An Indiana woman has been charged with murder after tracking a man using an Apple AirTag and then hitting him with her car.
Apple’s AirTag is a tracking device intended to help find lost items such as keys and other personal items.
Court documents show Gaylyn Morris, 26, was arrested on Friday after tracking Andre Smith to Tilly’s Pub in Indianapolis using an Apple AirTag and GPS, Fox News reported.
Investigators said Ms Morris pretended to be Smith’s girlfriend while talking to a witness and said he was cheating on her.
Ms Morris said she was going to use an empty wine bottle to beat the other woman.
The affidavit says Ms Morris threw the bottle at the woman, but the attack was stopped by Smith who grabbed her and physically came between the two women.
The trio were then asked to leave the bar but the other woman stayed behind and waited for a food order.
When Ms Morris and Smith got out, she got into the car to mow him down, investigators said.
According to a witness statement to police, Mrs. Morris “pulled forward and cut the victim, and he fell, at that time… [Ms Morris] then backed up on him, then pulled forward and hit him for the third time”.
Ms Morris then got out of the car and attempted to enter the bar to collect the other woman who was still inside.
However, the police had arrived at the scene by then.
According to the Marion County Coroner’s Office, Smith died after being intentionally run over.
Ms Morris has been charged with murder, but the Marion County District Attorney’s Office will determine the final charges, the Indy Star reported.
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