Postal worker’s murder: Letter Carriers Association pushes back against details in court documents

Kevin McCaa and Charles Duckworth Jr. are accused of murdering Cross, and another person was accused of providing false information to law enforcement officers. The criminal complaint was filed last week by the United States Postal Inspection Service.

However, the National Letter Carriers Association (NLAC) Milwaukee Branch 2 is pushing back against some of the details in those court documents.

The criminal complaint alleges that 13 suspected drug-laden packages have been sent to addresses associated with McCaa and Duckworth since July 2022.

One week before Cross was murdered, he allegedly scanned one of those packages as “Delivery Attempted — No Access to Delivery Location.” The criminal complaint said that the scan was made more than a mile away from the address it was intended for.

CONTINUE READING AT » Postal worker's murder
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments