Video: Boston man upset over late mail accused of threatening postal workers

BOSTON – A man who was upset about his mail being late allegedly threatened post office employees with a tape cutter Friday.

Police said Saleem Anderson went into the post office on Harvard Avenue in Allston to complain about his mail delivery. Things escalated, and Anderson allegedly threatened workers with a tape cutter and then smashed a receipt printer on the ground.

Employees called 911 and Anderson was arrested.

While Anderson was in the back of the cruiser after his arrest, police said he started hitting his head off the barriers and kicking the barricade glass. He also allegedly screamed, “I’ll get you b****** now!”

An officer used his body camera to record Anderson’s action, and did inform him he was being recorded. At that point, he instead began making demands while called the officers obscenities, said police. Read more at Fox 25 Boston

One Response to "Video: Boston man upset over late mail accused of threatening postal workers"

  1. Kate   June 20, 2017 at 6:51 am

    Who’s that good looking guy behind the counter?

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