Kelly Lynne McCormick Pleads Guilty To Assaulting a Worker

Kelly Lynne McCormick Pleads Guilty To Assaulting a Worker

South Carolina Woman, Kelly Lynne McCormick Pleads Guilty To Assaulting A Postal Worker

MACON, GA (STL.News) A Charleston, South Carolina, woman is facing a maximum eight years in prison for attacking a postal worker, said Peter D. Leary, the Acting U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia.

Kelly Lynne McCormick, 33, of Charleston, formerly of Bonaire, Georgia, pleaded guilty to one count assault on a federal employee before U.S. District Judge Tilman E. “Tripp” Self, III. McCormick faces a maximum eight years in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release, and a $250,000 fine.  Sentencing is scheduled for April 6.

On April 23, 2019, a female United States Postal Service (USPS) employee was on duty delivering mail at the Exxon convenience store at 4290 Dellwood Avenue in Macon.  After parking her USPS vehicle in front of the store and delivering mail to the store clerk, the USPS employee received consent from the clerk to use the store’s bathroom.  The USPS employee was given the key to the bathroom and went inside.  A clearly intoxicated female, later identified as McCormick, was pacing back and forth outside the bathroom occupied by the USPS employee.

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