Postal worker accused of armed threat gets chance to clear record

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8/29/2017 A U.S. Postal Service worker charged with threatening her boss with a steak knife after being told she was suspended will have a chance to clear her criminal record

On Tuesday, the 59-year-old Keifer was accepted into a first-time offender program known as accelerated rehabilitative disposition, or ARD. If Keifer meets all the program requirements, including no new criminal charges, her record will be expunged after one year.

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A U.S. Postal Service worker threatened her boss with a steak knife after being told she was suspended, Emmaus police said.

Karen Ann Keifer, of the 5900 block of Emmaus Road in the borough, was charged with Tuesday simple assault and making terroristic threats.

The 59-year-old Keifer was sent to Lehigh County Jail in lieu of $25,000 bail.

Kiefer was told she was suspended, police said, and she promptly grabbed a steak knife off of Estella’s desk. Keifer raised the knife and pointed it at Estrella’s chest from about one foot away, police said

source: Postal worker threatens boss with steak knife, police say

Last year, Two U.S. Postal Service supervisors exchanged blows at a Lehigh County facility after one called the other a “lazy bitch,” according to Pennsylvania State Police.
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    • Why are you jumping right to it being the employees fault? MISS hide behind a screen name MGMT minion??

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