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Concord postmaster charged with sex offenses

CONCORD ó Police charged the Concord postmaster Tuesday with committing sex offenses against a female employee.
Keith Allen Fraley, 52, of 608 Gatsby Place N.W., faces charges of second-degree sexual offense and second-degree kidnapping.
The crimes are alleged to have occurred May 17 at the post office on McCachern Boulevard in downtown Concord, a press release from the Concord Police Department said.
The employee reportedly told authorities that Fraley held her against her will while they were working at the post office.
A 25-year U.S. Postal Service employee, Fraley has been postmaster at the McCachern Boulevard post office since 1999.
Fraley was released from the Cabarrus County jail after posting $20,000 bond. He is due to make a first appearance in court today.
Police and the U.S. Postal Inspector’s Office investigated the case.

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