Apparently you never outgrow roommate spats. Prosecutors say Laura Lundquist, 98, was livid that her centenarian roommate Elizabeth Barrow was "trying to take over her room" in a New Hampshire nursing home. The roommates argued over a table Lundquist put at the foot of Barrow's bed that impeded her route to the bathroom. When a nurse's aide moved the table, Lundquist allegedly punched her and said Barrow "might as well have the whole room." The next day, a nurse found Barrow dead with a shopping bag tied around her head. Lundquist had her eyes set on Barrow's window-side bed and had vowed to outlive Barrow to get it. Lundquist was indicted on charges of second-degree murder Thursday. The district attorney said violence committed by the elderly was a growing problem because people are living longer, and said he'd reviewed murder charges against about 20 people over the age 80, and six with suspects over the age of 90.