SAN ANTONIO – A traffic stop in West Bexar County took an unexpected turn when deputies found drug paraphernalia and nearly 600 pieces of stolen mail in a vehicle.
Now, the driver and the front seat passenger are in custody on a string of charges.
According to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, deputies pulled over Rebecca Kosakowski, 34, and her front seat passenger Lenora Salas, 20, on July 27.
During a search of their vehicle, deputies found narcotics paraphernalia and over 580 pieces of mail that belonged to residents at a nearby apartment complex.
Kosakowski and Salas were detained by the sheriff’s office as the investigation furthered.
Authorities found that Salas had a handmade postmaster key around her neck and another key in the vehicle’s center console.
Deputies said Kosakowski was wanted for a parole violation out of Austin for “dangerous drugs.”
Both women were arrested on multiple charges, listed below, and are being held in the Bexar County Jail.
- Theft Mail ID Info =>50 addresses, 1st degree felony
- Engage in Organized Crime- Theft, 3rd degree felony
- Possession of Criminal Instrument, 3rd degree felony
- Theft Mail =10<30, state jail felony
Their total bond is set at $90,000.