SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Authorities are searching for a Saratoga Springs man suspected of shooting a man over a business dispute.
Saratoga Springs police were searching Monday morning for 36-year-old Ryan Holladay.
Investigators say Holladay got into a business disagreement Sunday night with another man in Bluffdale.
Holladay then allegedly fired a handgun multiple times, hitting the victim in the arm and torso.
Police Chief Andrew Burton says the victim was hospitalized in stable condition.
Officers checked Holladay’s home but he was not there.
He is described as 6 feet tall, 235 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes. He is believed to be driving a 2017 black Ford F-350 pickup truck with Utah license plate 8D4VD.
Today’s Top Stories
- State parks hope to have new ‘glamping’ campsites available for busy Memorial Day weekend
- Utah’s number of deaths from COVID-19 jumps to 8
- Utah Utes let go of Coach K after 10 seasons
- Second Amendment rally at state capitol to push back against new gun laws
- New dress guidelines announced for male missionaries — in some areas
- Democrats planning to boycott Senate Judiciary vote to advance Barrett nomination
- Tooele School District employees will repay $10K for travel
- Lori Vallow Daybell’s bond reduces to $1 million in Idaho
- ‘Golden Girls’ recast with Black cast including Tracee Ellis Ross and Regina King
- A wrap-up of Utah election results — and the races we can’t call yet