UPDATE: 4/4/22 11:03 a.m.

DRAPER, Utah (ABC4) – Draper City Police have released information that the second victim of the shooting outside of an Airbnb Sunday morning has succumbed to his injuries and passed away.

The victims have been identified as 27-year-old Austin Terry Powell and 21-year-old Jonathan July Fuentes.

Draper Police offer their sincere condolences to family and loved ones.

Detectives are currently working leads and ask the public to call (801) 840-4000 with any potential information.

ORIGINAL POST: 4/3/22 11:52 a.m.

DRAPER, Utah (ABC4) – A fight broke out outside of an Airbnb rental early Sunday morning, and Draper City Police report that one man was killed and another is in critical condition after the altercation turned into a shooting.

Draper Police report that they received a call just before 1 a.m. Sunday morning regarding the shooting, which reportedly occurred as the party was breaking up.

The fight broke out in the street outside of 11464 Cranberry Hill Ct., and the incident left one man dead while another was taken to Intermountain Medical Center in Murray in critical condition.

Both victims are men in their 20s.

Draper Police say that they have a prime suspect, described as a Hispanic male with face tattoos, one of which reads “801.”

The suspect is still at large, according to police.

Anyone with information regarding the incident should contact Draper Police at (801) 576-6500.

This investigation is ongoing.

The official statement from airbnb sent to ABC4 reads as follows:

We join the Draper community in condemning this senseless gun violence. We ban parties, and we have removed the booking guest from our platform as we conduct a thorough investigation. We have also reached out to the leadership of the Draper Police Department to offer our assistance as they work to find the person responsible for this criminal act.

Additional background:

  • We have deactivated the listing as we conduct our investigation
  • We can confirm this was an unauthorized party — meaning the host was not aware of the party and did not consent to it