St. Croix Man Who Allegedly ‘Stalked And Chased’ Ex-Girlfriend At Gunpoint Arrested By The VIPD
FREDERIKSTED — Police detectives arrested a man on St. Croix who they said “stalked and chased his ex-girlfriend at gunpoint” in the presence of others last year.
Chrishawn Harley, 30, of St. Croix, has been charged with third-degree assault-domestic violence, the Virgin Islands Police Department said.
Harley was arrested in connection to a 2019 incident of domestic violence, the VIPD said in a tweet on Twitter at 9:21 p.m. tonight.
But this is not the first time Harley has had a run-in with local law enforcement.
He was arrested on June of 2008 for allegedly putting a “long-barreled revolver” to a woman’s head on Prince Street, Christiansted and robbing her of $80, police records indicate.
When an occupant of the residence where the victim lived tried to step in and break up the armed robbery, that person, too, was robbed of $80, police said at the time.
Harley said on social media that he attended St. Croix Central High School (CHS) and studied at the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI).
Harley’s bail was set at $30,000 with no 10 percent provision, according to the VIPD.