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14-year-old charged with killing sister in Lancaster County

February 22, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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The Lancaster County District Attorney's office is charging a Manheim Township teen as an adult after calling 911 and admitting to killing her older sister.

The Lancaster County District Attorney's office is charging a Manheim Township teen as an adult after calling 911 and admitting to killing her older sister.

— A 14-year-old Manheim Township girl is charged with killing her older sister in their family home early Monday morning.

Claire Miller, 14, is facing Criminal Homicide charges as an adult for her role in the incident.

According to the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office, shortly after 1:00 a. m. on Feb. 22, a girl later identified as Claire Miller called 911 and reported that she had killed her sister at their home in the 1500 block of Clayton Road in Manheim Township.

Upon arrival around 1:13 a. m. , police were met by Claire Miller, who was standing in front of the residence.

According to the criminal complaint, Miller was repeatedly saying, "I stabbed my sister," and police observed what appeared to be blood on the snow near the driveway of the residence.

Claire Miller was taken into custody at the scene and the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office approved charges against her.

Miller was charged as an adult with one count of criminal homicide.

14-year-old charged with killing sister in Lancaster County early this morning.

Claire Miller is being transported to Lancaster County Prison after being arraigned. https://t. co/3hPBuzHI4d pic. twitter. com/EsX2f8Pz42— Harri Leigh (@Harri_Leigh) February 22, 2021

Claire Miller was enrolled at Lancaster Country Day School as a ninth grade student.

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