Second person arrested for obstructing Utah murder investigation
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At the time of his death, Fakatoufifita was on probation for an alcohol-related misdemeanor, as well as a conviction for shoplifting. His family remembers him as a talented piano player who often provided music to the tight-knit Tongan church congregation he was part of in West Valley City.
Fakatoufifita’s family said that he and Holst were engaged to be married on May 4.
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