Reniece Tatum said she can’t believe a Post Office mail carrier allegedly stole a check intended to help kids with cancer.
Reniece Tatum said she can’t believe a Post Office mail carrier allegedly stole a check intended to help kids with cancer. Screenshot from ‘Dream a Wig’ on YouTube
Reniece Tatum said she can’t believe a Post Office mail carrier allegedly stole a check intended to help kids with cancer. Screenshot from ‘Dream a Wig’ on YouTube

She held a fundraiser for kids with cancer — but a mail carrier stole the check, cops say

December 01, 2017 09:31 AM

UPDATED December 01, 2017 09:58 AM

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