The man who is suspected in a deadly carjacking close to the University of Utah grounds Monday night has a criminal history in Alabama.
Austin Jeffery Boutain, 24, has been charged eight times in Marion County since 2015. His charges incorporate burglary, assembling of a controlled substance, endeavor to escape police, and neglecting to enlist as a sex guilty party. Of those charges, court records indicate he conceded to burglary and sex guilty party infringement.
A statewide manhunt began Monday night for Boutain, after a lady went to the school grounds and said her better half – who she recognized as Boutain- – assaulted her while they were enjoying nature, the Salt Lake Tribune announced.
She likewise told police her significant other executed somebody amid a carjacking prior that night.
The daily paper revealed Boutain has tattoos all over, neck, and arms, and was most recently seen wearing a dark coat, dark pants and beanie.
A few offices, including specialists from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, were looking for Boutain early Tuesday. Experts have not discharged the name of the carjacking casualty, or said whether that individual was an understudy at the college.
The school said on Twitter around 3 a.m. the grounds lockdown was lifted, and anybody requiring a place to stay ought to go to the Marriott Library. Tuesday classes were crossed out.