Suspect in murder arrested out of state
A Castle Shannon man wanted in the stabbing death of an Upper St. Clair man in August is believed to have been arrested out of state.
Upper St. Clair police said they received information Friday that Jonathan David Bouldin, 35, was in police custody and were attempting to confirm the information.
They did not specify who supplied the information, where Bouldin is being held or the circumstances of the arrest. A news conference is scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday at the Upper St. Clair Police Department.
Bouldin has been at large since Aug. 8, when police believe he killed Tony Keele, 35, of Upper St. Clair in a house Keele shared with Patricia Keele, his mother, and Robyn Stubenraugh, 22, his girlfriend.
Stubenraugh had lived with Bouldin for a couple of months until Aug. 3, when she moved her personal belongings from Bouldin's apartment to Keele's house, police said.
Police said Bouldin entered the home and accosted Stubenraugh, and Keele intervened. Bouldin stabbed Keele in the chest, back and arms, then fled, police said.
Bouldin's father lives in Tennessee, his stepmother lives in South Dakota, and his ex-wife and daughter live in Connecticut, according to police. At the time of the attack, Bouldin was on parole for having slashed two people with a box cutter during a bar fight in Meadville, Crawford County, in 1998.