Two men and a women went postal on an on- duty USPS worker in Staten Island — and then got away in a Jaguar sedan after the beatdown police said. Check out the wild video below.
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The 47-year-old USPS worker was on Guyon Avenue near N Railroad Avenue in Oakwood Heights around 2:20 p.m. April 7 when two men and a woman began arguing with him, cops said Wednesday night.
The argument turned physical when both suspects began to pummel the victim before taking off in a dark-colored Jaguar, police said.
The victim was taken to Staten Island University Hospital North in stable condition. Cops did not have any details on what sparked the dispute.
All of the suspects, shown in surveillance photos released by police, are described as between 22 and 26 years old. One of the men is about 5-foot-8 and 120 pounds, last seen wearing a black tank top and red pants.
The other male suspect is also around 5-foot-8, 115 pounds and was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and dark-colored jeans. The woman is about 5-foot-6, 180 pounds and was last seen wearing a red shirt and light-colored pants.
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In another shocking incident, a USPS worker in Michigan was viciously attacked by two enraged women — as an onlooker accused them of trying to steal stimulus checks in the mail carrier’s van, video shows.
But the law enforcement branch of the US Postal Service says there’s “no indication” Thursday’s attack at River Village Apartments in Flint was related to so-called economic impact payments.
The wild footage shows two women repeatedly hitting and punching a USPS worker while she is on the ground. The female worker tries to fight back as her hair is violently yanked — while one of the women accuses the mail carrier of striking her first, the clip shows.
“You hit me first!” the woman screeches. “You hit me first!”
The bystander recording the footage, which went viral on social media, can then be heard claiming the two women were after the postal worker’s stimulus checks in her dented van.
“Bro, y’all hit the mailman!” the man says. “They tryin’ to get that stimulus … this s–t is serious!”
Another onlooker is also heard saying “y’all going to jail,” according to the chaotic clip.
One woman has since been arrested in the attack, Flint police told The Post Friday. However, Detective Sgt. Tyrone Booth declined to identify the suspect until she was arraigned.
Booth also declined to say what motivated the alleged assault, including whether stimulus checks had anything to do with the incident.
“We are investigating an assault incident that involved a United States postal worker,” Booth said. “An arrest was made and we’re seeking additional warrants for an additional arrest.”
Detectives are reviewing the footage as part of the ongoing investigation, Booth said.
“We heard the same thing you saw in the video,” he said.
The unidentified women sped off in an SUV after the alleged assault.
“They done hit this mail lady’s car and hopped out,” the man who filmed the attack says as the clip ended.
In a statement, the United States Postal Inspection Service said the “safety and well-being” of all USPS employees was a top priority while adding no evidence shows the caught-on-camera attack was somehow tied to stimulus checks.
“Postal Inspectors are aware of the incident involving a Postal Service employee,” the statement said. “There is no indication this incident was related to the disbursement of the Economic Impact Payments. The investigation is ongoing.”
Flint police said in a statement Friday afternoon they were working with the federal agency in its investigation. Arrest warrants for two suspects in the video will be handed over to the Genesee County Prosecutor’s Office Friday, police said.
The postal worker, meanwhile, has recovered, police said. “She is fine,” Booth said Friday.