Wisconsin cornfield shooting: Man turns himself in after four found dead in car

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A father and son are both in custody in connection with the bizarre and violent deaths of four men found fatally shot in an SUV in Wisconsin – when the younger suspect turned himself in to Arizona police, more than a day’s drive from a Midwest crime scene. changed to.

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Antoine Suggs, 38, was detained on Friday in Gilbert, Arizona. Warrants were issued two days ago by the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office in Wisconsin for his arrest and that of his father, 56-year-old Darren Lee McWright, who also uses the surname Osborne.

Mr McWright was arrested Wednesday night in Minnesota – which borders Wisconsin – and is lodged in the Ramsey County Jail in St. Paul. He is charged with four counts of concealment of a corpse.


Among the victims found in the SUV in a Wisconsin cornfield was 30-year-old Nitosha Flug-Presley; her friend Jasmine Christine, Sturm, 30; Sturm’s brother, Matthew Isiah Pettus, 26; and Sturm’s boyfriend, Lois Foreman III. Flug-Presley was from Stillwater and the rest were from St. Paul.

Flugg-Presley and Suggs were, according to the victim’s family, involved in some sort of relationship, and witnesses reported that the night before the bodies were discovered by a farmer in their Dunn County, Wisconsin, St. Paul’s Bar the White. The couple was spotted in Squirrel. Farm. It is about 60 miles east of St. Paul.

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“Investigators said street-camera footage showed a dark SUV outside the white squirrel at around 2:08 p.m. Sunday,” the AP reported. “The passenger side is open and footage shows Sturm running into the vehicle have been shown. Another witness said he saw Flug-Presley, Sturm and Pettus arrive in a black SUV early in the morning, according to the complaint.

According to the complaint, all the four victims were shot once in the head. Flug-Presley was found in the front passenger seat of a 2008 Mercedes Benz GL and the other three victims were in the back seat.

Damon Presley Sr told Minneapolis Star Tribune That father and son were known to his family and that he had not only grown up with McWright but had only recently met him. He saw the suspect about a month ago and Mr McWright offered his condolences on the loss of Mr Presley’s mother last year.

“I just don’t understand,” he told the newspaper on Thursday, adding that he was not aware of any problems between Mr McWright or Mr Suggs and members of his own family.

Mr. Presley said of Mr. Suggs, “he would often hang out with some of my younger cousins,” adding that he “believed that justice was coming.”

Following his arrest in Arizona, Mr. Suggs awaits transportation north.


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