A U.S. postal worker charged with shooting her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend at a Northeast Washington postal facility was ordered released from D.C. jail Friday and placed on 24-hour confinement and GPS monitoring while she awaits trial.
Davida Johnson, 25, of Hyattsville, Md., was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon in the Monday shooting.
Police allege that the postal worker, who is pregnant, shot a woman who had waited for her to arrive at her job, then screamed at her.
“I’m going to kick that baby out of your stomach!” police documents say the woman yelled when Johnson’s boyfriend drove her up to the employee entrance.
Johnson, police said, then shot the woman.