Delivery driver charged with stealing Amazon boxes

A New Jersey delivery truck driver has been charged with stealing Amazon packages.

Late in November, 24 Amazon packages were found on Fawn Hill Drive in Harding Township. Approximately half of the packages were rummaged through and contents were stolen.

Police in Harding Township say Trey Johnson, of Woodbridge, was driving for a third-party delivery company called Prime EFS.  They say he rummaged through the boxes and stole $1,974.27 worth of products.

Police worked with Amazon Regional Loss Prevention on the case.

Johnson, 31, is charged with 3rd degree theft of movable property and was then released.  It was unclear if he had a lawyer.

Last week, police in Keansburg, N.J. charged a delivery driver with theft after surveillance video allegedly showed him delivering a package to a home and coming back to steal several others.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.