Federal grand jury indicts 3 for murder, drug trafficking in S.C. postal worker’s death

A federal grand jury has returned indictments against three people for the 2019 killing of a South Carolina postal worker.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for South Carolina and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service announced the six count indictment Wednesday, nearly a year after the murder of Irene Pressley.

Pressley, 64, was a mail carrier who was found shot to death Sept. 23, 2019, inside her vehicle along her mail route in rural Williamsburg County.

Alleged killers Trevor Raekwon Seward and Jerome Terrell Davis reportedly shot Pressley multiple times with an AR-15 rifle in an attempt to steal a package containing marijuana.


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