Postal Service in Bradford PA Cuts Off Mail Delivery to Entire Block Due to One Man

The U.S. Postal Service is refusing to deliver mail to an entire block of homes near Bradford.

13 households on South Avenue in Bradford Township have not had mail delivery for the past two weeks. The people who live in those homes have to drive 4 miles to the Bradford Post Office to personally pick up their mail. That’s because the post office is afraid to send letter carriers down that street because of one individual.

This month, Richard Yovichin, 59, allegedly leaned into a Postal Service vehicle and threatened a letter carrier who delivers mail on that street. On April 11, the Postal Service informed the 13 households of the agency’s safety concerns.

A frustrated neighbor, Pat Gorman, does not understand why the Postal Service is not pursuing legal charges against Yovichin.

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  • Gerald Bostock

    Pat Gorman needs to know how badly the postal service is mismanaged. Pat would then understand the postal service’s M.O.