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Jealous Indiana Woman Struck & Killed Her Boyfriend With Car After Using AirTag To Track Him! (Video)

Jealous Indiana Woman Struck & Killed Her Boyfriend With Car After Using AirTag To Track Him! (Video)

by November 23, 2022 0 comments

He Drove Her Crazy, She Drove Him Dead!
By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

An Indiana woman is accused of using an Apple AirTag to track a man to a bar where he was meeting another lady — then fatally mow him down.

Gaylyn Morris, 26, allegedly struck victim Andre Smith with her car three times around midnight Thursday after following him to an Indianapolis watering hole, according to local news reports.

The impact of the collisions killed Smith on the spot, police said.

Morris allegedly “pulled forward and clipped the victim, and he went down, at which time … [Morris] then backed over him and then pulled forward and hit him for the third time,” according to an affidavit reported by the IndyStar.

Indiana woman Gaylyn Morris allegedly used an Apple AirTag to track boyfriend  Andre Smith to a bar where she fatally struck him with her car.
Indiana woman Gaylyn Morris allegedly used an Apple AirTag to track victim Andre Smith to a bar where she fatally struck him with her car.

Investigators said Morris went to the bar and claimed to patrons that she and Smith were in a relationship and that he was cheating on her.

She allegedly swung an empty bottle at the other woman while inside — only to be intercepted by Smith, police said.

Morris and Smith then exited the bar, and the suspect then ran him down, said a witness who told cops she looked on from inside the pub.

Apple’s AirTag is a tracking device intended to help find lost items such as keys.

Morris has been charged with murder.

Woman allegedly used GPS to track victim before running him over in north Indianapolis parking lot

INDIANAPOLIS — Court documents allege a woman tracked a man to a north side bar using GPS tracking and then ran him over, killing him.

Gaylyn Morris, 26, has been charged with murder in the death of 26-year-old Andre Smith. 

It happened shortly before 12:30 a.m. June 3 in a shopping center parking lot in the 3900 block of East 82nd Street, near Clearwater Lane.

An IMPD spokesperson at the scene said officers were responding to calls about a traffic accident with injury when dispatchers began receiving reports of a disturbance in front of Tilly’s Pub & Grill, located at 3948 E. 82nd St.

When officers arrived, they found Smith lying under a Chevy Impala, which apparently hit him. IFD medics pronounced him dead at the scene.

Morris, who lives in Indianapolis, was still at the scene and taken into custody.

According to court documents, Morris had entered the bar and told some of the customers that she had “air-tagged and GPS followed” Smith, who was her boyfriend. She then allegedly grabbed an empty beer bottle from a table and swung it at the woman Smith was sitting with. Smith was able to block the bottle, and the three were then asked to leave the bar.

As the woman Smith was with waited for their food to be bagged up to go, Morris allegedly clipped Smith with her car as he came outside. A witness told police that Morris then backed over Smith and then pulled forward again, hitting him for a third time. 

Court documents allege Morris then got out of the car and tried to go after the woman Smith was with.

Police arrested Morris and took her to the Marion County Arrestee Processing Center on a preliminary charge of murder.

Morris told police Smith and she lived together but noticed he had been staying out at night, believing he was with another woman. Morris said she hadn’t seen Smith at all June 2 and then suggested he pack his belongings and move out.

According to court documents, Morris told police she was driving around the night of June 3 to look for Smith and saw his car parked outside of Tilly’s Pub & Grill. Morris said she went inside the bar to confront Smith and the woman he was with, who she said got aggressive with her. Morris then told police she grabbed a beer bottle to defend herself.

When they were kicked out of the bar, Morris told police she went to her car to wait for Smith and the woman he was with. Morris admitted to hitting Smith with her car, but she told police she didn’t mean for him to go under the car. Morris said she intended to hit the woman with her car, not Smith.

Morris initially denied putting a GPS tracker on Smith’s car, but when a detective said a search warrant would be served on the car, Morris admitted to putting the tracker in the backseat of his car, near the cupholder. 

Morris had her initial court hearing Thursday morning. The jury trial is scheduled for Sept. 26.

Police are asking anyone who may have information to contact investigators at 317-327-3475 or Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at 317-262-8477.