Man wanted in connection with Moab slaying

An arrest warrant has issued in the fatal stabbing of a man outside a Moab restaurant early Sunday, Moab Police Chief Mike Navarre said this morning.

Andrew Todd Curtis, 34, of Moab, is wanted on suspicion of murder, aggravated assault, and possession of a weapon by a restricted person, stemming from an incident at Denny’s, 989 N. Main St.

Authorities were called around 2:40 a.m. Sunday to the parking lot of the restaurant, where emergency responders found 32-year-old William Paul Tague had suffered multiple stab wounds. The suspected assailant fled the area before police arrived, Navarre said in a news release.

Tague, a Denver resident, was pronounced dead just over two hours later at Allen Memorial Hospital.

Curtis is believed to still be in the Moab area, Navarre said in the release.

Read the full story in Tuesday’s Daily Sentinel.

 



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