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Grand Jury Indicts Elderly Woman On Charges Related To The Murder Of Her Roommate In Nursing Home

Grand Jury Indicts Elderly Woman On Murder Charges98-year-old Laura Lundquist is one step closer to a jail house cell after a Grand Jury indicted the woman on murder charges related to the strangulation and suffocation death of her 100-year-old roommate earlier this year.

A Judge ordered Lundquist to undergo an evaluation at a hospital to determine if she is competent to for a criminal trial.

According to the District Attorney, Lundquist’s roommate was found dead in her bed during a routine check.  An autopsy confirmed that Lundquist’s roommate died from manual strangulation and suffocation.


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