|Full name||Andrew Ashworth|
|Cause of death||Blood loss|
(multiple chop wounds)
|Family||Archibald Ashworth (grandfather)|
|Partner(s)||Isabella Fairchild (ex-girlfriend; incarcerated)|
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #43: Troubled Waters (s1)|
Andrew was the heir to the Ashworth family fortune and their businesses. At the time of his death, he wore a gray jacket over a brown sweater vest with a white collar.
Off the coast of Grimsborough, on a yacht owned by Martha Price which the GBPD team of Jones and the player was currently on, Andrew's body was fished out of the sea by Jones before he discovered that the victim's lower body had been ripped off by a sharp object. After Jones and the player sent the body to the morgue, Nathan deduced that Andrew was killed by rotors, and thus the rotors were registered as the murder weapon.
Nathan later informed the team that the yacht's rotors came from the Blue Party Yacht, the same yacht Martha used to impress her affluent supporters, not to mention him telling that the severs suggested Andrew was ran over underwater. The yacht moved one place to another, and the coroner found out that the killer knew how to use boats--therefore the killer could sail boats.
Killer and motives
The killer turned out to be Isabella Fairchild.
Jones was surprised when the player commenced an arrest on Isabella, but Isabella told the team that she will not argue or deny that she slew Andrew. Isabella kept on bumping into Andrew at charities and he made fun out of and flirted with Isabella every chance he saw her. Isabella gave in to Andrew after he made enough sexual advances on her, that she could not resist, in turn both Andrew and Isabella started their relationship. Both Andrew and Isabella were regulars at Jezabela's Dungeon, but then outside of the club, Andrew wanted to control Isabella's life in every aspect (such as what she was permitted to eat); she dumped him, but he still would not let go. She decided to see him one last time and that same night, she stole some mead away from Archibald's radar, and reported back to the yacht. Isabella lured him into jumping into the water as part of their "game", but then she turned on the engines of the boat and drove over him.
In court, Isabella admitted to the crime but also ranted that her father said people should not rely on others to fix their problems, which was the driving force behind her killing Andrew. While Judge Hall sentenced Isabella to 12 years in jail (parole eligibility in 6 years), the Judge was saddened that she had to sentence a young woman of such good upbringing due to Isabella resorting to heinous actions to make her voice heard.
- Troubled Waters (Case #43 of Grimsborough)
- All the King's Horses (Case #49 of Grimsborough; mentioned)