A suspect has been arrested in connection to the alleged homicide of Aaron Lowe, a University of Utah soccer participant who shot and killed at a home celebration final week, authorities stated Sunday.

Buk M. Buk, 22, was situated in Draper, a metropolis about 19 miles south of Salt Lake City, early Sunday after a weeklong investigation into the taking pictures, the Salt Lake Police Department said in a press release. Buk was taken into custody and questioned earlier than his arrest.


Lowe, 21, was shot at a home celebration early on Sept. 26 after different, uninvited friends have been requested to go away, police beforehand stated. A second individual, a 20-year-old girl, was additionally shot on the celebration. Police stated she underwent intensive surgical procedure and remained in essential situation on Sunday.

The celebration was thrown within the Sugar House neighborhood hours after the Utes beat Washington State 24-13.

While no arrests have been instantly made after the taking pictures, police stated suggestions had given detectives a number of potential leads.

“In a time of need, we turned to our community,” police Chief Mike Brown stated in a written assertion. “We asked people to come forward and to share the information they had. Because of those tips and the unrelenting pursuit of justice from our homicide detectives, we have arrested the person accused of murdering Aaron Lowe.” 

Buk was booked into Salt Lake County Jail on expenses of aggravated homicide, tried homicide and felony discharge of a firearm.

Lowe was the first recipient of the Ty Jordan Memorial Scholarship in 2021.

Lowe was the primary recipient of the Ty Jordan Memorial Scholarship in 2021.
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Lowe was the primary recipient of the Ty Jordan Memorial Scholarship, voted on by the workforce. Jordan was additionally killed in a gun-related incident. Lowe switched his jersey quantity to 22 to honor Jordan.

Lowe was an all-district security in Texas earlier than becoming a member of the Utes, the place he was named the Pac-12 freshman of the 12 months and led all freshmen nationally in speeding yards per recreation earlier than he was killed. 

“He was so amazing in so many ways,” Lowe’s triplet brother Erin informed FOX4 Dallas-Fort Worth final week. “Somebody so young, doing so good in his life can be taken away by a senseless crime.”

Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos and The Associated Press contributed to this report.