Postal Worker placed on psychiatric hold after allegedly making threats against supervisor

paloalto6/15/2016 Palo Alto, CA A postal worker was placed in a psychiatric hold at the East Bayshore Road post office in East Palo Alto early Wednesday morning after making threats against his supervisor, police said.

The confrontation started at about 9:09 a.m. in the employee parking lot behind the post office, located at 2085 East Bayshore Road, according to police. Workers notified police of the incident.

The man, who is in his 30s, allegedly used the expression, “I’m locked and loaded,” police Sgt. Wayne Benitez said, adding that the man may have some “underlying medical issue.”

Because of the man’s mental state and the presence of patrons at the post office, as well as a school nearby, police officers acted “quick and efficient in de-escalating the situation,” Benitez said.

Postal worker taken to hospital after allegedly making threats

3 thoughts on “Postal Worker placed on psychiatric hold after allegedly making threats against supervisor

  1. This is also the fault fault of the craft unions because they do not do anything for the workers. If these unions were real unions like the teamsters or CWA these situations would never happen!

  2. just another day in the life of the US Postal Circus. instead of clowns we have power mad stupidvisors and mismanagers…….this guy will get his day in court and the truth will come out. stupidvisor went a bridge to far…..as is always the case at the PO.

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