Man sought in Moab slaying outside Denny’s

Andrew Curtis



An arrest warrant was issued Monday in the fatal stabbing of a man outside a Moab, Utah, restaurant early Sunday, Moab Police Chief Mike Navarre said.

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 altercation 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 with 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 about two hours later at Allen Memorial Hospital.

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


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