This story courtesy of KSL.com.
PINEDALE, Wyo. — One suspect in an alleged Centerville kidnapping case earlier this week has turned himself in to Wyoming police, but his son remained at large Saturday.
Flint Harrison, 51, turned himself to Sublette County Sheriff’s Office in Wyoming at about 1:45 a.m. Saturday morning, Centerville Police Lt. Von Steenblik said.
Sgt. Katherine Peterson of the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office said Harrison turned himself in unarmed and began working with investigators to help locate his son, who is also wanted by Centerville police.
Peterson said she was unsure how the suspects ended up in Wyoming since all indications were that both men were still in Utah.
“It was quite a surprise when the father showed up this morning and turned himself in,” she said.
Peterson said the other suspect, Dereck Harrison, 22, is believed to be near Half Moon Lake in Sublette County, Wyoming — a wooded camping area a few miles northeast of Pinedale, where Flint Harrison turned himself in.