Bowie woman arrested in shooting faces homicide charge following 66-year-old aunt’s death

A Bowie woman who was initially charged with shooting her 66-year-old aunt over the summer is now facing a homicide charge.

Police began investigating after they responded to a reported shooting in the 13000 block of Youngwood Turn on Aug. 3.

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When they arrived at the scene, they found 66-year-old Elizabeth McGeehan suffering from a gunshot wound.

Investigators determined that McGeehan and her niece had been involved in a domestic dispute.

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McGeehan was taken to a local hospital, but died earlier this month.

Her niece, 41-year-old Shandra Lynn Bell, was arrested in connection with the shooting and charged with attempted murder.

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In the wake of McGeehan’s death, Prince George's County police have charged Bell with first-degree murder.

Prince George's County police handle murder investigations in the city of Bowie.