Trial Begins For PG Man Accused Of Killing Teacher, Toddler

UPPER MARLBORO, MD — Jury selection has begun in the trial of a man accused of shooting and killing a Prince George’s County school teacher and their 2-year-old daughter, according to a WTOP report.

Elementary school teacher Neshante Alesha Davis, 26, and her daughter, Chloe Nichole Davis-Green, of Fort Washington were shot to death Feb. 2, 2016. Prince George’s County Police have charged the toddler’s father, Daron Maurice Boswell-Johnson, 25, of Forestville with murder and he has reportedly admitted his involvement in the mother/daughter homicide.

Davis was a teacher at Bradbury Heights Elementary School in Capitol Heights. According to the school’s website, she taught second grade.

Investigators believe Boswell-Johnson went to Davis’ townhome to confront her about child support issues.

According to Maryland online court records, Davis took the suspect to court in 2015; a paternity test found that Boswell-Johnson was the child’s father. A Prince George’s County judge in December 2015 ordered Boswell-Johnson to pay $600 a month in child support.

He faces two counts of first- and second-degree murder.

Additional reporting by Patch editor Deb Belt

Photo of Daron Maurice Boswell-Johnson courtesy of Prince George’s County Police

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