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Security detail for Mapp administration arrested by feds on drug offenses

Neal Chesterfield was apprehended at the Cyril E. King Airport on St Thomas, US Virgin Islands on Saturday September 3, 2016. Photo: VIC
VI CONSORTIUM

CHARLOTTE AMALIE, St Thomas, USVI- A former [U.S.] V.I. Port Authority officer and current Kenneth E. Mapp administration security detail, serving as a security guard for Juel Molloy, was apprehended at the Cyril E. King Airport on St Thomas, US Virgin Islands on Saturday September 3, 2016, multiple sources with knowledge of the incident have told this publication.

A veritable federal source, who’s made available breaking information to The Consortium in the past, verified the info, telling us that Neal Chesterfield was arrested late Saturday with about 25 grams of cocaine.

Over $10,000 was also found in his possession.

[U.S] V.I.P.D. Commissioner Delroy Richards said Saturday night that he’d heard of an arrest, but could not comment on the matter, as the Police Department had not made an arrest. An email sent to U.S. Attorney Ronald Sharpe was not returned at time of writing.

Mr. Chesterfield, who was assigned to Government House by former Governor John P. de Jongh, had only in June gotten married, and the couple are expecting twins, according to people close to the family. These people said the news of his arrest came as a surprise to many, and described him as a good man.

Mr. Chesterfield, who has a home in Florida, was attempting to board a flight on Spirit Airlines when he was apprehended, according to these sources.

11 Responses to “Security detail for Mapp administration arrested by feds on drug offenses”

  • more 2 cum (04/09/2016, 22:06) Like (4) Dislike (13) Reply
    Them set up that man and school children say that it have some men in the BVI who are shivering in their boots.
  • 25 grams (04/09/2016, 22:08) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
    A slap on the wrist.
    • B Real (06/09/2016, 09:06) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      It was 22 BIRDS, HENS, WHOLE FOWL....minimum if he rat I mean cooperate is 10.
  • more arrests will be made (04/09/2016, 22:08) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
    Why the feds lurking around the VI?
    • Lurking ?! (05/09/2016, 08:33) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
      You must not have heard that their stationed here now, and there's offices being built to house them.
  • bvi (04/09/2016, 22:59) Like (4) Dislike (3) Reply
    Only in the bvi no one gets arrested
  • what (04/09/2016, 23:14) Like (3) Dislike (4) Reply
    Wha happen. Nobody gah nothing to say bout this!!!!??? The negative people In tola gone sleep man. Hellooooo
  • crucian (05/09/2016, 01:03) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
    Walking on your badge...ssmh...
  • ohshaw (05/09/2016, 06:11) Like (22) Dislike (0) Reply
    Why should people comment.if they have nothing to say? All you too like commess. People dont know the man but they must just write? Go find wuk to do.
  • Really? (06/09/2016, 20:35) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    USVI newspaper alleges he had 47 pounds not 25 grams.


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