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Bountiful police have identified Sione Mangisi as the man who died after a fight in front of a home.

Police arrested Heneli (Henry) Kalainiski Kaufusi, 35, for allegedly killing Mangisi, 37, Wednesday afternoon in front of the Bountiful home where Mangisi's ex-wife and children live.

Police Lt. Dave Edwards said Kaufusi also lives in the home, which is in the 3500 block of Lexington Drive.

On Wednesday afternoon, officers responded to a 911 call about two men fighting outside the home. The caller reported that Kaufusi was standing over the other and that he was allegedly "swinging at" and "stomping" the victim, according to a jail document.

Kaufusi also allegedly threw Mangisi into the street, where he got back on his feet, the jail document adds.

When an officer arrived, he saw Kaufusi with bloody hands and clothing, a ripped tank top and a cut under one of his eyes. Both men were placed in handcuffs.

"Medical attention was provided to [Mangisi] as all officers on scene were concerned that he could have a major head injury based on the amount of trauma to the face and head that we observed," the jail document reads. Kaufusi was also treated at the scene.

A medical helicopter was called but did not transfer Mangisi; he died after it had been called.

Police believe Mangisi came to the home to see his children, but they do not know what sparked the confrontation, Edwards said.

Officers arrested Kaufusi and booked him into the Davis County Jail under suspicion of murder. As of Thursday afternoon, Kaufusi had not been charged in 2nd District Court.

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