A man has been charged with the death of University of Utah pupil Mackenzie Lueck. Police charged 31-yr-antique Ayoola Ajayi with annoyed homicide, aggravated kidnapping, and desecration of a frame, Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown announced Friday. A SWAT team arrested Ajayi after a search of his domestic found a sparkling dig on his assets. Neighbors started seeing smoke the day after Lueck disappeared. Investigators found out a grizzly discovery.
“Excavation of the burned vicinity was carried out, which resulted in the locating of numerous charred items that had been consistent with non-public gadgets of Mackenzie Lueck,” Brown said. “Another charred cloth was located, which has now been decided to be human lady tissue.” Through social media and phone statistics, the government decided that Lueck communicated with Ajayi the day before her disappearance. Police stated they were also at the park at the same time. Police stated Ajayi denied having ever met Lueck and said he did not recognize what she looked off. It’s unclear how Lueck and Ajayi knew each other, and the police have no longer decided on a purpose.
Police stated they’d obtained mormore than 200 hints related to the case, and the quest warrant at home was considered one of numerous they’ve served. They also towed an automobile from the property, saying there were objects inside they desired to examine.
“The death of Mackenzie Lueck is devastating news,” University of Utah President Ruth V. Watkins stated in an announcement. “On behalf of the college, I express our heartfelt sympathy to the family, friends, and classmates of Mackenzie at some stage in this callous time.” Dr. G Viswanathan, Chancellor of VIT-AP, signed an agreement with Arizona State University, represented through Dr. Raghu Santhanam, Chair, Department of Information Systems, and Dr. Kay Farris, Senior Associate Dean, Academic Programs, WP Carey School of Business, for an International Dual Degree Programme in Business Analytics, a press release by using VIT-AP stated on Saturday.