Two men convicted in the death of South Florida postal carrier Bruce Parton were sentenced Friday.
A Miami-Dade jury found a man guilty on 14 counts related to the death of postal carrier Bruce Parton as he delivered mail in December 2010.
South Florida postal workers can breathe a sigh of relief after learning three arrests have been made in connection with a recent string of postal worker robberies that officials now say are unrelated.
A break in the case of three postal workers attacked on the job has reportedly led to the arrest of two suspects.
For the third time in less than two weeks, a postal worker has been attacked and robbed while making their rounds in north Miami.
Two men were charged with robbery homicide in the case of a South Florida postal worker who was killed on the job last December.
There’s been a major increase in the reward being offered in the case of a murdered South Florida mailman.
The daughter of a beloved postal carrier who was gunned down while delivering mail on December 6th is pleading for the public’s help and asking that “anyone who knows anything about this crime” call the authorities.
Bruce Parton, the U.S. Postal Service worker who was shot to death Monday was laid to rest Saturday, his funeral being held at a church in Pembroke Pines.
A $25 thousand reward is being offered by the U.S. Postal Service to anyone who can help lead police to the person who shot and killed a mail carrier on Monday.