Amber Waterman Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Married Couple, Charged, Arrested

Amber Waterman Wiki – Amber Waterman Bio

Amber Waterman and Jamie Waterman are A married couple has been arrested for kidnapping a missing pregnant Arkansas woman after she was found dead and her fetus was discovered elsewhere.

Missouri couple Amber and Jamie Waterman have been arrested on kidnapping charges in the disappearance of 33-year-old Ashley Bush, who was 31 weeks pregnant, 4029TV reported.

Bush apparently died of a gunshot wound and her body was found Thursday in Missouri, a day after her baby, named Valkyrie Grace Willis, was found elsewhere, police said.

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Amber Waterman’s age is unknown.

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Bush had been looking for a work-from-home job when he met a woman online named “Lucie,” who turned out to be Amber, authorities said.

The two women met that morning at the Handi-Mart convenience store in Maysville, Arkansas, where Bush was to be taken for a job interview in Bentonville, about 30 miles away, police said.

Amber Waterman is believed to have identified herself as “Lucie” in communications with Ashley Bush.

Benton County Sheriff Shawn Holloway said investigators don’t believe Bush ever made it to Bentonville, NBC News reported.

Smith declined to say how Valkyrie Grace was removed from Bush’s body. He said the motive for the crime remained unclear.

Bush, who had three children, ages 8, 7, and 2, was engaged to be married, 4029TV said.

His fiancé, Josh Willis, said in a statement that he was “upset about the whole situation.”

“I wish Ashley and Valkyrie were alive and at home with all of us. I can’t believe there are people out there who would do something like this,” he said, 4029TV repo

“She was a great mother, a wonderful wife, a very outgoing, loving, and kind person. They didn’t deserve any of this. There are 3 amazing kids here who just lost their mom/best friend and little sister,” Willis added.

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Benton County Prosecutor Nathan Smith said he expects the Watermans to face additional charges. It is unclear whether Bush and his unborn baby were killed in Arkansas or Missouri, a determination that would affect the charges filed against them.

“This is just a reminder that it is evil in the world,” Smith said of the grisly case. “People do bad things. For someone to take advantage of a pregnant woman in her most vulnerable state is unimaginable. That’s the world we live in.”

The case remains under investigation by police in both states, as well as by the FBI.

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