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UPDATE: Mackenzie Lueck Is Dead; Police Charge Ayoola Ajayi With Murder

Posted on | June 28, 2019 | Comments Off on UPDATE: Mackenzie Lueck Is Dead; Police Charge Ayoola Ajayi With Murder

Fox News reports:

One person has been taken into custody Friday morning in relation to the disappearance of University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck, Salt Lake City police announced.
Further details on the arrest — which came a day after police finished searching a home whose owner they identified as a person of interest — were not immediately available.
Lueck, 23, was last seen meeting an unknown individual around 3 a.m. on June 17 near a park in Salt Lake City after being dropped off by a Lyft driver.
Salt Lake City police are expected to reveal more about the arrest at a press conference at 1:30 p.m. ET.

UPDATE: Mackenzie Lueck is dead. Ayoola ‘AJ’ Ajayi, 31, has been charged with aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping, obstruction of justice and desecration of a body. DNA evidence confirmed that charred remains found at Ajayi’s home were those of Lueck.


UPDATE II: Background on the accused killer:


Ayoola Ajayi, who has worked as a model, claims to be an IT specialist, and once wrote a novel about a murder, is now accused in the disappearance and murder of 23-year-old University of Utah student MacKenzie Lueck. The California woman was last seen on June 17 after taking an early morning Lyft ride from the Salt Lake City airport to a park in North Salt Lake, where she met someone in another vehicle, according to police.
Chief Mike Brown said police are filing charges of aggravated murder, kidnapping and desecration of a body “in the homicide of MacKenzie Lueck.” The man charged is Ayooli Ajayi, he confirmed. Lueck’s last communications “were with the arrested person,” the chief alled. Police accuse Ajayi, 31, of admitting having some text communications with Lueck, but they said he denied that he had met with her or seen a photo of her despite “having several photos of her and the profile photo.” However, Brown alleged that Ajayi was also seen burning something with gasoline in his yard. According to Brown, a search of the property found a burned area that contained charred items consistent with personal items of Lueck. Horrifically, “female human tissue,” was then also found, and it matched via DNA testing to MacKenzie Lueck.
The location of Lueck’s and Ajayi’s phones pinged at a park within less than a minute of each other, at which time her phone stopped receiving data, said Brown, who added that police would continue investigating Lueck’s death to see if Ajayi allegedly “had help.” . . .
A modeling website in the name of Ayoola Ajayi says he is 31, stands 6 foot 1 inches tall, and has a 45 inch waist. He lists his ethnicity as “Black/African roots.” In posts that are riddled with grammatical and spelling errors, he compared himself to the actor Samuel L. Jackson and described himself as “buffed” and funny. . . .
On LinkedIn and other social sites, Ayoola Ajayi claims to be an IT support specialist. On Facebook, he wrote, “Systems Administrator at Goldman Sachs.”
His LinkedIn page claims he was a “Senior Technical Support Analyst at Dell” based in Salt Lake City, Utah. He says he was employed at Dell as a “technical support analyst” from September 2018 to present and worked as a “mobile tech” for Goldman Sachs from 2017 to present.

UPDATE III: A frightening angle in the case:

A handyman in Utah told Fox News exclusively on Friday the suspect arrested in the murder of a University of Utah student had asked to build a secret, soundproofed room in his home’s basement with hooks on its walls. . . .
Brian Wolf, a local contractor, told Fox News on Friday the individual who owned that home reached out to him in April and asked him to build a “soundproof” room there.
“He slowly added on other requests, like building a secret door and adding hooks to the wall,” Wolf said, explaining how the individual asked him to come to the home and give him an estimate for the potential project.
Wolf added the person said he wanted construction done as soon as possible, “before his girlfriend got back into town.”
The contractor, who owns a home-repair business in Utah, said he was “weirded out” by the whole scenario and turned down the job offer, telling the individual he was too busy. . . .
Meanwhile, a neighbor of the homeowner who is a person of interest told Fox News on Thursday “many women” frequented his home.
“There were always so many women coming in and out at all hours of the night,” the neighbor, who did not want to be identified, told Fox News.

Were these “women coming in and out” prostitutes? As previously reported, Mackenzie was prostituting herself through “sugar baby” sites. Here is a report from Inside Edition on her “seeking arrangements”:


What is defended by Third Wave feminists as “sex work” is always dangeorus work, because the kind of men who pay for such “work” are not generally very nice guys. There are many thousands of college girls involved in this “sugar baby” racket, and in most cases, their parents have no idea how their daughters get their spending money.

These girls are always traveling — you see their Instagram profiles with pictures of them at resort hotels — and how do they afford it? Their parents either don’t care, or are afraid to ask.

Watch your daughters closely, America. Warn them: Don’t be a whore.



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