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Nov. 23 (UPI) -- Authorities in Florida on Tuesday arrested a man accused of executing four Chinese nationals on an Oklahoma marijuana grow operation over the weekend during what was reported as a hostage situation. © of U.S. Marshals Police arrested Wu Chen in Florida on Tuesday, days after he was accused of executing four Chinese nationals in Oklahoma on Sunday. Photo courtesy of U.S. Marshals
Officers with the Miami Beach Police Department arrested 45-year-old Wu Chen before 4 p.m. Tuesday, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said in a statement. The suspect is being held at the Miami-Dade County Detention Center awaiting extradition to Oklahoma where he is expected to face murder and shooting with intent to kill charges.
Man arrested after 4 Chinese nationals were 'executed' at Oklahoma pot farm, officials say
A suspect was taken into custody after four people were "executed" at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma over the weekend, authorities said Tuesday. Wu Chen, 45, was arrested in Miami, Florida, just before 4 p.m. when a license plate reader flagged the vehicle he was driving, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said in a statement.Chen was apprehended without incident and is awaiting extradition to Oklahoma, where he is expected to face charges of murder and shooting with intent to kill, the agency said.
Police said Wu was arrested without incident after a tag reader flagged the vehicle he was driving. The arrest occurred hours after the OSBI said it was hunting for man whose identity was withheld out of fear others would be put in danger.
Police said the suspect executed three men and a woman on a marijuana farm in Oklahoma's Kingfisher County, northwest of Oklahoma City, on Sunday.
Deputies with the Kingfisher County Sheriff's Office found the bodies after being called to the farm concerning a hostage situation.
According to authorities, the incident began at about 5:45 p.m. Sunday when the suspect entered a building on North 2760 Road, west of the the small town of Hennessey, where a grow operation was being housed.
"Several employees" were inside when the suspect arrived, the OSBI said, adding he remained on the premises "for a significant amount of time before the executions began."
Arrest warrant issued for friend of North Carolina woman found dead in Cabo San Lucas
Mexican authorities obtained an arrest warrant for a friend of Shanquella Robinson, a 25-year-old woman who was found dead while on vacation in Cabo San Lucas in October. © Provided by UPI News Shanquella Robinson, 25, was found dead at a vacation rental in Cabo San Lucas on Oct. 29. Image courtesy of WCNC/YouTube Mexican prosecutors say Robinson's death was the result of a "direct attack" and one of her female friends was involved, according to CNN. Robinson was on vacation with six friends, arriving in Cabo on Oct. 28. She was found dead at a vacation rental on Oct. 29, her father Bernard Robinson said.
Deputies also found a fifth victim who was wounded and air-lifted to a metro hospital. The extent of their injuries was unknown.
The OSBI has identified all victims as Chinese nationals, adding next of kin notification was pending due to "a significant language barrier."
The OSBI said assistance was requested in the case by the Kingfisher County Sheriff's Office after the four bodies were found.
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