Man arrested after allegedly attacking postal worker in NW Miami-Dade

NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Police have arrested a man accused of attacking a postal worker on Christmas Eve in Northwest Miami-Dade.

Miami-Dade Police detectives said the victim was in her postal truck at the intersection of Northwest 27th Avenue and 43rd Terrace before noon, Tuesday.

According to police, she was getting ready for her next stop when 45-year-old Sosthene Louis, the alleged attacker, jumped through the open driver’s door. The incident was captured on a nearby surveillance camera.

Before the incident, a witness said Louis was sitting down in the middle of a nearby intersection.

Louis appeared in bond court on Wednesday.


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Florida is not abbreviated FLA. It’s suppose to be FL. Confused the crap out of me.

It used to be FLA when state codes were (3) letters – it was short for “Found and Lost Again” which pretty much describes the whole flippin’ STATE!

Chris, I gather you never heard the late Lou Reed’s, “A Walk on the Wild Side”.

It starts out, “Holly was from Miami FLA
Hitchhiked her was across the USA

Also, remember the “Arrive Alive”, license plates?….then somebody started selling “Arrive Stoned” license plates!!! LOL….the 70’s were crazy!!

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