New information surfaces on the quadruple marijuana farm murders

In November, four Chinese citizens were murdered on a 10-acre marijuana farm west of Hennessey, Oklahoma. Authorities say the killings were committed execution-style.

It was not long until Wu Chen, 45, was named a suspect and detained by Miami law enforcement in Miami-Dade county, Florida. He was located via a car tag reader.

The suspect faces shooting with intent to kill and murder charges according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations.

The homicide victims include one woman and three men. Another victim was found at the scene with two gunshot wounds and airlifted to the hospital.

According to OSBI, the suspect was within the building for quite a while before the killings, and at this time, it is not believed that this was a random incident.

New information surfaced regarding a second arrest. According to investigators, the marijuana farm license may have been obtained through fraud. (KFOR)

The second suspect, Kevin Pham, 46, is considered the “go-to man” for the growers and was recently arrested for drug and fraud charges. According to reports, Pham is allegedly fraudulently connected to over 63 Oklahoma farms.

Pham licenses are reportedly not active after surrendering them to OBN.

Currently, OSBI is continuing investigations on this quadruple murder case.


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