CHICAGO (AP) — A former UPS Inc. worker accused of rerouting mail meant for the shipping company’s Atlanta headquarters to his small Chicago apartment has pleaded guilty to mail fraud.

Dushaun Henderson-Spruce entered into a plea agreement Tuesday in federal court. The agreement calls for the repayment of the nearly $59,000 he admitted stealing from mail intended for the company.

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Henderson-Spruce was accused of submitting a U.S. Postal Service form in October 2017 to change the address of the company’s headquarters from Atlanta to his one-bedroom garden apartment.

Court records allege a UPS security coordinator discovered the change and postal inspectors retrieved about 3,000 pieces of mail from the apartment.

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The charges alleged more than 10 checks addressed to UPS were deposited into Henderson-Spruce’s account.

Henderson-Spruce is scheduled to be sentenced March 22.

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