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A jealous ex-lover who ambushed his ex-girlfriend and drowned her in a forest stream has been jailed for 25 years.

Andrew Pearson, 45, was obsessed with devoted parishioner Natalie Harker, 28, and followed her on his bike after she ended their 18-month relationship, showing up at their workplaces.

Natalie told her friends that she was scared by the text messages sent by Pearson and felt pressured by her mother’s messages urging them to get back together, Teesside Crown Court heard.

Natalie Harker (pictured right), 30, was allegedly snatched off her bike while riding her bike to work by former Tesco worker Andrew Pearson (left), 45, whom she had abandoned weeks earlier + 2
Natalie Harker (pictured right), 30, was allegedly snatched off her bike while riding her bike to work by former Tesco worker Andrew Pearson (left), 45, whom she had abandoned weeks earlier .

Jealous man ambushed his ex-girlfriend and drowned her …

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Victim’s parents pay tribute to ‘loving daughter’
Natalie’s parents, John and Deborah, and her brother Alistair, paid tribute to the tragic victim in a statement.

It said: ‘Nothing will ever ease the pain of losing Natalie in such a tragic way. She will always be in our hearts and thoughts.

“We have lost a loving daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend to many.

We thank Senior Investigative Officer, Detective Inspector Steve Menzies and his team for all their hard work.

“Also, for the support of Lisa Carter of Homicide Victims Support, and everyone in Colburn, Catterick and the surrounding area.”

In October last year, after warning her that she hoped Natalie would live to regret her decision to leave him, Pearson set up camp in a camouflaged tent in a forest on the edge of the Catterick military base in North Yorkshire.

He waited for Natalie at 4.30am on October 9 of last year on the route she always took to start her 5am shift at a medical facility, one of two cleaning jobs she had.

Pearson pulled her off his bike, hid her from view in a field by the road, and dragged her to a stream next to the den in the woods where he had pitched a tent.

There he held her under shallow water by her neck until she was dead, jurors said.

He stayed with her body for 12 hours before finally confessing via text message to his friend James Garrity in America: “Bye, I’ve killed Natalie, I’m going to turn myself in.”

In fact, the only other person he notified was his mother, pretending that Natalie had fallen into the water by accident, and it was her mother who called the police.

Natalie’s naked body was found in his tent and a post mortem

Natalie’s naked body was found in her shop and a post-mortem examination found that she had had sex with her, possibly after her death.

It took jurors just under 90 minutes to decide that Pearson’s version of events was a lie.

He claimed that Natalie, known for arriving on her turn “like clockwork,” had voluntarily gotten off her bike and taken a ride through the woods with him in the dark.

Pearson said they had consensual sex outdoors before she slipped and fell, dragging him to the ground with her.

A photo from a brochure issued by the North Yorkshire Police of Mrs Harker, who left her parents’ house in Colburn before dawn and never came to work on October 9 last year +2
Photo from a brochure issued by the North Yorkshire Police of Ms Harker, who left her parents’ house in Colburn before dawn and never came to work on 9 October last year.

How the police used telecommunications data to trace the movements of Pearson and Natalie on the morning of their murder
Pearson, in fact, had not been camping, had left his home address three-quarters of a mile away at 3.40am.
He arrived at the site of the kidnapping and murder at 4 a.m. and came through the gate at the top of the field. This was where Natalie’s bicycle lock was later located, indicating that a fight was taking place. His bicycle was found in a ditch near the entrance to the forest where the tent had been erected.
Natalie arrived at the scene at 4.40 am and does not show up for work.
At 5.06 am, Pearson crossed the field to the location of the store.
Pearson’s phone appears to disconnect from the network at 7.12am. M., After being turned off by him.
At 3.06 p.m., the phone is turned on again at the store location.
A failed video message was sent to a registered U.S. phone number at 3.08 p.m., now known to be friends with Pearson.

He said he passed out after dragging her back to the store and woke up hours later to find her purple and foaming around her mouth.

His attorney, John Elvidge, QC, admitted that Pearson, who was nicknamed Jesus by his former co-workers because of his long hair, was ‘a weed’.

He told jurors: ‘There is no indication that he was violent towards Natalie, there is no indication that he ever laid a hand on her.

What happened to the weed to make him a murderer?

However, the court heard that Natalie was shaking with fear when she spoke of Pearson and was intimidated when he showed up at their workplaces after they were separated.

She asked a caretaker at her second place of work, a university in Catterick, to step in if he saw her talking to a man on her way home.

