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Claire Miller, a teenage girl in Manheim Township has been charged with the killing of her older sister, according to the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office.
Miller was arraigned Monday on a homicide charge and is being held without bail at Lancaster County Prison. She is charged as an adult.
She is 14 years old.
Claire Miller Killed Her Sister
Authorities said police responded shortly after 1 a.m. Monday to the 1500 block of Clayton Road after a female called 911 and reported she had killed her sister.
According to court documents, Miller was outside the home when officers arrived and repeatedly said, “I stabbed my sister.”
Police said they went inside the home and found 19-year-old Helen Miller, who is wheelchair-bound, in a bedroom with a large knife in her neck. Life-saving measures were attempted but were unsuccessful, police said.
Investigators want to know what led up to the stabbing.
The Lancaster County coroner on Wednesday released the autopsy results for Helen Miller.
The coroner said she died of multiple stab wounds.
Her death has been ruled a homicide.
“A Manheim Township teenager is charged with killing her older sister in her family home in the early morning hours on February 22, 2021.
Claire Miller was taken into custody at the scene. The Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office is assisting with the investigation and approved charging Claire Miller with Criminal Homicide.
Miller will be arraigned by Magisterial District Judge David Miller. It is expected that Miller will be transported to Lancaster County Prison after arraignment on the charge of Homicide.
“Looking for evidence and trying to come up with a timetable and whatever they can find to help them understand what might have happened,” Manheim Township police Chief Tom Rudzinski said.
Police believe the girls’ parents were home but asleep when the stabbing occurred.
“My heart goes out to them, and I can’t even begin to understand or imagine the pain that they feel at this point,” Rudzinski said.