The man was arrested on Tuesday in connection with killings of four Chinese citizens at a marijuana plant in Oklahoma, which investigators described as “executions,” officials said.
One person was also left injured in Sunday Incident, Oklahoma State Bureau of The investigation said.
Wu Chen, 45, was taken into custody. in Miami Beach, Florida, Tuesday, according to law enforcement.
“Chen will face Murder and shooting with charges of intent to kill,” the OSBI said in a statement. in statement. “He is awaiting extradition to Oklahoma.” It wasn’t right away clear Did the suspect have a lawyer?
Police in Miami arrested Chen after his vehicle was tagged car tag reader by connecting it to an outstanding order in Oklahoma, the report said.
The investigation began on Sunday, when Kingfisher County deputies were summoned in connection with a report on the hostage situation and found three men as well as one woman dead as well as one person was injured, OSBI said, noting that they believe attack did not have random.
Wounded man – also Chinese national – was taken to Oklahoma City Hospital. for treatment, but Florence said he didn’t know them current status.
Investigators are trying to piece together what happened, OSBI Capt. Stan Florence said on Monday, but believes the victims and the suspect knew each other.
“All of them know each other. [We] not know if they are related, know if they are colleagues, but we are sure that all these people were familiar with each other,” said Florence.
Oklahoma Bureau of The drugs were also on place to investigate the growing operation, according to Florence. It wasn’t right away clear if the operation was legal and licensed. Medical marijuana is legal in Oklahoma.
Kingfisher County is in the northwest of Oklahoma City.