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UPDATE: Woman arrested after Henrico homicide

By Ryan Nobles - bio | email

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - A woman is dead after a Wednesday afternoon shooting in Central Henrico.

Police say the unidentified woman was found shot to death at a home in the 3900 of Genacre Lane. They believe they already have the person responsible in custody. Felicia Michelle Grahn, 40, is under arrest and has been charged with murder.

Flashing lights and police cars are something not typical in this part of Henrico County.

"The biggest news around here is a traffic accident," said a man who lives in the neighborhood who did not wish to be identified. "It's a peaceful neighborhood; I never heard an argument or a fight."

It happened around 3:30 Wednesday afternoon. Police say Grahn shot and killed another woman in her mid 30s. Police have not identified the woman. It happened inside the home where Grahn lived.

Investigators knew almost immediately what they were dealing with as they arrived on scene.

"They discovered a female an adult female victim that was deceased from an apparent gunshot wound," said Lt. Bryan Cook of the Henrico Police Department.

Outside, neighbors are wondering what could've gone wrong.

"Everybody around here goes to work every day they come home every night, they treat their families nice, no wife beating. It's a nice neighborhood."

A neighborhood now left to deal with this horrible tragedy.

Grahn faces two charges, second degree murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.

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