This is a follow up to the original story here.
This is the complete and original Pasco County arrest report and warrant for Amanda Logue in the murder Dennis Abrahamsen. The original was only available in fax format. It has been converted to PDF and PNG format. Additionally, it has been converted to text here using OCR software for easier reading and reference. As with all OCR software conversions, it may contain conversion errors. Refer to the original (PDF) for the best accuracy.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PASCO COUNTY
STATE OF FLORIDA V AMANDA LOGUE
COMPLAINT: MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE
: Capital Felony
BEFORE ME, A JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, in and for said County, personally came Detective Lisa Schoneman, who, being duly sworn, says that on May 15, 2010, in the County aforesaid, one AMANDA LOGUE unlawfully and from a premeditated design to effect the death of Dennis Abrahamsen, did strike the said Dennis Abrahamsen with a hammer, and as a direct result thereof, the said Dennis Abrahamsen died; contrary to Chapter 782.04(l) (a), Florida Statutes, and against the peace and dignity of the State of Florida.
- Your Affiant says that on May 15, 2010 at approximately 5:30 AM hours, AMANDA LOGUE the defendant, struck Dennis Abrahamsen in the head with a hand held sledge hammer then proceeded to stab him multiple times in the back, causing his death.
- On May 16, 2010 at 9:37 PM the Sheriff’s Office responded to 8250 Sycamore Drive, New Port Richey, Florida 34654, Rasco County. Upon arrival, Detective Lindsey learned that Dennis Abrahamsen had been found dead. Upon arrival at the scene, Detective Lindsey observed the deceased laying faced down on a massage table in the middle of the living room. There was a large open wound in the. back of the deceased’s head. The deceased had multiple stab wounds to his upper back. A large amount of blood had pooled under the body on the floor. There was blood spatter on the ceiling fan, and three of the four walls in the living room.
- A sexually stimulating toy, commonly referred to as a “vibrator”, was located on the table, in between the deceased’s legs. An autopsy was conducted by the Medical Examiner’s Office, Doctor Christopher Wilson. Doctor Wilson found the cause of Abrahamsen’s death to be blunt force trauma to the head and the manner of his death to be a homicide.
- Detective Lindsey interviewed Maynard Bindscheattel and Lisa Bindscheattel who were at Abrahamsen’s residence prior to his death. Maynard and Lisa Bindscheattel told Detective Lindsey that Abrahamsen had a girl known only as Amanda at the residence on May 15, 2010.
- Your Affiant learned that all parties were involved in sexual activity together. Your Affiant learned Abrahmsen had taken photographs and video of the sexual activity. Maynard and Lisa Bindscheattel told Detective Lindsey that Amanda utilized her white blackberry cell phone to text message her boyfriend repeatedly while at the residence. Amanda told Maynard and Lisa Bindscheattel that her boyfriend was in Miami and she was communicating with him.
- Your Affiant was told that whenMaynard and Lisa Bindscheattel left Abrahamsen’s residence at approximately 5:30 AM on May 15, 2010 Amanda was still there and Abrahamsen was still alive. Through investigation Amanda was identified as being AMANDA LOGUE.
- LOGUE had been arrested by Largo Police Department on 05-18-2010 for retail theft.
- Detective Lindsey contacted LOGUE at the Pinellas County Jail. LOGUE admitted to being a paid prostitute and to servicing Abrahamsen on 05-15-2010. Your Affiant learned that she drove the 1997 White Ford Explorer, VIN number 1FMdU32P3\/ZC18367 and Georgia Tag number AYl8785 to and from Abrahamsen’s residence on previous occasions as well as the night of his death.
- Detective Lindsey asked LOGUE where her white in color blackberry cell phone was and she stated it was in the listed Ford Explorer. LOGUE admitted to text messaging her boyfriend, Jason Andrews, while at Abrahamsen’s residence.
- LOGUE told Detective Lindsey that she was the last one to leave the residence on May 15, 2010.
- LOGUE admitted to wearing rubber gloves found in a clothes hamper with the murder weapon. LOGUE denied any involvement in the death of Abrahamsen’s . However, through the course of the investigation, it was determined that LOGUE was the last person to see Abrahamsen alive.