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Shocking Records Reveal Slain Utah Student & Alleged Killer Used Sugar Daddy App

Slain Utah Student Mackenzie Lueck Wearing Flower Pattern Dress Inset of Mugshot Of Her alleged killer Ayoola Ajayi
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Aug. 1 2019, Published 6:32 p.m. ET

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Shocking police records confirm that slain Utah college student Mackenzie Lueck and her alleged killer were both on dating apps prior to her horrific murder, has learned.

Court documents released this week revealed that Utah authorities carried out 28 search warrants into Lueck’s murder case – and there are two dating apps in particular that they plan to draw evidence from.

Local agencies in Salt Lake City obtained the search warrants showing that both Lueck and her suspected killer, Ayoola Ajayi, used both Tinder and an app called Seeking Arrangements, which is allegedly used for “sugar daddies” seeking “sugar babies.”

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As readers know, Lueck was last seen on June 17 getting out of her Lyft driver’s vehicle and into another vehicle at 3 a.m. in a desolate park in Salt Lake City.

The University of Utah student’s body was then found in early July in the Logan Canyon mountains with her arms tied and a hole in her head.

Lueck’s disappearance drew criticism from the public when it was revealed that the 23-year-old may have been engaging with older men on dating websites. A college friend of the slain student told that it would be “shocking” if she were, in fact, using a sugar daddy app.

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On June 28, Ajayi, 31, was taken into custody and charged with aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping, obstruction of justice and desecration of a body.

Ajayi was accused of selling a mattress during Lueck’s disappearance. His Salt Lake City neighbors told police that they witnessed the murder suspect burning items in his backyard as Lueck’s family and friends were looking for her. Police later confirmed that charred human tissue belonging to Lueck was found in Ajayi's yard.

According to local reports, police have also obtained over 3,000 photos from various places including Ajayi’s home, Lueck’s home and in Logan Canyon.

Since her death, many of Lueck’s family and friends have defended the Utah student.

Her sorority sister, Kennedy Chloe, told that despite the rumors swirling about her sex life, she will be remembered as “the sweetest, most genuine person.”

Additional evidence taken as a result of the search warrants include contents of a garbage bag Ayoola threw away, in addition to his car and a receipt for a gas container he purchased.



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