Lindsey's blood was found on his clothing at the scene of his death, a residence Lambert co-owned in Miami. His
blood was also found on a Toyota Camry that was registered to Albert Lambert, according to the probable cause affidavit.
"The bottom line is we were going to charge him with first-degree murder, no doubt," Sheriff Ric Bradshaw said at a news conference Sunday afternoon.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Kimberly Lindsey and Albert Lambert were divorced in November of 2012. However they were going through court hearings over alimony and child support. Lambert was refusing to present the required documents to the courts in regards to child support and alimony issues. In a court hearing on Friday, Oct. 25, Lambert told the presiding judge that he would either "disappear or go to jail" before he paid anything.
Crime scene investigators said a a violent confrontation happened at the Palm Beach Gardens home where Lindsey lived after which her body was removed and taken to the remote area where it was discovered, according to a news release.
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The probable cause affidavit also reveals Lambert bought a .22 caliber gun recently, and tests showed that Kimberly Lindsey was shot with the same size gun.
After confirmation of their mothers' death, Lindsey's daughters wrote this message on the "Find Kim Lindsey" Facebook page, "It breaks our hearts to have to write this, but our mom has passed away. There are no words to describe how we feel. This is an extremely tough time for us but we will try to stay Kim strong. Thank you everyone for all your help in the search, and please keep Kim alive in your hearts. She will always be a part of us. –Sarah, Sofia, and Savannah"
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