Andre Smith

Indiana Woman Allegedly Tracks Boyfriend Using Apple Airtags, Accuses Him of Cheating & Murders Him: Reports

An Indiana woman is accused of killing her boyfriend after tracking him to a bar where he was having drinks with another woman, the Indianapolis Star reports.

Authorities allege that 26-year-old Gaylyn Morris used an Apple AirTag tracking device to monitor the location of her boyfriend, Andre Smith, also 26, according to court records obtained by the newspaper.

Morris reportedly confronted Smith and another woman at Tilly’s Pub in Indianapolis on Friday and allegedly threatened to beat up the woman while holding an empty wine bottle.

Smith was able to get in between the two women and prevented a fight, but bar management asked the three to leave amid the disruption.

Witnesses told investigators that Morris got into her black Chevrolet Impala and drove forward, knocking Smith down. She then reportedly put the vehicle in reverse and drove forward over him again.

Morris allegedly got out of the vehicle and tried to attack the other woman before police officers got to the scene and intervened around 12:30 a.m. Friday, according to WISH-TV.

Medics located Smith’s body under Morris’ car outside the bar. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

A witness told investigators that Morris explained to them that she had located Smith using an AirTag device because she suspected that he was cheating on her.

Morris is facing a preliminary charge of murder; final charges have not yet been decided, the Star reports.

AirTags are coin-sized devices that use Bluetooth technology; they were designed to help users locate lost items such as keys and wallets. But the products have also been used to unwittingly track people and vehicles, including by stalkers and those intending to harm others. Apple has employed measures aimed at preventing unauthorized or unwanted tracking.

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