Man Pleads Guilty To Making Fake Postage Stamps

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Prior Lake man pleaded guilty Monday to making counterfeit postage stamps.

Thirty-one-year-old Andre George Mehilove pleaded guilty to one count of counterfeiting postage stamps in St. Paul.

In his plea agreement, Mehilove admitted creating the fake stamps using his computer and printer from August 2006 to April 2009. The stamps were copies of postage meter stamps, which he purchased online.

Mehilove also admitted that he used the fake stamps to mail items and sold the stamps online.

Mehilove faces a potential maximum penalty of five years in prison, if convicted.

Comments

One Comment

  1. Bright bulb? says:

    when ya broke ya broke I guess
    Not the most profitable biz IMO but hey

  2. Rags says:

    Another fine immigrant trying to get ahead by theft.

    1. You tell 'em!! says:

      Not like all our upstanding, home-grown non-immigrant thieves.

      Oh wait. It’s not an article about Wall Street and the Bankers??

      Never mind!!!

  3. olaf says:

    was it worth it you dumb a**

  4. karl says:

    talk about the time not fitting the crime. I guess you don’t mess with the post office union profits

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