Granted this is only one neighborhood and the police know the identification of the principle offender, but when he’s committing crimes in opposition to postal staff, why can’t he be arrested and brought off the road?
America Postal Service has suspended its companies for one block of residents in a Santa Monica neighborhood, after a number of reported assaults passed off on carriers delivering mail within the space.
A report was filed again on Jan. 19 for an incident that occurred within the early night, when a mail service was attacked by a resident who lives close to the intersection of 14th Avenue and Arizona Avenue. . . .
Residents within the space had been delivered notices from USPS, disclosing that “supply service is hereby suspended to all addresses situated on the 13-hundred block of 14th road.”
As anticipated, owners within the space are greater than upset, particularly for the reason that actions of only one individual appear to have put all of them at a loss.
“My quick response was simply disappointment… frustration,” stated Courtney Smith.
The discover continued to state that “a number of carriers have been subjected to assaults and threats of assault from a person who has not been situated or apprehended.”
CBS reporters reached out to Santa Monica police, the place they realized that just one assault has been formally reported, and even then the sufferer declined to have the case prosecuted. . . .
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