An arrest has been made in the shooting deaths of four people found inside an SUV in a Wisconsin cornfield on Sunday.
A farmer working in a cornfield on Sunday discovered the abandoned SUV parked about 50 yards off the road in the small town of Sheridan, Wisconsin.
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The victims were identified as Nitosha Flug-Presley, 30; Matthew Pettus, 26; Loyace Foreman III, 35, and his girlfriend Jasmine Christine Sturm, 30, all from Twin Cities, Minnesota.
Saint Paul police arrested Darren Lee McWright, 56, and charged him with four counts of hiding a corpse in Wisconsin, according to KSTP.
McWright, of St. Paul, is currently being held in the Ramsey County Jail, awaiting extradition to Dunn County.
A second suspect, Antoine Suggs, 38, of St. Paul, is still at large and is considered armed and dangerous.
Dunn County Sheriff Kevin Bygd announced McWright's arrest late Thursday at a press conference. Bygd says more charges are expected as the investigation continues.
So far, the sheriff says there's no clear motive in the case. He said Suggs grew up with the victims in the same Twin Cities neighborhood.
The cornfield is located 75 miles away from where the four friends were last seen at a bar in St. Paul on Saturday night.
Witnesses said the four friends left the bar and got into a black SUV with someone late Saturday. A second SUV was seen following the first SUV, according to the sheriff.
Bygd said the victims were killed at another location, then the bodies were driven to the cornfield where the SUV was abandoned. The killer left the scene in the second SUV.