1 dead in University of Utah shooting, suspect on the loose

Police respond to report of shooting on U of U campus

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A Utah nurse who was arrested for refusing to let a police officer draw blood from an unconscious patient is settling with Salt Lake City and the university that runs the hospital for $500,000.

The suspect is Austin Boutain, police said.

Police are on the lookout for the suspect, 24-year-old Austin Boutain, who they believe fled into the surrounding foothills.

Commuter train services were suspended near the school, local media reported. His wife was in custody, but at the time authorities were still searching for Boutain. Finding the door unlocked, they entered and found a 63-year-old white man dead in the bathroom, Harvey said. The couple also were wanted for questioning in connection to the death of a man several days ago in Golden, Colo., according to University of Utah Police Chief Dale Brophy.

University officials canceled Tuesday classes.

The documents also say Boutain acknowledged taking three guns from a home in Colorado.

Rachel Tam of Pleasant Grove, Utah, said Tuesday that Guo was a member of the Mormon church and served as a missionary in Provo. The university identified the victim as ChenWei Guo, an global student from China.

His friend, 24-year-old Rachel Tam of Pleasant Grove, Utah, said Guo baptized her cousin into the faith and would speak in a moving and powerful way about his beliefs.

Authorities searched the University of Utah campus and the nearby mountains, but called off the searches on Tuesday. "We are sending out our heartfelt and earnest prayers".

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