After lying about running over a woman, a mail carrier is sentenced to probation

A Cherokee County postal worker was sentenced to three years of probation Thursday for backing over a woman with her mail truck and then lying to investigators about it.

Jaynie Underwood pleaded guilty to two charges in connection with the 2020 incident, which left a Woodstock-area woman hospitalized with a serious head injury.

Cherokee County deputies responded to a home along Coleman’s Bluff Drive on March 18, 2020, after receiving calls about a 60-year-old woman lying in the roadway.


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This kind of thing does not make the USPS look very good but every business has individuals who are bad.

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