SALT LAKE CITY — Formal charges were filed by the Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office Wednesday against three men who were allegedly involved in a shooting in downtown Salt Lake City that left one man dead.
FOX 13 News initially reported that there was a fight between multiple people who had walked out of the convention center when the victim, identified at 41-year-old Deliford Knight, was shot and killed.
The fight originated from a scam scheme called "3-shell Monte" that Knight and his friends had been engaging in at different conventions. When one of the suspects lost the game, a fight ensued.
New charging documents report Kug eventually took out a handgun and shot Knight in the street before all three suspects ran off.
After the shooting, Kug and Riak allegedly rummaged through Knight's pockets and took what appeared to be a wad of cash.