Syracuse Man Accused Of Threatening, Trying To Hurt Postal Worker

Syracuse, N.Y. - A Syracuse man is in trouble with the law after being accused of threatening and trying to hurt a postal worker.

The United States Attorney's Office says 58-year-old Daniel Trammell walked into the Franklin Square Station Post Office April 21st and threatened to shoot his former mail carrier. He later attempted to choke that individual.

Trammell could spend eight years in prison if convicted.

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