Jealous Girlfriend Runs Over Boyfriend With Her Car In A Fit Of Rage

Indiana woman allegedly kills guy pal after using AirTags to track him – New York Post

Indy Champions director Danyette Smith said domestic violence calls to IMPD have gone down, but there has been one noticeable increase: males calling about female suspects.

A woman was charged with murder after she allegedly followed a man she said was her boyfriend to a bar using an Apple AirTag, accused him of cheating on her and ran him over with her car.

Gaylyn Morris, 26, followed Andre Smith to Tilly’s Pub, where she told a witness she was going to beat up the other woman. Morris allegedly picked up an empty bottle and threatened to beat up the woman.

Smith was able to get between the two women and prevent a fight between them.

Despite the other woman being spared, Morris did intentionally run Smith over and killed him in the parking lot of a north side pub.

AirTags are coin-sized devices that use Bluetooth technology to help users locate lost items, but can also be used to track people.

Apple’s AirTag has been the subject of controversy since its introduction. Various lawmakers have tried to prevent their use as stalking devices.

The family of the victim want to remind others that resources are available to help prevent domestic violence before it turns deadly.

Find more details on this shocking story by checking out the following news outlets listed below.

  1. Indiana woman allegedly kills guy pal after using AirTags to track him  New York Post
  2. Indiana woman allegedly tracks boyfriend with AirTags, kills him after spotting him with another woman  Fox News
  3. Man murdered after girlfriend used AirTag to investigate cheating  AppleInsider
  4. Indy woman arrested for murder after running over boyfriend 3 times outside north side pub  WANE
  5. Indiana Woman Allegedly Tracks Boyfriend Using Apple Airtags, Accuses Him of Cheating & Murders Him: Reports  CrimeOnline
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