Second LSU student arrested for principle to attempted first-degree murder
BATON ROUGE, LA — A second LSU student was arrested yesterday afternoon for his alleged involvement with a fellow student accused of firing a gun several times at her mother.
The LSU Police Department reports that Nathan Andrew Yuhas, of Conshohocken, Pa., was arrested on Tuesday, Oct. 9 for Principle to Attempted First-Degree Murder.
Yuhas was implicated because he was found in Nicole Boover’s vehicle on the morning that she allegedly fired a gun several times at her mother in her home in New Orleans. Boover then fled to Baton Rouge and was located at her on-campus residence.
“Our investigators followed up with the male suspect later that evening and based on that interview he was able to give more information to our investigators about the incident,” Cpt. Cory Lalonde, LSU Police Department, explained. “That information was given to the New Orleans Police Department and based on that they were able to get an arrest warrant for him as well.”
Nicole Boover was arrested several hours prior to Yuhas and was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison for Attempted First-Degree Murder and Simple Possession of Marijuana.
The New Orleans Police Department is the primary agency in this investigation.