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Suspect in University of Utah shooting has Tri-State connection

Austin Boutain is considered armed and dangerous, police warn. (Provided by Salt Lake City Police Twitter account) Austin Boutain is considered armed and dangerous, police warn. (Provided by Salt Lake City Police Twitter account)
Austin Boutain pictured in his 2015 mug shot at the Hamilton County jail (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Austin Boutain pictured in his 2015 mug shot at the Hamilton County jail (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The suspect in a fatal carjacking near the University of Utah has a Tri-State connection.

Austin J. Boutain, 24, was arrested after a 15 hour manhunt around Salt Lake City.

Police believe Boutain fatally shot 23-year-old student ChenWei Guo Monday night. Authorities later announced that he and his wife, Kathleen E. Boutain, are also wanted in a homicide in Golden, Colorado, last week.

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Boutain has a tattoo covering the front of his neck and one down his left arm onto his hand, according to police.

He lived in Cincinnati's West Side as recently as 2015, according to Hamilton County court records.

Boutain pleaded guilty in May 2015 to obstructing official business. A charge of disorderly conduct was dismissed.

He was accused of running from officers during an investigation on the 13th floor at Good Samaritan Hospital, "causing alarm to patients and employees," Cincinnati District 5 Police wrote in a May 2, 2015 criminal complaint in Hamilton County Municipal Court.

Boutain "thought he was wanted out of Mississippi," police wrote. 

At the time, Boutain's address was listed in court records as the 1900 block of Westwood Northern Boulevard in Millvale.

He served one day in jail and was fined $110, records indicate. He has not paid the fine, and a collection agency is now involved to collect the $110 and now a $33 collection fee, records show.

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