Slain Girl’s Relatives Want Adopted Sister

Girl's body 1 of 2 found in freezer

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WASHINGTON -- The biological relatives of one of the two girls found dead in their adopted mother's freezer want the woman's surviving adopted daughter to live with them.

The bodies of Minnet Bowman and her younger sister Jasmine were found in September at the Lusby, Md., home of adopted mother Renee Bowman. Minnet's uncle, Ivin Randall, says his family wants the surviving 8-year-old to live with them because they are the family of the child she grew up knowing as her oldest sister.

The Randalls, however, are not biologically related to the girl. Her biological uncle told The Washington Post that he wants the girl with him in Ohio. Click here to see the Washington Post complete article.

Bowman has been indicted on attempted first-degree murder and child abuse charges in connection with the surviving girl. She has not been charged in the deaths.

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