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CrimeMan charged with trying to kill mail carrier

20:15  15 may  2019
20:15  15 may  2019 Source:   kare11.com

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CHICAGO — An Elk Grove Village man has been indicted in federal court on charges he tried to kill a postal carrier on New Year’s Eve. According to the complaint, the mail carrier had recently completed a delivery in the 200 block of West Brantwood Avenue when Ruebusch approached the

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Man charged with trying to kill mail carrier© St. Louis County Jail Alan Birt is accused of running his pickup into a mail carrier's truck at approximately 80 mph because he was angry with the postal service.

An Iron Range man is charged with assault after police say he tried to kill a U.S. Mail carrier by crashing into her truck at a high rate of speed.

A criminal complaint details how witnesses say 56-year-old Alan Lynn Birt of Bovey rammed the carrier with a brand new 3/4 ton pickup with its "pedal to the floor" on May 8, estimating he hit the mail truck at approximately 80 mph. The carrier was ejected from the truck, throwing her onto the roadway.

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An Elk Grove Village man has been charged with trying to kill a U.S. Postal Service worker who was delivering mail in the western suburb on New Year’s Eve. The mail carrier had just completed a delivery about 6 p. m . on Dec. 31, 2018, in the 200 block of West Brantwood Avenue when Ruebusch

- An Elk Grove Village man has been charged with trying to kill a U.S. Postal Service worker who was delivering mail in the western suburb on New Year's Eve. The mail carrier had just completed a delivery about 6 p. m . on Dec. 31, 2018, in the 200 block of West Brantwood Avenue when Ruebusch

When authorities got to the scene Birt was described as yelling and ranting in a nearby field. He was uncooperative, and officers had to use a taser on him. Even after he was tased it took four officers to take him into custody.

Investigators spoke with Birt, who reportedly told them he was upset with the U.S. Postal Service, knew there was a carrier in the truck and purposely used his truck to crash into the mail truck. While at the hospital he was asked if he remembered anything about the crash. "Yeah, I killed that f#@%ing useless mail carrier," he was quoted as saying. When officers told him he didn't kill her, Birt was said to have responded "Well, someone should."

The 55-year-old carrier was rushed to a local hospital with a life-threatening skull fracture and four broken ribs.

If found guilty of first degree assault Alan Birt faces the possibility of a 20-year prison sentence.

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