Kingstree, South Carolina — In a surprising announcement this week, federal authorities linked a Santa Rosa man to a plot to site visitors marijuana throughout the nation that allegedly ended with the premeditated killing of a well-liked postal employee, allegedly by two South Carolina residents.

Ricky Jesus Barajas, 28, of Santa Rosa, was arrested close to his house final week and is being extradited to South Carolina to face federal marijuana distribution costs, in keeping with courtroom information. The U.S. Division of Justice introduced Wednesday that Barajas was one in all three suspects indicted on costs associated to the killing of Irene Pressley, 64, a postal employee in Andrews, South Carolina.

Trevor Raekwon Seward, 22, and Jerome Terrell Davis, 28, each of Andrews, face costs of capturing Pressley to steal a package deal of marijuana from her supply truck. They have been already going through state costs associated to the crime on the time of the federal indictment, authorities mentioned.

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