A Postal Service worker from Roxbury who is accused of stealing at least two iPhones from postal packages had his bail revoked Thursday after questions surfaced about his identity, according to a court filing. The defendant — initially identified as Louis Dozier, 55 — said Thursday during a hearing in federal court in Boston that his true name is Mark Dozier, according to a case docket entry. A judge remanded him to federal custody because authorities are trying to determine if he was required to register as a sex offender in light of the name Mark Dozier, a spokeswoman for the US attorney’s office in Boston said.
Suspect in iPhone thefts has his bail revoked
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