The Democrat-controlled city of Santa Monica will no longer be able to receive their mail.
In a recent announcement, the United States Postal Service has decided to longer deliver mail to Santa Monica California.
According to the USPS, the reason behind the recent suspension of mail to Santa Monica is because “multiple carriers have been subjected to assaults and threats of assault”.
There is no word when mail will be unsuspended but maybe next time the Democrat residents of Santa Monica will think twice before they vote for politicians who want to de-fund the police.
USPS has suspended mail service in parts of Santa Monica, CA because the mailmen kept getting assaulted and attacked. They say it’s not safe for people to be delivering mail. Unreal. California is a hellhole. pic.twitter.com/q97kYYTT1s
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) April 11, 2022
USPS Suspends Service in Santa Monica Neighborhood Over Someone in the Area Assaulting and Threatening Mail Carriershttps://t.co/6MB6oaITFJ pic.twitter.com/37O5cG9uQS
— BallerAlert (@balleralert) April 13, 2022
KTLA had more on the story:
The U.S. Postal Service is temporarily suspending services in a Santa Monica neighborhood after multiple attacks on its mail carriers, the agency said Monday.
There have been three incidents in the 1300 block of 14th Street in Santa Monica involving three separate letter carriers, USPS spokeswoman Natashi Garvins told KTLA.
“Multiple carriers have been subjected to assaults and threats of assault from an individual who has not been located or apprehended,” letters from USPS posted in the neighborhood read.
A Santa Monica Police Department lieutenant told KTLA the agency only found one crime report involving a USPS letter carrier in the 1300 block of 14th Street.
The incident, which was reported on Jan. 19, involved a resident who assaulted a USPS mail carrier with a broomstick, according to Santa Monica Police Lt. Erika Aklufi. The victim sustained a minor injury to his arm and did not require medical attention.
The resident lives in the area and “is known to our officers and also to the mail carrier he attacked,” Aklufi said in an email. The mail carrier declined prosecution for the incident, according to police.
A block in Santa Monica will not receive any mail from the United States Postal Service (USPS) for the time being after the federally-operated mail carrier chose to suspend service there due to multiple attacks and threats against several of its carriers.https://t.co/ZBjZ98Qxeo
— BakersfieldNow (@bakersfieldnow) April 13, 2022
Fox 11 News shared these details:
Mail service has resumed in a Santa Monica neighborhood after delivery was temporarily paused amid an investigation into assaults on several mail carriers, the United States Postal Service confirmed.
One man believed to be responsible for at least one assault on a mail carrier in a Santa Monica neighborhood located in the 1300 block of 14th Street, was arrested back in January, police said Tuesday.
“Conditions on the route will be reviewed continuously to ensure the safety of our employees. Our continuous, reliable service is a hallmark of USPS and we appreciate the understanding and support we’ve received from the Santa Monica community while we navigate this issue.” USPS said in a statement.