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Linthicum woman’s mother died after they got into a fight. Five months later, Anne Arundel police charge her with murder.

Five months after a fight that led to her 74-year-old mother’s death, a Linthicum woman is facing charges of murder.

Anne Arundel police said Tuesday they are seeking the extradition of Kimberly Lynn Windsor, 46, in the death of her mother, Carol Windsor.

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On May 19, police responded to the 1100 block of Winterson Road on May 19 for reports of an assault. Carol Windsor told officers she had been assaulted by her daughter, Kimberly Windsor, who threw a clock at her head, ran her over with a wheelchair, hit and kicked her, police said.

Windsor died of her injuries five days later. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner ruled the death a homicide and cause as cardiovascular disease complicated by the assault.

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Kimberly Lynn Windsor has been charged with second-degree murder, manslaughter and first-degree assault. She is currently incarcerated at an out of county facility and will be extradited back to Anne Arundel County to be arraigned, police said Tuesday.

Police were called to the Winterson Road home after someone speaking to Carol Windsor on the phone heard a struggle. Windsor told police that she was having trouble breathing and was bleeding from her right hand. She was taken to a local hospital and died on May 24.

Kimberly Windsor, who was present when police arrived, was taken into custody she allegedly tried to assault police and fire department personnel. She was initially charged with three counts of second-degree assault.

After the medical examiner’s determination, police added additional charges Tuesday of second-degree murder, manslaughter and upgraded the assault charges to the first degree.

Marc Limansky, Anne Arundel police spokesman, said the medical examiner made its ruling in September.

This is the 14th homicide in Anne Arundel County this year. There were a total of 17 homicides in 2019 and 24 homicides in 2018.

Anne Arundel County Police are still investigating the case and urge anyone with information to come forward by calling the Anne Arundel County Homicide Unit at 410-222-4731. If people with information wish to remain anonymous they can also contact the Anne Arundel County Police Tip Line 410-222-4700 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.

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