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“Scorned: Love Kills”: Oklahoma City’s Rob Andrew homicide featured on Investigation Discovery series April 14

Melissa Hayer Published: April 12, 2012
MURDER, DEATH: Photo of Robert Dale (Rob) Andrew, senior vice president of Jordan Associates.  Andrew was found shot to death inside garage at house of his family, 6112 Shaftsbury Drive. His wife, Brenda Andrew, suffered a superficial wound - possibly a gunshot - to her left arm.
MURDER, DEATH: Photo of Robert Dale (Rob) Andrew, senior vice president of Jordan Associates. Andrew was found shot to death inside garage at house of his family, 6112 Shaftsbury Drive. His wife, Brenda Andrew, suffered a superficial wound - possibly a gunshot - to her left arm.

 

The Investigation Discovery series “Scorned: Love Kills” is spotlighting the murder of Oklahoma City’s Rob Andrew at 9 p.m., Saturday, April 14.

The story covered in the episode, provided by Investigation Discovery, is as follows:

Brenda and Rob Andrew appear to have the all-American marriage with two children, successful jobs and active roles in their local church. But Brenda grows dissatisfied and begins a series of adulterous affairs. In spring 2001, she takes up with fellow Bible studies teacher James Pavatt, setting up her marriage for a rocky demise that ends when Rob is found murdered in broad daylight in their suburban garage.

The show includes interviews with the Andrews’ former neighbor Judy Gigstad; Det. Roland E. Garrett; Sgt. Roger Frost of the Oklahoma City Police Department; former District Attorney Wes Lane; and psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig.

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