The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office announced Sunday night that the daughter of a woman found dead in Goffstown has been arrested.
According to officials, Jennifer Clow, 49, was arrested in Naples, Florida on a fugitive from justice charge. That charge is based on an arrest warrant that had been issued on June 15 after Clow's 72-year-old mother, Sally Miller, was found dead.
Officers found the body of Miller while carrying out a welfare check on Friday. The New Hampshire medical examiner's office conducted an autopsy and found that Miller had died as a result of a single gunshot wound. Her death was then ruled a homicide on Saturday.
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WMUR-TV reported that the shooting happened in a housing community that's geared to seniors.
Clow is charged with alternative counts of knowing and reckless second-degree murder for causing the death of her mother.
Clow is being held in Florida awaiting arraignment on Monday. Authorities will then seek her extradition to New Hampshire to face the murder charges.
It is unclear if she has an attorney.