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San Diego USPS Employee Convicted of Assault for Stabbing Supervisor in Head

March 5, 2024

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A U.S. Postal Service employee who stabbed a supervisor in the head at a Carmel Mountain Ranch mail facility has been convicted of assault on a federal employee.

Prosecutors say Edwin Cuadrado Jr. attacked the victim on Aug. 25 in the parking lot of a USPS mail processing and distribution facility on Rancho Carmel Drive.

A San Diego federal jury returned its verdict on Friday afternoon, finding Cuadrado guilty of assault on a federal employee. Jurors were also asked to weigh whether Cuadrado might be not guilty by reason of insanity, but did not find he was legally insane at the time of the stabbing.

According to the prosecution’s trial brief, the stabbing arose from an earlier altercation between Cuadrado and a USPS supervisor at a gas station.

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