A dispute between a mother and daughter on Thanksgiving has left a North Carolina family heartbroken.

56-year-old Elvira Elizabeth Alexander was arrested on Nov. 28 for the murder of her 37-year-old daughter Chante Lavarche Alexander.

While there are very little details about the crime, here’s what we know so far:

Elvira Alexander shot and killed her daughter Chante on Thanksgiving night.

Police responded to reports of a shooting at an apartment on the 3300 block of Krupa Court in Charlotte, N.C.

When they arrived at the scene, they found 37-year-old Chante Avarche Alexander unresponsive with a gunshot wound.

Chante was taken to the hospital by authorities and was pronounced dead by medical staff.

Her mother, 56-year-old Elvira Elizabeth Alexander, is being held responsible for her death and has been charged with murder and possession of a stolen firearm.

Police have not released a motive for the crime.

While investigators are describing the incident as “domestic-related,” a motive for the crime has not been revealed.

Law enforcement is also asking anyone who knows anything about the case to contact the homicide unit detective with Charlotte-Mecklenburg police at (704) 432-TIPS.

A police spokesman also said it was unknown whether Chante’s mother Elvira Elizabeth Alexander has a lawyer who can speak on her behalf.

Chante appeared to be a fun girl on social media who often promoted fish frys at her mom’s house.

On August 30th, Chante posted on Facebook about a fish fry she and her mom were having.

Chante also often posted pictures of her out having a good time with friends and family on her page.

Chante’s family remembers her as being the life of the party.

Chante’s family says she was always a joy and pleasure to be around.

One of her cousins posted a video on Facebook of her dancing and having a good time with the caption: “I love U Cuz Chante Lavarche Tha life of EVERY mf party FACTS!!”

Chante’s family and friends also made several other posts speaking on their shock and sadness over her death.

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