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Ex-House Post Office Official Pleads Guilty

May 20, 1992| Associated Press

WASHINGTON — A former House post office supervisor pleaded guilty Tuesday to possessing cocaine and conspiring to cover up embezzlement at the post office.

Dorothea Niki Risenhoover, 33, of Alexandria, Va., admitted conspiring to cover up missing stamps and money from the stamp drawer of post office clerk Wendell Magruder.

Risenhoover also admitted possessing cocaine around May, 1990. Prosecutor Thomas J. Motley said she agreed to cover up Magruder's alleged embezzlement in exchange for his agreement not to reveal that she had been using cocaine and marijuana he had supplied.

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