A Baltimore High School Student’s Life is Cut Short in Horrific Crime

Image: WJZ

Police have tracked down two men who attacked 16-year-old Arnesha Bowers and then lit her home on fire in Baltimore. Investigators used Bowers' cell phone records to track the men down.

The body of Arnesha Bowers was found inside her burning home - bound, sexually assaulted, and strangled. Her attackers followed her home from a party and plotted a burglary. After breaking into the home through a basement window, they were discovered by Bowers. Investigators say she was strangled with an electrical cord and sexually assaulted before the men lit her home on fire.

“I can only imagine what the last moments of Arnesha’s life were like. It had to have been pure hell,” said Major Stanley Brandford.

Her family is devastated that Bower's promising life was cut short in this brutal murder.

“Arnesha had a beautiful smile and everyone would comment when they met her, ‘You have a lovely smile.’ She had a beautiful heart to match,” her grandmother, Sandra Bowers, told WJZ.

Her attackers face multiple charges, including first-degree murder.
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