SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — A former professional baseball participant sought in the capturing loss of life of his ex-girlfriend in a Phoenix suburb was observed useless Saturday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the Grand Canyon, law enforcement said.

The system of Charlie Haeger, 37, was found out about 4 p.m. on a path alongside the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in northern Arizona, Sgt. Ben Hoster, a Scottsdale Police Department spokesman mentioned in a statement Saturday night.

A knuckleball pitcher, Haeger performed for the Appalachian League’s Bristol White Sox in the summer months of 2004 – likely 1-6 with a 5.18 Era in 10 starts – and attained the huge leagues two yrs later on.

Law enforcement were in search of Haeger on suspicion of murder and aggravated assault in the deadly taking pictures Friday, Hoster claimed.

The target was discovered by law enforcement Saturday night time as Danielle Breed, 34. Breed owned The Tipsy Coyote Bar and Grill in Scottsdale, the Arizona Republic reported.

Previously Saturday, Haeger’s unoccupied vehicle was uncovered around Flagstaff in northern Arizona, police reported. Flagstaff is 118 miles (190 kilometers) north of Scottsdale.

Drafted by the Chicago White Sox in 2001, Haeger performed 83 innings in the key leagues, going 2-7 with just one preserve and a 5.40 Era in 34 appearances. His occupation bundled stints with the Boston Purple Sox, Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Dodgers companies.