WDIV: Ex-Ann Arbor postal supervisor gets prison for accepting prostitutes, erectile dysfunction pills as bribes
The man who oversaw operations at the U.S. Postal Service’s Vehicle Maintenance Facility in Ann Arbor was sentenced Tuesday to a year in prison for accepting bribes, including erectile dysfunction pills, prostitutes and lap dances, Detroit television station WDIV reported.
Bruce Plumb was convicted of taking between $10,000 and $30,000 in bribes from the owner of Metro Diesel, the station reported. In exchange, Plumb helped Metro Diesel get more than $13 million for repair work on postal vehicles, according to the report. For those indulgences, he’ll serve a year in prison and pay a $4,000 fine.
Three other people have been charged in the case, including Gregory Gorski, who served as the acting manager of the Ann Arbor vehicle maintenance facility.