Natalie was reported missing by her concerned family at 1:37 p.m. on October 9 and the North Yorkshire Police issued an urgent missing person appeal as her disappearance was deemed completely out of place and could not be explained.

At 4.43pm, a call was made to the Force Control Room from Pearson’s mother.

At 4.43pm, a call was made to the Force Control Room from Pearson’s mother.

She said her son had told her that the couple met and that they had been walking together around 4.30am when Natalie accidentally slipped and fell into a river and she too dragged him inside.

She said Pearson, who told her he was camping in a forest across a field from the bike path, pulled Natalie out of the water and began to resurrect. He then took her to his camouflaged tent where he continued CPR. Pearson is a trained lifeguard.

He told his mother that he must have passed out and when he woke up after a phone call from a friend in America, Natalie appeared to be dead.

It was at this time that he called his mother and they met with nearby agents.

Pearson led officers to the store and found Natalie under a camouflaged sleeping bag. She was not wearing clothes.

The paramedics who treated him certified the death and Pearson was arrested shortly after on suspicion of murdering Natalie.

Tesco worker Andrea Nolan said Pearson told her about Natalie when she went to the store for a job interview.

She told the court: “He said he hoped that she would live to regret her decisions and that life would have a way of closing the circle.”

During the trial, jurors were shown “sarcastic, hurtful and totally false” posts that Pearson had posted on Facebook, claiming that Natalie had hurt him while he was “a perfect gentleman.”

Catterick Garrison’s Pearson resented Natalie’s mother, Deborah, disliked him and complained that because he was unemployed she thought he was “lazy.”

He was found guilty of both murder and kidnapping.

Natalie’s parents, John and Deborah, and her brother Alistair, paid tribute to the tragic victim in a statement.

It said: ‘Nothing will ever ease the pain of losing Natalie in such a tragic way. She will always be in our hearts and thoughts.

“We have lost a loving daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend to many.

We thank Senior Investigative Officer, Detective Inspector Steve Menzies and his team for all their hard work.

“Also, for the support of Lisa Carter of Homicide Victims Support, and everyone in Colburn, Catterick and the surrounding area.”

Detective Inspector Steve Menzies of the North Yorkshire Police Chief Investigation Team said: ‘Natalie Harker, a hard-working and conscientious young woman, left her family’s home in Colburn, Catterick, on October 9, 2019 to begin to work at 5 am

Unfortunately, it would never come. Her ex-partner Andrew Pearson, a self-centered, calculating, and evil man, had been waiting for her on a pitch-dark bike path.

The evidence proved beyond any doubt that Pearson had planned Natalie’s kidnapping and murder, and the level of planning was extremely calculated and chilling.

“He knew exactly what he was going to do that morning, and in the days before he had started to put his plan into action.

She had even been near the bike path at 4.30am when Natalie cycled past in the days before, suggesting that she was carefully preparing the last preparations for her latest attack on her.

“It is very clear that the story that Pearson gave his mother over the phone was fabricated in an effort to escape justice; They were pure lies based on self-preservation and without thinking about Natalie, nor her family.

While the incident seemed suspicious from the start, the main investigation team still had a significant amount of work to do to gather the evidence and find the truth for Natalie’s devastated family.

“The family has suffered and continues to endure the most unimaginable pain and loss. I commend them for the dignity and restraint they have shown during the investigation and trial.

Pearson knows what motivated him to kidnap and murder

He added: ‘Only Pearson knows what motivated him to kidnap and murder her. Only he knows if it was out of jealousy or anger in refusing to believe that his relationship with Natalie was over for good.

“ What we were able to find out was that he persistently stalked and harassed Natalie after she ended the relationship a few weeks earlier. We have spoken with several of Natalie’s friends and colleagues whom she confided to about Pearson’s behavior, including pleading text messages from him about her desire to get back together.

‘Now we know that he had been following her and showing up at her work during the wee hours of the morning. He had tried to discredit her character, including through social media, making it clear that Natalie had hurt her.

In fact, he was in love with her and refused to accept that she had ended their relationship.

Natalie lived in fear and was rightly advised by her friends on several occasions to report Pearson to the police, but she never got the chance.

‘We just hope that other people in a similar situation who read about this case, seek the help and support that is readily available from the police and organizations such as Supporting Victims in North Yorkshire, IDAS and the National Stalking Helpline, among many. others. .

‘Please don’t wait, we’re here to help.

“I believe that Andrew Pearson is a dangerous man and the public, particularly women, will be protected from him when he now begins a life sentence.”

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