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A New Jersey postal worker was accused of running with his car with coworkers


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By Minyvonne Burke

A postman allegedly struck his car with two of his colleagues after arguing in a parking lot at a New Jersey shipping facility.

The police said they had been called to the shipping facility of a US postal service on Sunday morning and found two women, 25 and 26 years old, injured.

Both women told the officers that their associates, Lashanda Johnson, Dominick V. Daniels Processing and Distribution Center, found them by car, then drove off, said Kearny police.

One of the women told the officers that the car was running and the other said she hit and knocked the ground.

Women who have not been identified have been identified without hospital treatment. Since then, police have appeared. The authorities did not say what the argument was.

Johnson, 27, was arrested on Sunday afternoon, accused of aggravated assault, using his car as a weapon, accident scene and more traffic violations.

"The postal service is serious about the safety and security of its employees," said a USPS spokesman. "With regard to pending criminal charges, we are not discussing staff actions."

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