On Friday, a US Postal Service employee accused of stabbing a supervisor in the back of the head at a Carmel Mountain Ranch mail facility was charged with assault on a federal employee.
US Postal Service Employee Accused of Stabbing His Supervisor
Edwin Cuadrado Jr., 37, is accused of assaulting the victim in the parking area of a US Postal Service mail processing and delivery plant on Rancho Carmel Drive on August 25. According to a criminal complaint filed in federal court in San Diego, the stabbing was the result of an earlier altercation between Cuadrado and a US Postal Service supervisor at a gas station. Cuadrado then drove his US Postal Service vehicle into the US Postal Service distribution facility’s main employee parking area.
That supervisor, along with two others, then attempted to speak with Cuadrado about the earlier altercation. Cuadrado then drove his USPS vehicle into the USPS distribution facility’s main employee parking area. According to the US, Cuadrado allegedly retaliated by pulling out a knife and stabbing one of the supervisors before fleeing the scene. Southern District of California Attorney’s Office. The victim was taken to the hospital and treated for a laceration. Cuadrado remained at large until he was apprehended by investigators on August 30, according to the U.S. According to Attorney’s Office.