UPDATE: (May 15, 1:50 p.m.) -- Even though the suspected gunman has yet to be arrested, official charges were filed against him on Wednesday, court documents state
Ryan Holladay, 36, has been charged with five counts of felony discharge of a firearm and one count of using a firearm by a restricted person.
Court documents state that Holladay had been hired by Cody Steiner and his wife to do landscape work. An argument ensued between the couple and Holladay, resulting in Steiner suing the 36-year-old.
On Sunday, Holladay approached Steiner at his residence saying he wanted to "mediate" the situation. He then drew a gun from his pocket and fired multiple shots at Steiner, court documents state.
Two shots hit Steiner: one grazed his rib cage and the other pass all the way through his bicep. Police found 9 mm shell casings inside Holladay's truck.
(KUTV) -- The man accused of shooting a person during a business dispute in Bluffdale on Sunday has yet to be arrested, Sgt. Merrick Pack with the Saratoga Springs Police Department confirmed.
Shortly after 9:30 p.m., 36-year-old Ryan Holladay went to the victim's home to discuss payment for landscape work he had completed.
After a short conversation, Holladay allegedly fired six shots. According to police, the 34-year-old man was struck twice; once in the arm and once in the torso.
Holladay fled the scene in a black 2017 Ford pickup truck, which was found abandoned at the Salt Lake City International Airport on Monday.
The victim was rushed to a nearby fire station, where he was treated by paramedics and later transported to the Intermountain Medical Center in Murray.
As of Sunday night, the victim was in stable condition.
Anyone with information regarding this incident or Holladay's whereabouts is asked to contact the Saratoga Springs and Bluffdale Police Department at 801-766-6503.