Thanks @druzy for posting the affidavit! It was quite the read!
At the end of the day, Amber was in the wrong, plain and simple. There’s no arguing against it.
After reading the affidavit, I have some questions that I’d love to know the answers to.
Amber had a machete to keep her safe because she had heard gunshots in her neighborhood. (Insert “bring knife to a gunfight” joke here.)
THIS is the level of stupidity the state of Indiana has to deal with. No offense to the logical and intelligent Hoosiers!
Additionally, neither one of them has a key to the front door? I know there are many places where lots of people don’t lock their doors, but just stay with me for a minute.
Every bit of footage from the house has always shown that both cars are parked in the driveway.
If there was a garage door opener in the car, Andrew could have opened the garage and gone into the house that way. Instead, he stood outside and knocked on the front door.
Which leads me to ask the following question:
Every single time they left their house, the front door was unlocked? The house where Amber resides. In a neighborhood where “gun shots had been heard” and Amber “decided she needed a machete for protection.” They leave the front door unlocked when they’re not home? Who does that?!?!
Sure. Because that makes total sense.
I bet Gary and Kristina were thrilled to have learned about that fun fact!
As awful as it might be, I’m going to say it: When Andrew drove around for three hours, Amber didn’t answer her phone at all. Am I the only one who thinks he was hoping she killed herself? If you loved someone and knew they had threatened to take their life before and they weren’t picking up a phone over a three hour period, why wouldn’t you call the police to request a welfare check OR go home and see that they were still alive?
I don’t believe the possibility that she could have fallen asleep, gave herself a three hour sponge bath or any other normal scenario where one wouldn’t hear their phone ring. Every parent I know, especially those who co-parent, leaves their ringer on 24 hours a day, just in case. Amber’s phone battery could have died, which is why Andrew didn’t know it was in the car.
I’m not victim blaming, but it’s becoming much more clear to me how truly odd he is. My first glimpse into his awful decision making was the fact that he fell for Amber during MBC. For those of you who watched, you know exactly what I mean.
It just don’t make no damn sense.