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A South Carolina man was arrested in a U.S. Postal Service employee’s murder on an e-mail trail

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A 22-year-old South Carolina man has been charged with the killing of a U. s. Postal Service employee who, on its delivery route, and when she was shot and killed.

Trevor Seward, was on Saturday arrested and charged with the murder of 64-year-old Irene Pressley on Monday in Andrews, S. C., according to the report. She was shot several times in her truck while working on her mail route.

Mourners burst into cheers when they heard about the arrest of Pressley’s funeral on Saturday, WCSC-TV reported.

US POSTAL WORKER, 64, SHOT TO DEATH IN SOUTH CAROLINA, AND AT THE SAME TIME ‘ON THE ROAD’: REPORT

Mugshot for Trevor Seward on 22.
(Williamsburg County Sheriff’s Office)

“She was in the post office, mother,” Postmaster, Sharon Cameron, according to the station. “We’re keeping her in the photo, as you can see. And we will honor her in this post now, and always will be.”

The local media reported, of Seward, was arrested on a state murder charge. It is also a federal crime to kill a postal worker, is punishable by the death penalty.

It was the fingerprint located on a part of the e-mail, the researchers said, is bound Seward to get to the crime scene, WCIV-TV reported.

The arrest warrant says the forensic examination established that the fingerprint belonged to Seward, the station reported.

SUSPECT, 17, ARRESTED IN SHOOTING DEATH OF U.S. POSTAL SERVICE MAIL CARRIER, AN ARMY VET

The warrants also say investigators believe the Seward scot Pressley, multiple times with a semi-automatic weapon, the station reported.

A witness is reported to be the view of Seward, with an AR-15 type weapon for a short period of time before Pressley was killed, according to the station.

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Seward was sentenced to probation, under South Carolina’s Youthful Offender Act for a 2016 break-in convictions, WCIV reported.

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