4 Persons Were Slain at an Oklahoma Marijuana Grow Facility

4 Persons Were Slain at an Oklahoma Marijuana Grow Facility

According to the state’s bureau of inquiry, four individuals were discovered dead, and one other person was injured at a marijuana growing business in Kingfisher County on Sunday night. As a result, authorities in Oklahoma are looking for a suspect.

According to Captain Stan Florence of the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation, the victims were located when the Kingfisher County Sheriff’s Department arrived at the scene of a purported hostage situation on Sunday.

Florence claimed he was unaware of the injured person’s condition even though they had been flown to an Oklahoma City hospital for treatment. Florence stated that although authorities “have a suspect in mind,” they don’t think the person is still in the vicinity following a nightlong search with ground investigators, drones, and helicopters.

According to Florence, investigators try to piece together what transpired but think the victims and suspect were acquainted. “They are all acquainted. Although we don’t know if they are relatives or coworkers, Florence noted that these people were undoubtedly acquainted with one another.

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According to Florence, the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics also looks into the expanding enterprise. It wasn’t immediately apparent whether the business had a licence and was legitimate. In Oklahoma, medical marijuana is accepted. To the northwest of Oklahoma City is Kingfisher County.