SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Feb. 13, 2016 (Gephardt Daily) — A man arrested in Millard County for threatening employees at a gas station has now been charged in the death of a Salt Lake City woman.
Mustafa Aldoma, 26, was formally charged Friday with murder, aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping in the death of 39-year-old Shellice Geter.
Charging documents state that deputies became alarmed while Aldoma was in custody after an altercation with gas station employees in Millard County. While in custody, Aldoma
made a statement to a clinical nurse at the jail that he had killed a woman. During a search of the vehicle he was driving, deputies found a bag of methamphetamine, a bag of marijuana, prescription medication, drug paraphernalia, and another person’s ID.
According to Salt Lake City Police Det. Richard Chipping, the Millard County Sheriff’s office called Salt Lake City Police Jan. 28 indicating it had a man in custody who was in possession of a vehicle registered to a woman who lived in Salt Lake.
When Salt Lake City Police contacted the owner of the vehicle, she told officers she was concerned about her granddaughter, who has previously been in possession of the vehicle.
“When officers arrived at Geter’s home, located at 557 Sir Anthony Drive, and no one answered, they gained entry and found Geter, deceased inside the home.” Chipping said.
The manner in which Geter was killed has not been disclosed.
Aldoma has been in custody on suspicion of murder since his arrest in January.