Arizona man who slaughtered 4 victims in cornfield told dad he ‘snapped and shot a couple of people’

30 days ago

Maricopa County news, Arizona news.

An Arizona man who surrendered to authorities last week over a quadruple homicide has reportedly told his father that he “snapped and shot a couple of people.”

The bodies of four people have been discovered in an abandoned SUV in a cornfield on Sept. 12. All victims were shot to the head.

Police have arrested 56-year-old Darren McWright and charged him with four counts of hiding a corpse after detectives determined he knew about his 38-year-old son’s crime and gave him a ride back to St. Paul from the cornfield in Dunn Co.

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  • Antoine Suggs turned himself in and was charged with four counts of second-degree intentional murder without premeditation.

    Witnesses and surveillance footage revealed that the murders were committed shortly after an argument with one of the victims in a St. Paul bar.

    The suspect had also driven the SUV and stopped in several gas stations with the slain corpses inside the vehicle. Detectives found blood in a parking lot where Suggs’ SUV had stopped.