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Murder charges were filed against a Salt Lake woman in the shooting death of a man at a funeral home earlier this week.

Charlotte Marleen Longshaw, 32, 1224 S. Navajo St., was charged with one count of criminal homicide, a first degree felony, in the death of Terry Stewart, 32.Stewart was shot once in the torso during a fight which broke out during the viewing of his son-in-law Aaron Lee Greuber at Memorial Estates, 6500 S. Redwood Road, Monday afternoon.

Witnesses told police that several family members got into a fight about burial arrangements and how Greuber died. Greuber's body was found April 3, and his death was investigated as a possible drug overdose. But police are waiting for the results of an autopsy before removing the crime scene tape that still surrounds Greuber's South Salt Lake house.

An employee of Memorial Estates told police that Stewart and another man were fighting when Longshaw produced a handgun, court documents said. The employee said Longshaw appeared to be pointing the gun at Stewart, and then moments later he heard a shot and Stewart fell to the ground.

Other relatives at the viewing were listed as witnesses, and the charges say Longshaw admitted to shooting Stewart.

According to jail records, Longshaw was attending Salt Lake Community College and is originally from Ohio.

Despite police statements that the argument preceding the shooting was about burial arrangements and Greuber's cause of death, relatives say the argument goes much deeper but declined to elaborate.

Longshaw remained in the Salt Lake County jail with bail set at $100,000. If convicted she faces a prison sentence of five years to life.