By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The former postmaster in Blackstone and Jefferson, Massachusetts is sentenced for stealing approximately 31-thousand dollars from the U.S. Postal Service. 36-year old Carlitos Molina was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Worcester, to two-years of probation with the first six-months to be served in home confinement and he was ordered to pay restitution. Molina pleaded guilty in April to one-count of misappropriating postal funds. As Postmaster in Blackstone, he stole 65-postal money orders and used them to obtain cash for personal use. When confronted by supervisors, Molina lied and stated he had used certain money orders to pay for repairs at the post office facility.