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In August 1919, Mark Maxwell worked for the railway division of the US Postal Service when he embezzled $9,000 from registered banking deposits bound for the Federal Reserve. Stationed in Mansfield, Washington, Maxwell tried to evade capture by traveling across the country to New York City. Distancing himself from the crime didn’t help and the twenty-two-year-old was identified, captured, and extradited back to Washington where he stood trial and was sentenced to serve four years in prison.
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