A Lowell postal worker was sentenced in Boston federal court Wednesday after attempting to bribe their boss to get them to participate in a cocaine trafficking scheme.
John Noviello, 61, of Nashua N.H. was sentenced to one day in prison and three years of supervised release for offering to pay his boss $1,750 per kilogram of successfully delivered cocaine, according to the United States Attorney’s Office of Massachusetts.
The Attorney’s Office says Noviello approached his boss in February 2022, asking for help diverting packages suspected of containing cocaine and offered a large sum of money. Two days later, Noviello allegedly left an envelope containing $850 in the supervisor’s vehicle.
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