A professional bullfighter is said to have been shot dead by his girlfriend after competing in a tournament in Utah on Monday, and now she’s behind bars and in custody. bound in killing him.
Known professionally as “Angeles Mitchell,” Demetrius Omar Lateef Allen, 27, was discovered with “at least one gunshot wound” outside the apartment of LaShawn Denise Bagley, 21. , follow Fox 13 Now.
He is survived by a 4-year-old daughter, whose mother is his previous partner, Nyteshea Haywood.
Once again, girlfriend once again charged with murder after professional bullrider murder
Bagley has since been charged with first-degree murder and third-degree felony shooting.
Before his death, Allen had come to Salt Lake City from Houston to compete in chariots at the Wyoming State Fair, and would stay with Begley during that time.
Salt Lake City police described their relationship as “once again off again”
Pro Bull Rider, Demetrius Omar Lateef Allen aka Ouncie Mitchell was killed in Utah Monday night in what Salt Lake City police called a domestic violence murder. https://t.co/YGwne2noAn pic.twitter.com/fa2ddrKMPd
– Texas Tenn Radio (@TennTexasRadio) September 12, 2022
The couple actually attended the fair and cycled together and then left to go to a nearby bar where they got into an argument.
Allen allegedly said he wanted to go back to her place to get his things and leave, police said, and was shot dead after returning to Bagley’s apartment, court documents read.
An investigation found it took place in the apartment’s parking lot, with “no indication of forcible entry or attempted forcible entry,” police continued. .
Allen never attempted to rape Bagley’s apartment, despite the fact that she shot him through the glass door
A witness also told police that Allen did not attempt to enter Bagley’s apartment.
Evidence shows that she fired multiple bullets through the window, and hit Allen in the body according to a report obtained FOX 13.
Allen was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was later pronounced dead, according to reports.
Ouncie Mitchell stole the show when he completed a ranked 8 second ride to win the Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo! Will we see a regular Pendleton Whiskey Velocity Tour in Tryon, NC, June 25-26? pic.twitter.com/O1Gdf3YwIX
– PBR (@PBR) June 20, 2021
The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association ranked Allen 23rd in the world as a bullfighter.
Slain Bull Rider ranked 23rd in the world at the time of his death, described as a “talented cowboy”
Professional Bull Riders commissioner and CEO Sean Gleason called Ouncie “a talented cowboy”, and said it was puzzling that he died, adding that “he’s going to take his shirt off for good.” anyone, why did you take his life?”
“I don’t get it, and I don’t know how long it will take,” Mitchell said. “The guy who shows his back, why did you take his life?
Every time I put my hand on a rope from now on, he will be right in my mind. He is a person in life, a family member and a friend, and more than that, a brother.”
Gleason noted the meaning behind Allen’s nickname “Ouncie Mitchell.”
Underdog Ouncie Mitchell hopes Days of 47 is a stepping stone to success https://t.co/dVwtLDiccE pic.twitter.com/TsH1lmTgIL
– Locks and Bulls (@BucklesandBulls) July 17, 2018
Gleason said: “Ouncie was named because he was born young. “He grew up to play with a big heart.”
Girlfriend Detained at Salt Lake County Metro Jail without bond, Investigation underway
Meanwhile, authorities called the incident isolated and said it was related to a domestic dispute between Bagley and Allen, and “there is no threat to the public at this time. “
Bagley is being held at the Salt Lake County Metro Jail without bond.
An investigation into the fatal shooting is still underway, according to Salt Lake City Police Department detectives.
This is the 10th homicide in Salt Lake City in 2022.