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WEST PALM BEACH —

When investigators arrived Sunday morning to arrest Albert Lambert for the murder of his ex-wife Kimberly Lindsey, they could not have predicted what they saw: A woman and a man were carrying a body in a bed sheet.

The body was that of Lambert, who apparently had died Sunday morning at his sister’s home in southwest Miami, Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw said at a Sunday afternoon news conference.

His death came a week after Lindsey — a mother of three and the nurse at Bak Middle School of the Arts in West Palm Beach — was last seen alive and five days after her decapitated, defingered body was found in a sugar cane field in Hendry County, about 85 miles southeast of her suburban Palm Beach Gardens home.

Lindsey’s blood was found on his clothing at the scene of his death, a residence Lambert co-owned.

“The bottom line is we were going to charge him with first-degree murder, no doubt,” Bradshaw said…read more

Authorities probe slaying of suburban Palm Beach Gardens mother of three; tense divorce hearing preceded disappearance

11/02/203

PALM BEACH GARDENS —

Police agencies Saturday morning continued their investigation into the slaying of Kimberly Lindsey, the suburban Palm Beach Gardens mother of three whose body was found in a Henry County sugar cane field Wednesday.

Lindsey, 49 and the popular school nurse at Bak Middle School of the Arts, was last seen and heard from Sunday, when she returned home to Palm Beach Country Estates from a trip to Florida’s west coast.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office announced late Friday that evidence showed a violent struggle had occurred at her home in Palm Beach Country Estates — a wooded community of large homes on large lots west of Interstate 95 and north of Donald Ross Road — and that her body had been taken to the sugar cane field about 85 miles away from her house and left there.

Deputies revealed that they had ruled Lindsey’s death a homicide late Friday, about four hours after friends, co-workers and Bak parents had gathered for a vigil at the 9/11 memorial on Northlake Boulevard, where they said prayers and lit candles in hopes of her safe return.

Many had posted hopeful messages on a Facebook page about Lindsey’s disappearance that had collected nearly 7,000 “likes” since its creation Tuesday….

…Lindsey has three daughters: Sarah, 20; Sofia, 18; and Savannah, 16. She was married to the girls’ father Albert Lambert from May 1991 until they divorced in February.

When reached by phone Tuesday, Sarah Lambert declined to comment about her mother’s disappearance.

She said one of her sisters made a Facebook page called “Find Kim Lindsey” where those who know Lindsey are sharing information. A picture posted around 2 p.m. Tuesday shows a green shirt that Lindsey was last seen wearing. The shirt has “Explore, Dream, Discover” written on the back of it.

Lindsey and Lambert, 52, were in court last week and Lindsey’s attorney Joseph Fields, with the LaBovick Law Group, was moving for contempt against Lambert,, accusing him of not paying support fees in a timely manner.

In documents filed in court Oct. 23, Circuit Judge John Phillips said Lambert’s “conduct… constitutes bad faith and was done with a complete disregard for judicial efficiency. …” Phillips also said Lambert “engaged in stonewalling tactics.”

The judge ordered Lambert should be jailed if within 10 days he didn’t pay Lindsey’s attorney fees and produce monthly statements of their daughters’ college funds or account activity.

Lambert, who previously lived at the suburban Palm Beach Gardens home and now lives in Jupiter, did not immediately return a call requesting a comment. Lambert is an emergency room physician at Florida Medical Center in Broward County and has previously worked at other local hospitals, according to court records.

The couple’s marriage was dissolved in February, more than three years after Lindsey originally filed for divorce, records show.

Lindsey is 5-foot-10, 140 pounds with blond hair and green eyes. Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff’s office at (561) 688-3400 or the nearest law enforcement agency.

Tipsters with information can also call 800-458-TIPS (4577) and be eligible for the reward.

By Alexandra Seltzer

Palm Beach Post

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s detectives are asking for the public’s help in locating a school nurse who was reported missing Monday.

Kimberly Lindsey, a nurse at Bak Middle School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, has not been seen since Sunday evening, according to a sheriff’s spokeswoman.

School employees contacted the sheriff’s office Monday after Lindsey, 49, did not show up for work. Sheriff’s deputies went to Lindsey’s suburban Palm Beach Gardens home in the 8200 block of 154th Court North for a welfare check and found her vehicle and personal items in her home, but not her.

Lindsey is considered missing and endangered because of the uncharacteristic nature of her disappearance, the sheriff’s office said.

The school nurse is described as being 5-feet-10 tall, 140 pounds with blonde hair and green eyes. A clothing description was not available.

Anyone who comes into contact with her is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 561-688-3400, or the nearest law enforcement agency.

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