A Bowie State college student is charged with the murder of her roommate after the pair apparently argued about the volume of the roommate’s music.
According to police, 19-year-old Alexis Danielle Simpson stabbed 18-year-old Dominique Tiarra Frazier Thursday evening in their apartment. The two had not been getting along and had been arguing for the past week.
Thursday evening Simpson, Frazier and several others were in the apartment at the time of the incident. Frazier had been getting ready to attend a school-sponsored event. Witnesses said Simpson walked into the bathroom and turned off Frazier’s music, which led to an argument between Simpson and Frazier.
As the argument turned physical, one of the witnesses broke it up and pushed Simpson into her room. A few moments later, Simpson reemerged carrying what witnesses said look like a knife, and went into Frazier’s room. She then allegedly began attacking Frazier. Frazier was seen grabbing her neck before collapsing. Emergency crews were called to the scene and Frazier was pronounced dead at Prince Georges Hospital Center.
Simpson is being held in jail on murder charges.
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