Salt Lake City murder suspect arrested

By ABC 4 News

Published 01/11 2014 09:25AM

Updated 01/11 2014 09:36AM

Natalie Fern Bluehouse
Natalie Fern Bluehouse/Courtesy Salt Lake County Jail
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) -- A woman suspected of killing a man outside of a Salt Lake City homeless shelter has been arrested, according to Salt Lake City Police.

Natalie Fern Bluehouse was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder in the Nov. 20 death of  Willie D. Hollingsworth, 49. Hollingsworth was found stabbed near a downtown homeless shelter at 210 Rio Grande St. and later died from his injuries.

According to a probable cause affidavit, witnesses placed Hollingsworth and Bluehouse together on the day of the homicide, telling investigators that Bluehouse was intoxicated and had been threatening Hollingsworth.

Bluehouse allegedly agreed to turn herself in to police on Friday. The police affidavit states that Bluehouse admitted to being intoxicated and to stabbing Hollingsworth.

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