Postal supervisors were bribed with prostitutes, cash and cars, indictment alleges
Two supervisors at a U.S. Postal Service facility in Ann Arbor are among five people indicted by a federal grand jury in Detroit on charges alleging they got erectile dysfunction drugs, strip club lap dances, cash and cars, The Detroit Free Press reported.
The supervisors in Michigan and Ohio are accused of steering more than $13 million in work to an unnamed contractor in exchange for the bribes, the Free Press reported.
The contractor supplied Bruce Plumb, who oversaw operations at the Postal Service's Vehicle Maintenance Facility in Ann Arbor, with prostitutes on a weekly basis and also gave him erectile dysfunction drugs, the indictment alleges.
The contractor also bought Plumb drinks and lap dances at the Toy Chest strip club in Detroit and paid for $8,000 worth of repairs on a truck owned by his grandson and $3,000 for a brick paver patio to be installed at Plumb's house, the indictment charges. Plumb, 61, of Brownstown, supervised the facility in Ann Arbor from May 2006 to December 2010, according to the indictment.
Gregory Gorski, who worked as an acting manager of the Ann Arbor vehicle maintenance facility, accepted cash, gift cards, a minivan, thousands of dollars in vehicle repairs and tickets to Detroit Pistons, Detroit Lions and University of Michigan football games from the contractor, the indictment alleges. Gorski, 47, of Canton, was acting manager at the facility from September 2009 to October 2010.
In return, Plumb and Gorski directed repair and maintenance work on Postal Service vehicles to the contractor, the indictment charges.
Also indicted were Denny Robinson, 35, of Brownstown Township; Jeffery Adams, 50, of Copley, Ohio; and Mancer Holmes, 49, of Farmington Hills.