Woman arrested in Naples for killing mother in New Hampshire

Writer: Derrick Shaw
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Jennifer Helen Clow. Credit: Naples Jail Center.

A woman appeared in front of a Collier County judge Monday after she was arrested for killing her mother in New Hampshire and then fleeing to Naples.

On Sunday, Naples Police Department arrested Jennifer Helen Clow, 49, who had a warrant out for her arrest in the killing of her mother, Sally Miller, 72, in Goffstown, New Hampshire.

According to the arrest report, Naples PD and Collier County Sheriff’s Office were on scene of the Ramada hotel off U.S. 41 in Naples. Law enforcement arrested Clow when she left the room she was staying in.

Police said they were able to track Clow down after receiving an alert from a license plate tracker.

CBS Boston (WBZ) reports, according to the N.H. attorney general, Miller was found shot dead in her home in Goffstown Friday.

Authorities in New Hampshire are seeking to extradite Clow back to the state after she appears in court. She is schedule back in court in July.

Clow faces a charge for Second-Degree Murder.

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