4 found executed, fifth wounded

An investigation continues after four people were killed and a fifth injured in an execution-style shooting at a Kingfisher County marijuana farm on Sunday.| MORE | OSBI is investigating what led to four people being shot, killed outside of Hennessey. Below is what we know Tuesday afternoon. The Victims Three men and a woman were executed and a fifth victim was injured in a shooting at a marijuana farm in Kingfisher County. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation did not release the identities of the victims — authorities say the next of kin’s notification is pending due to a significant language barrier — but said they were all Chinese nationals. The fifth victim was taken to a hospital with multiple gunshot wounds, but their condition has not been released. The suspected authorities have not released any information about the suspect and say they believe releasing the suspect’s identity at this point will put more people at risk. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation told KOCO 5 that an arrest warrant has been issued. MORE | Nearby farmer is concerned after quadruple homicide at Oklahoma marijuana farm Where it happened The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says the murders occurred at a 10-acre marijuana farm at 2760 North Road in Kingfisher County, about 15 minutes west of Hennessey and about 2 .4 km from Lacey. What happened? Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation officials say around 5:45 p.m. Sunday, a suspect entered a building at a marijuana farm at 2760 North Road in Kingfisher County. Several employees were in the building at the time, and the suspect was inside for quite some time before authorities said an execution-style shooting began. MORE | Law enforcement officers investigate quadruple homicide in Kingfisher County Three men and a woman, who OSBI said were Chinese nationals, were executed. A fifth victim, also a Chinese national, was injured and taken to a hospital. OSBI officials said an initial investigation shows the quadruple homicide does not appear to be random. Authorities said they believe releasing the suspect’s identity at this time will put more people at risk. “This was certainly not random. This appears to be a deliberate act,” said Brook Arbeitman of the OSBI. “So while I would encourage people to remain vigilant — and I can never say it’s not a danger to the public — it’s certainly not arbitrary.” Other people were on the property but not injured, OSBI said. Monday’s initial OSBI press release said the Kingfisher County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a hostage situation at the marijuana cultivation operation, and deputies later found that four people had been killed. and one was injured.

An investigation continues after four people were killed and a fifth injured in an execution-style shooting Sunday at a marijuana farm in Kingfisher County.

| MORE | OSBI is investigating what led to the shooting of four people outside of Hennessey

Below is what we know as of Tuesday afternoon.

The victims

Three men and a woman were executed and a fifth victim was injured in a shooting at a marijuana farm in Kingfisher County.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation did not release the identities of the victims — authorities say notification of the next of kin is pending due to a significant language barrier — but said they were all Chinese nationals.

The fifth victim was taken to hospital with multiple gunshot wounds, but their condition has not been released.

The suspect

Authorities have not released any information about the suspect, as they believe releasing the suspect’s identity at this point will put more people at risk.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation told KOCO 5 that an arrest warrant has been issued.

| MORE | Nearby farmer concerned after quadruple homicide at Oklahoma marijuana farm

Where it happened

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says the murders occurred at a 10-acre marijuana farm on North 2760 Road in Kingfisher County, about 15 minutes west of Hennessey and about 1.5 miles from Lacey.

What happened

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation officials say around 5:45 p.m. Sunday, a suspect entered a building at a marijuana farm at 2760 North Road in Kingfisher County. Several employees were in the building at the time, and the suspect was inside for quite some time before authorities said an execution-style shooting began.

| MORE | Law enforcement officers investigate quadruple homicide in Kingfisher County

Three men and a woman, all of whom OSBI said were Chinese citizens, were executed. A fifth victim, also a Chinese national, was injured and taken to a hospital.

OSBI officials said an initial investigation shows the quadruple homicide does not appear to be random.

Authorities said they believe releasing the suspect’s identity at this point will put more people at risk.

“This was by no means random. This appears to be a deliberate act,” said OSBI’s Brook Arbeitman. “So while I would encourage people to remain vigilant — and I can never say it’s not a danger to the public — it’s certainly not arbitrary.”

Other people were on the property but not injured, OSBI said.

Monday’s initial OSBI press release said the Kingfisher County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a hostage situation at the marijuana cultivation operation, and deputies later found that four people had been killed and one injured.

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