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Couple says they caught delivery driver dumping packages in Warren County


A trip home from the holiday season has been halted for one family. Tristen Raisch and Zachary Armwine say they stumbled upon something strange: a delivery driver whose destination was not what you thought it would be. drove to the next road and we turned around and waited until he had stopped so stopped and popped out and when I got out there were a lot of boxes laid out,” said Armwine. goods were thrown on the side of the road.” I mean there’s flowers, somebody’s flowers, like that broke my heart, because it could be for anything, funeral flowers. Uh flowers, Thirty-one, expensive, Pioneer Woman pots and pans,” Raisch said. With the phone numbers and addresses on the packages, the couple decided to jump into action. From Miamisburg to Germantown to Middletown, they drove for a few hours to make sure the packages were in the right hands. never – should have been delivered – that we didn’t find. Why didn’t they call the police?” We thought that if we called the police, it would go to the post office and it would lie there and no one would be able to get it, so we decided to pick it up ourselves and deliver it. ourselves,” said Armwine. The couple said that the people they ship to have called the delivery company to complain, but they are worried the driver may strike again. “I hope they will be arrested because this time of year is wrong,” Armwine said. WLWT did not name the delivery company, but we have also reached out to the company for comment on this story and they have not responded.

A trip home from the holiday season has been halted for one family.

Tristen Raisch and Zachary Armwine say they stumbled upon something strange: a delivery driver whose destination was not what you thought it would be.

“He left the door open and we did a little horrible thing to him. He was throwing boxes out, so we drove to the next road and we turned and waited until we got to the next road. when he pulled over, stopped and hit a [U-turn] and when I went out, there were a lot of boxes on display,” Armwine said.

Many packages were thrown on the roadside.

“I mean there’s flowers, somebody’s flowers, like that broke my heart, because it could be for anything, funeral flowers. Uh flowers, Thirty-one, expensive, Pioneer Woman pots and pans,” Raisch said.

With the phone numbers and addresses on the packages, the couple decided to get into action.

From Miamisburg to Germantown to Middletown, they drove for several hours to make sure packages were in the right hands.

“Pioneer Woman pots and pans, the owner said he ordered $300 worth of tools that he never — should have been delivered — that we couldn’t find,” says Raisch. .

Why didn’t they call the police?

“We thought if we called the police, it would go to the post office and it would lie there and no one would be able to pick it up, so we decided to pick it up and deliver it ourselves,” Armwine said.

The couple say that everyone they deliver has called the delivery company to complain, but they are worried the driver may strike again.

“I hope they get caught because it’s wrong at this time of year,” Armwine said.

WLWT did not name the delivery company, but we have also reached out to the company for comment on this story and they have not yet responded.

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