Prison sentence for man who punched NY letter carrier

RICHARD S. HARTUNIAN, United States Attorney for the Northern District of New York, announced that EMMANUEL C. CLOTHAKIS, JR., age 57, of Sherrill, New York, was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Syracuse to serve a 41 month term of imprisonment and three years of supervised release following his guilty plea to an assault on a U.S. Postal letter carrier in the City of Oneida on March 19, 2011. Clothakis pled guilty to punching the letter carrier in the face as he
delivered mail to the Access Federal Credit Union in the City of Oneida, New York. The letter carrier sustained a fractured nose as the result of the assault.

  • no name

    as part of hi reabilitation he will have work release job as a 204b

  • Jonah Rochette

    Basically a good article, things people don’t necessarily know that might help carriers do their jobs better and be understood. Except for the tips part, that’s mostly in the past and really exists only on business routes. So many carriers rarely see their actual customers these days.