Texas Postal Workers District Official Sentenced for Theft

APWU logoOn August 4, Eddie De Hoyos, former district vice president for the American Postal Workers Union, Texas State Association, was ordered in the 187th District Court for Bexar County, Texas to serve up to 180 days in prison, five years of probation and 150 hours of community service for theft from the McAllen, Tex.-based labor organization. De Hoyos also will have to pay $15,761.21 in restitution, plus court fees totaling $1,793, an administrative fee of $60 a month and a one-time crime stoppers fee of $50. The sentencing follows an investigation by the Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.