Renee D. Bowman

Renee Bowman

ABOUT THE CASE | In September 2008, Calvert County authorities discovered the bodies of two children encased in ice in the home of Renee D. Bowman, 43. The adoptive mother was convicted of killing the girls and keeping them hidden for more than a year in February 2010.

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A Maryland woman described by prosecutors as a torturer and maimer of her adopted girls was convicted Monday of killing two of them and stuffing their bodies into a freezer and inflicting more than 80 injuries on the third.
Mother convicted of killing daughters, stuffing them in freezer (, February 22, 2010; 3:36 PM)
Former cellmate: Mom confessed to killing girls: Trial continues for Md. woman charged with 2 deaths, freezing bodies (Post, February 19, 2010)
At murder trial, girl recalls vile life with adoptive mom: Md. woman is charged with killing 2 other children, freezing bodies (Post, February 18, 2010)
local digest: Local Digest (Post, January 9, 2010)
Foster-child project recasts picture of a family (By Petula Dvorak, October 20, 2009)
Regional Briefing: Regional Briefing (Post, September 12, 2009)
MARYLAND: 2 Girls Found in Freezer Had Signs of Prior Abuse, Court Papers Say (Post, July 2, 2009)
MONTGOMERY COUNTY: Woman Indicted in Killing Daughters, Taking D.C. Aid (Post, June 19, 2009)
MARYLAND: Details Emerge in Case of Woman Accused of Killing Daughters (Post, June 6, 2009)
NEWS & NOTES (Post, April 24, 2009)
Md. Woman Is Charged In Deaths Of 2 Girls: Children Were Found In Adoptive Mother's Freezer Last Year (Post, March 30, 2009)
MONTGOMERY COUNTY: Serious Crime Rose 5.3 Percent in 2008 (Post, March 21, 2009)
Auction Reaches Out To Aid 'Calvert's Child': Auction Raises Money For Lusby 8-Year-Old (Post, January 22, 2009)
CALVERT COUNTY: Auction to Aid Girl in Suspected Abuse Case (Post, January 15, 2009)
MEDICAL EXAMINER: Two Sisters Found in Mother's Freezer Had Been Asphyxiated (Post, December 18, 2008)
Slain Girls' Relatives Trying To Adopt: Families Want Surviving Sister (Post, November 3, 2008)
Not Life or Death, but the Stakes Are Still High: When Md. Medical Examiners Dissect a Body, Tiny Clues Can Have Enormous Implications (Post, November 2, 2008)
CALVERT COUNTY: Charges Upgraded Against Bowman (Post, October 23, 2008)
Adopted Girls' Suffering Rooted in Mothers' Woes (Post, October 22, 2008)
Despite a Tragedy, Adoption Aid Remains Crucial (October 19, 2008)
CRIME: Tentative IDs Are Made Of 2 Girls Found in Freezer (Post, October 10, 2008)
Adoption Subsidies Get Little Oversight: Md. Deaths Put Spotlight on D.C. (Post, October 9, 2008)
Lusby Neighbors Reach Out To Girl, 7: Mother Was Jailed After Bodies Found in Freezer (Post, October 9, 2008)
And the Children Suffer (Post, October 8, 2008)
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