St. Thomas, USVI – U.S. Attorney Gretchen C.F. Shappert announced that a St. Thomas woman pleaded guilty today to engaging in disorderly conduct on United States Postal Service property and was sentenced to two years’ probation.
According to court documents, Chantelle Grant retrieved a package from the Ottley Post Office in St. Thomas on June 22, 2021. As she was leaving the post office, she bumped into another woman, and then left the building. A few minutes later, Chantelle Grant returned to the building, ran towards the woman she had bumped into minutes before, and punched the woman in the face. She then exited the building again and drove off in a car.
The United States Postal Inspection Service investigated the case.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Adam Sleeper prosecuted the case.
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