CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The U.S. Postal Service confirmed it suspended mail delivery to a West Charlotte neighborhood after a shooting.
Eyewitness News learned 100 addresses near the Washington Heights neighborhood were affected.
Families said it took a couple of days to realize they weren’t getting their mail.
“I’ve lived here since (1998.) I’ve never heard of that before,” University Park resident Mike Pate said.
Neighbors were confused about why the post office refused to deliver mail for two days after a shooting.
“There is crime everywhere. I don’t hear nobody else’s mail being stopped,” a resident, who asked not to be identified, said. Read more at WSOC TV