Police said one person died after a shooting near the University of Utah campus on Monday night.
Jail documents released late Tuesday say 24-year-old Austin Boutain told police he fired two rounds at an unidentified woman as she ran away after he shot student CheinWei Guo (CHEN-way GOW), who is from China.
The City of Golden spokeswoman Karlyn Tilley said investigators are not sure how Ingle and the Boutains are related.
Friends say the 23-year-old smiled easily, loved to dance and could be found trekking canyons around Salt Lake City, like the one where his body was found Monday night. The police presence on campus has been increased.
Both Austin Boutain and his wife, Kathleen, are in custody, police said.
A 24-year-old ex-convict is suspected of shooting the student to death after demanding Guo's auto, according to Utah authorities.
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Red Butte Canyon is closed Tuesday as officers continue to search campus and the general area, though Pershing says they believe the university grounds are secure.
Guo, one of thousands of global students at the University of Utah, came to the U.S.in 2012 and dreamed of owning his own consulting company.
Rachel Tam of Pleasant Grove, Utah, said Tuesday that Guo was a member of the Mormon church and served as a missionary in Provo.
University officials canceled Tuesday classes.
The Deseret News reports that the university sent an alert at 9 pm to students and staff to take shelter and remain inside campus.