Fired Missouri postal worker gets probation for threatening former supervisor

US-Department-Of-Justi_fmtFrom the St Louis Post-Dispatch:

ST. LOUIS • A man from St. Peters was sentenced Wednesday in federal court here to three years of probation for intimidating a former supervisor at the St. Charles post office.

Alan R. Jung, 44, was terminated from the St. Charles post office in the summer of 2013 after not showing up to work. Jung didn’t show up because he believed people at work were poisoning him through his salt shaker, charging documents claim.

Three months later, on Oct. 2, 2013, Jung approached a former supervisor while she was eating lunch at a fast food restaurant and asked about a colleague that he blamed for the poisoning. Jung screamed that he would “get” the supervisor and “all of them,” and then elaborated that he was going to “come to the post office and kill all of them,” court documents claim.

A search of his apartment in St. Peters turned up several rifles, pistols and gun parts.

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  • retired too

    If the story is correct this former employee clearly has mental health issues which should be addressed. As far of threatening and intimidating a federal worker being a crime; there’d be a lot of postal supervisors in jail if this was truly adhered to.

  • trjnreb

    I agree with retired supervisors threaten every day

  • Gregg Grubbs

    Just remember Alan,salt increases your blood pressure,you moron!!

  • feeling shafted

    Totally agree with retired too. All the postal inspectors have to do is hang around the offices; there would be arrests reported from all over the country that postal supervisors intimidated and harassed federal employees. Mine would be one of them.