Postal worker allegedly runs over 2 coworkers after dispute, report says

Police were called to a U.S. postal distribution center in New Jersey over the weekend after an argument between co-workers escalated into a violent altercation.

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Police were called to a U.S. postal distribution center in New Jersey over the weekend after an argument between co-workers escalated into a violent altercation.

A New Jersey postal worker was arrested after allegedly running over two co-workers at the Dominick V. Daniels Distribution Center in Kearney on Saturday.

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The incident happened after a dispute between suspect Lashanda Johnson, 27, and two other postal employees, both women, ages 25 and 26, according to WPIX-TV.

Both victims were taken to University Hospital in Newark for treatment. One of the injured women is still hospitalized.

Police were called to the scene and located Johnson about three hours later in East Orange, WPIX reported.

She's facing a number of charges, including aggravated assault, leaving the scene of an accident resulting in serious bodily harm and possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes, the news station reported.

Johnson is being held by U.S. postal inspectors.

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There’s no word on what caused the argument between Johnson and her two co-workers.

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