Arrest made in Goffstown Murder

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The New Hampshire State Police Major Crime Unit truck, along with several other state police cars, was parked outside 66 Rachael Circle in Goffstown this weekend. (credit – Pat Grossmith)

GOFFSTOWN, N.H. — The daughter of a 72-year-old woman shot to death in her home is under arrest, charged with killing her mother.

Jennifer Clow, 49, was arrested in Naples, Fla. on a fugitive from justice charge,  according to a news release issued by Deputy Attorney General Jane E. Young, New Hampshire State Police Colonel Christopher J. Wagner, and Goffstown Police Chief Robert Browne.

 The charge is based on an arrest warrant issued June 15 charging Clow with alternative counts of knowing and reckless second-degree murder in the death of her mother, Sally A. Miller.

Police went to Miller’s 66 Rachael Circle home on Friday to check on her welfare and found her deceased.  An autopsy performed Saturday determined she died from a single gunshot wound.

 Clow is being held in Florida awaiting arraignment on Monday, June 17.  Authorities will then seek her extradition to New Hampshire to face the murder charges. 

The charges and allegations are merely accusations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.