Memphis, Tenn- A postal inspector has testified in Memphis that two women were shot multiple times during a deadly robbery at a rural post office last fall.
Inspector Dwight Jones testified Tuesday at a hearing for Chastain Montgomery Sr., who is charged in the slayings of Judy Spray and Paula Robinson inside the post office in Henning, Tenn., last Oct. 18.
Jones said $63 was missing from clerk’s drawer. He said there were 9 shell casings at the scene. Paula Robinson was shot 5 times and Judy Spray was shot 4 times.
A videotaped confession was aired in the courtroom showing Montgomery admitted to the shootings. In the confession, Montgomery says he needed money and he thought the Henning Post Office had $25,000 inside it.