Friday, December 18, 2009
Okay, so my mom ordered a package from online. It was delivered by Fedex, according to her website, but we didn't have anything on our porch. We called them, and they told us that it had been delivered, so someone must have stolen it. The woman at Fedex said that she would call the driver and ask him exactly where he put the package when he left it at our house. It turns out, one day later when they finally returned our call, that he dropped it off at someone's house on the other side of the road, a few houses down. My mom went over to his house to kindly inquire about the package, and the man said he did remember receiving a package that wasn't addressed to their family, but it wasn't there. He told us that his wife had taken it to work with her that day, so he couldn't give it to us. But he would call us when she brought it home, surely.
He hasn't called us yet, so I am wondering if I should still go over there. If he has opened the package I am sure he will realize it's nothing he would be interested in... it's a Christmas gift for my 15 year old sister. It's necklaces made out of guitar picks... not worth a lot of money, and not something he should really be trying to steal from us. Should I mention to him that withholding and opening mail not addressed to you is a felony?
What should I do?