Kingstree, South Carolina: The U.S. Attorney for the District of Carolina held a press release today with Atlanta Division Inspector in Charge Tommy Coke and Williamsburg County (SC) Sheriff Stephen R. Gardner, announcing federal indictments that were issued on September 1, 2020 for the September 2019 murder of Andrews, SC letter carrier Irene Pressley. Trevor Raekwon Seward, 22, and Jerome Terrell Davis, both of Andrews, were indicted on six counts related to Pressley’s homicide. A third defendant, Ricky Jesus Barajas, 28, of Santa Rosa, California, was also charged for his role in a drug conspiracy with Seward and Davis. The indictments follow an exhaustive investigation that included over 70 Postal Inspectors and other Inspection Service personnel from across the country who responded to South Carolina in the early stages of the investigation to work closely with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED), the Williamsburg County Sheriff’s Office and many other local agencies.
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