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Thomas Greschner. (Miller County Sheriff's Office)

BRUMLEY, Mo. – A postal carrier in central Missouri was arrested last week before Christmas amid suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

According to a spokesperson for the Miller County Sheriff’s Office, deputies received a report on December 22 that a carrier was out delivering mail while drunk. A deputy found the mail carrier, identified as Thomas Greschner of Brumley, on his delivery route and conducted a traffic stop.

Greschner, 49, was taken into custody and later charged with misdemeanor DWI. He was released with a court summons for a later date.

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