In Maryland, according to the medical examiner, the two dead girls found in Renee Bowman’s freezer had died from asphyxiation. The bodies are identified as 9-year-old Jasmine Nicole Bowman and 11-year-old Minnet Cecila Bowman.
The investigation was triggered when a 7-year-old girl, sister to one of the dead victims, was found wondering by Bowman’s home with injuries related to child abuse.
While Ms. Bowman is a suspect in the death of the two children, she has not been charged with their deaths yet. However, Ms. Bowman has been charged with attempted murder and child abuse in the case involving the seven-year-old victim.
Of note, Ms. Bowman was a foster parent to the three girls and continued to collect $2,400/monthly from a federal program that encourages adoption of children that are wards of the state.
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