WASHINGTON — A former civilian D.C. police employee has been charged with conspiracy to commit murder, police said in a statement Friday.
Ronnika Jennings, who NBC Washington reported was a former clerk, was first charged with obstruction of justice in April in the same case.
She allegedly used her access at the police department to provide information to a gang member facing murder charges, NBC Washington reported.
Now, police said Jennings has been charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder while armed.
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