SPOTSYLVANIA, Va. — Two women are under arrest for the murder of a Spotsylvania woman. One of the suspects, the victim’s own daughter.
Nancy Lynne Mercer was found shot to death in her own home in Spotsylvania on May 18th. Alaina Mercer, the victim’s daughter and Alaina’s wife, Christina Brown, are charged with conspiracy to commit murder.
When Nancy didn’t show up for work at Medstar Washington Hospital Center on the 18th, her coworkers knew something was wrong.
“Having been a long time nurse up in D.C., she was known for being punctual, when she went to work,” says Captain Jeff Pearce with the Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Department.
“On the day of the murder she was due to be in work at 7:00p.m. to work the 7-to-7 shift, and when she didn’t show up and her coworkers weren’t able to contact her, they contacted the sheriff’s office. Our deputies went out to conduct a welfare check, when they arrived they discovered the crime scene.”
Now, nearly two weeks later, investigators say they’ve made two arrests, Alaina Mercer and her wife, Christina Brown.
“You say that nothing will surprise you, but that is fairly unique,” says Captain Pearce. “This case, they went to her home and it appears at least from evidence that the killing was conspiratory in nature.”
Although deputies won’t say a specific motive, Nancy’s neighbor says his first thought, was her daughter, Alaina.” On Monday she was supposed to be in court, to get full custody of the kid, her daughter’s kid,” says James Middlebrook, a neighbor. “She was supposed to get full custody that day.”
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