DOJ: Kidnapping suspect plans to claim Arkansas woman’s baby as his

In Pineville, Missouri, a couple have been charged in federal court for the kidnapping and murder of 33-year-old Ashley Bush and her 31-week-old baby. Amber Waterman and her husband Jamie Waterman have been charged with separate criminal charges. Amber Waterman was charged with kidnapping that led to her death. According to federal criminal charges, Amber Waterman kidnapped Bush to claim her own child, not born between October 31 and November 2. She is said to have transported her bush from Maysville, Arkansas to Pineville, which led to her death. Jamie Waterman was charged with becoming an accessory after the fact that she had kidnapped her and led to her death. According to affidavits submitted to support federal criminal charges, Amber Waterman took the pseudonym “Lucy” online to meet Bush. Then she enticed me to meet her for her job interview. She killed Amber Bush instead of her. Her Bush was reported missing on October 31 after her fiancée said she last saw her in her pickup truck with “Lucy”. Amber Waterman told police on October 31 that she suffered labor that evening and gave birth to a stillborn child. On November 1, investigators heard from Watermans that Amber had miscarried. Detectives then found bloodstains inside the truck that matched what Bush’s fiancée had said. Amber Waterman is said to have taken her husband to the corpse of Bush lying on the side of a boat near her home in Pineville on November 2nd. Afterwards, the couple moved her body to the back of her accommodation, burned her body, and drove it a short distance to die. Jamie Waterman led the agent and detective to where her body was moved and where the charred body was found. The FBI Evidence Response Team said they found fragments of a charred man’s hand and bone in a pile of burns behind the residence. Pineville, Missouri — A married couple in Pineville, Missouri has been charged in federal court for the kidnapping and murder of 33-year-old Ashley Bush and her 31-week-old baby. Amber Waterman and her husband Jamie Waterman have been charged with separate criminal charges. Amber Waterman was charged with kidnapping that led to her death. McDonald’s County Sheriffs Amber and Jamie Waterman According to federal criminal complaints, Amber Waterman kidnapped her Bush between October 31 and November 2 to claim her unborn child as her own. She is said to have transported her bush from Maysville, Arkansas to Pineville, which led to her death. Jamie Waterman was charged with becoming an accessory after the fact that she had kidnapped her and led to her death. According to affidavits submitted to support federal criminal charges, Amber Waterman took the pseudonym “Lucy” online to meet Bush. Then she enticed me to meet her for her job interview. She killed Amber Bush instead of her. She was reported missing on October 31 after her Bush said her fiance had last seen her in her pickup truck with “Lucy”. Amber Waterman told police on October 31 that she suffered labor that evening and gave birth to a stillborn child. On November 1, investigators heard from Watermans that Amber had miscarried. Detectives then found bloodstains inside the truck that matched what Bush’s fiancée had said. Amber Waterman is said to have taken her husband to the corpse of Bush lying on the side of a boat near her home in Pineville on November 2nd. Afterwards, the couple moved her body to the back of her accommodation, burned her body, and drove it a short distance to die. Jamie Waterman led the agent and detective to the place where her body was moved and where the charred body was found. The FBI Evidence Response Team said they found fragments of a charred man’s hand and bone in a pile of burns behind the residence.

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