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Searchers Find Evidence Of Man Who Shot State Ranger

Canyonlands National Park

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The search for the man who shot Utah state park ranger Brody Young continues. A rifle, backpack and bloody article of clothing believed to belong to Lance Arellano, who was shot by Young, have been found, but Arellano remains at large. Police consider Arellano to be armed and dangerous, if he's still alive. Although he may still be in the backcountry, it's also possible that he slipped through the perimeter or died after numerous days without food or the proper clothing for the conditions. On Tuesday, Arellano was charged in court with attempted aggravated murder. Young remains in the hospital in critical but stable condition; cards to him may be sent to his brother at the following address: Ranger Brody Young, #454, 1192 E. Draper Parkway, Draper, UT 84020. The NPS is continuing to provide support to the search operation due to rangers’ local area knowledge and river and communication capabilities. For additional details, including a photo of Arellano, click on the link below to a current KSL News story.



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