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University of Utah Student Killed Outside of Dorm

26 October, 2018, 11:11 | Author: Ted Wilson
  • Melvin Rowland

University Police Chief Dale Brophy said the case was passed on to a detective working with Lauren, according to ABC News. The texts said Rowland was dead and that it was her fault. A campus vigil has been scheduled for 5 PM on Wednesday.

McCluskey's relatives told KSTU that she and Rowland had dated for about a month before she learned about his past and ended their relationship on October 9. Mitchell spoke to reporters after the game explaining his decision to honor McCluskey.

Initial reports of the shooting sparked panic on the Salt Lake City campus.

While officers were aware Rowland was a registered sex offender, Brophy said he did not know if the department was aware that he was on parole at the time.

The recordings of five parole hearings from 2010 to 2018 released by the Utah Board of Parole and Pardons show that officials repeatedly expressed concerns about Rowland's manipulative behaviour and his inability to stop going online to meet women. She would attend the University of Utah, where she once again excelled as a student and an athlete.

McCluskey, 21, apparently had a dispute with the man, identified as Melvin Rowland, 37, university Police Lt. Brian Wahlin said.

On October 13, Brophy said McCluskey told police she paid someone $1,000 to prevent revealing photos of her from being posted online.

Asked about the October 10 incident when McCluskey asked for help retrieving her vehicle, Brophy said police "are still working on tracking that report down, whether it was us or another agency". "We have university counselors and psychologists on standby to support Lauren's teammates, coaches and friends".

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In this August 30, 2017 photo, provided by the University of Utah, shows Lauren McCluskey, a member of the University of Utah cross country and track and field team, runs in Salt Lake City.

University of Utah President Ruth Watkins has ordered independent investigations to look into campus safety and police protocols. However, he was only a part-time student at the school for two semesters in 2003-2004 and didn't declare a major, university spokesman Chris Nelson said. "Start to be a better role model in the community, go the extra mile to help someone in need, be there for each other", she said. She also said Lauren had blocked Rowland's phone number, as well as the number of his friends, after reporting harassment to university police.

Hundreds gathered at the University of Utah Wednesday night to pay tribute to slain student athlete Lauren McCluskey.

McCluskey's mother said she had been in the phone with her daughter Monday night when she heard her yell, "No, no, no!"

Lauren's body was found in the backseat of a auto on the campus.

A university statement said campus police responded to a call about 8:20 p.m. about a possible abduction in a parking lot outside a residence hall.

In high school, McCluskey was the Washington state champion in the high jump and held her high school's 100-meter hurdles record, the statement from her mother said. When the campus lockdown was lifted, police tweeted that they believed the suspect had left the area and was no longer a threat to the campus. Austin Boutain, the shooter, was sentenced to life in prison without parole in September.



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