• Daughter arrested in connection to mother's death in New Hampshire

    By: Manoella Macedo

    Updated:

    GOFFSTOWN, N.H. - The daughter of a woman who was shot to death inside her Goffstown, New Hampshire home has been arrested in connection to the homicide.

    Authorities found the body of 72-year-old Sally Miller inside her home on June 14 during a welfare check. An autopsy determined Miller died from a single gunshot wound. 

    On Sunday, June 16, Miller's daughter, Jennifer Clow, 49, was arrested in Naples, Florida on a fugitive from justice charge. The charge is based on an arrest warrant issued the day after authorities found Miller, charging Clow with alternative counts of knowing and reckless second-degree murder for causing the death of her mother.

    Clow waived extradition and was brought back to New Hampshire. She was supposed to be arraigned Wednesday afternoon on second-degree murder, but she waived her appearance. 

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