Authorities: Convicted Olmsted County mail thief strikes again

Angela Clemens Photo: Olmsted County Adult Detention Center. Angela Clemens

Updated: November 13, 2019 11:50 AM
Created: November 13, 2019 10:07 AM

(ABC 6 News) -- Angela Clemens is facing another mail theft charge after allegedly stealing video games and trying to sell them on Craigslist. 

According to Olmsted County Sergeant Jim Scheuller, a man who lives in the area of 18 Ave NW and Chippewa Dr. in Rochester got suspicious when a package he sent didn't get delivered to the intended recipient. The man works on video games and sent two of them to a client. The client never got them. 


The man started doing some digging and found the custom video games posted for sale on Craigslist. He called authorities. 

An Olmsted County Sheriff's Detective set up a "buy" with Clemens, but first got a warrant for her home, her car and herself. When they made contact with Clemens, Sgt. Schueller said authorities found some methamphetamine on her. 

On Friday, November 8, authorities searched Clemens' home on the 200 block of 10 Ave SE and said they found the two video games. 

As we've reported, Clemens has prior felony convictions for mail theft and has been involved in cases with both the Rochester Police Department and the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office. 

Here are links to previous stories ABC 6 has done involving Clemens: 

Woman Arrested for Allegedly Stealing Mail... Again

RPD: Alleged Package Thief Could Face More Charges

Clemens is facing another mail theft charge as well as a 5th-degree controlled substance charge. 

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