Two men are facing federal murder charges in connection with the killing of a U.S. postal carrier who was shot and killed last year while delivering mail on her rural South Carolina route in Williamsburg County. A third man is facing drug charges related to the postal carrier’s murder. The new charges were announced Wednesday by U.S. Attorney Peter McCoy, who said that Andrews residents Trevor Raekwon Seward, 22, and Jerome Terrell Davis, 28, were charged in a six-count federal indictment for their direct roles in the killing of Irene Pressley — a 64-year-old mother and grandmother.
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