American woman tracks down partner via Apple AirTag, allegedly kills her

It is claimed that Glynn Morris found his partner Andre Smith at Tilly’s pub in the Indianapolis shopping mall in the US with the help of a gadget in the early hours of June 3, reports The Register.

A witness said Morris had walked up to him in the parking lot and questioned whether Smith was at the bar, stating that he had a GPS tracker that showed he was inside, according to an affidavit from Detective Gregory Shue. .

Reportedly, the witness said Morris later saw Smith inside the establishment.

The witness went to the bar and saw that Morris, Smith and a female companion had a dispute. The witness took two videos of the fight and provided it to the police.

According to the description of a second witness, Morris seized a beer bottle and pounced on Smith’s partner, but Smith intervened. After this the bar owner asked the three to leave.

According to accounts from other witnesses in the affidavit, Morris said he used an Apple AirTag to locate Smith.

Morris, according to the affidavit, then left, got in his car, and left. When Smith went out, Morris had pulled over outside Metro Diner to the east of Tilly and walked onto the sidewalk at Smith’s, it is claimed.

When Morris backed away from her boyfriend and the sidewalk, as stated in the affidavit, a witness tried to step in front of the car to save Smith, but Morris reportedly drove around the witness, Hitting him in the left hip of his car, Mirror then runs over Smith and drags him.

A registered nurse who tried to intervene said “CPR could not be performed because Smith’s body was completely under the car between the front wheels and his head was behind the front wheel on the driver’s side and his feet in front of the passenger side.” were at the wheel of”, the affidavit said. ,

When police arrived, they found Smith under a dark blue 2010 Chevrolet Impala registered in Morris. Then he was declared dead.

The report states that questioned by police, Morris is said to have initially denied that he had used airtags to track down Smith.

Asked whether a search warrant had been issued or whether a tracker would be found on Smith’s car, Morris admitted to having the Apple Wireless Tracker near a cup holder in the back seat of Smith’s vehicle, according to the affidavit.

Apple did not respond to a request for comment on the report.

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