Charges: Man "snapped," killed 4, then left bodies in field

NS. PAUL, Minnesota (AP) - An Arizona man who allegedly told his father that he "shot and shot a few people" was charged with murder Tuesday about a week after four bodies were found in an abandoned SUV in western Wisconsin were a criminal complaint.
Antoine Suggs, 38, of Scottsdale, Arizona, is being indicted on four counts of premeditated second degree murder. Suggs surrendered to Gilbert, Arizona police last week after investigators announced that he was wanted for questioning. He remains detained in Arizona pending extradition to Minnesota.
Suggs' father, 56-year-old Darren McWright, who also goes by the surname Osborne, was charged with four cases of hiding a body in Wisconsin. The Minnesota complaint against Suggs does not name McWright as Suggs' father, but comparing the details with the Wisconsin charges shows that the two men are father and son. Ramsey County prosecutors say they are reviewing McWright's case.
The bodies of Matthew Pettus, 26, his half-sister Jasmine Sturm, 30, and Sturm's friend, 35-year-old Loyace Foreman III, all from St. Paul; and a close friend of Sturm, 30-year-old Nitosha Flight-Presley of Stillwater, Minnesota, were killed about 60 miles on September 12 by a farmer in a corn field outside the town of Sheridan, Dunn County, Wisconsin. found (97 kilometers) east of St. Paul.
Authorities said all four had gunshot wounds to their heads. Nitosha Flug-Presley, who was in the passenger seat, had been shot in the mouth, Pettus had two gunshot wounds to the back of the head, Foreman had one gunshot wound to the face and another gunshot wound to the top of the head, and Sturm had a gunshot wound to the left cheek it in the ad.
Authorities said in court documents that Suggs was seen in a St. Paul bar with Flight Presley, Storm and Pettus on Sept. 12, and that Suggs would fly in from Arizona to see them.
According to the criminal complaint against Suggs, a clerk in a bar saw a woman who looked like Aviation Presley arguing with a man whom the clerk identified as Suggs from a photo constellation. The agent said Suggs said something about "having six children and that happens every time he returns to Minnesota," the complaint read.
Flight Presley, Pettus and Sturm were then seen getting into a black SUV, the complaint said. The SUV and Suggs returned to the area just before 3 a.m. Investigators believe Suggs killed the four victims in St. Paul sometime between 3:30 a.m. and 3:48 a.m. vehicle.
Suggs then called his father and showed up around 5am to where his father was. Suggs then drove the SUV from St. Paul to Wisconsin, and Suggs ‘father followed him. They stopped at various gas stations - surveillance videos from a station in St. Paul show Suggs driving the SUV and Flight Presley slumped in the passenger seat, the complaint said.
Suggs' father told authorities that after leaving the SUV in a corn field, he returned Suggs to Minnesota. Suggs' father denied knowing the bodies were in the abandoned SUV, the complaint read.
But a surveillance video from a gas station in Wheeler, Wisconsin - about 10 miles from the cornfield - shows that Suggs ‘father gave something to the driver of the SUV. Suggs' father also stood by the SUV's open passenger window while it was in the gas station parking lot, the complaint said.
Both vehicles then left the gas station in Wheeler and drove towards the corn field, where the SUV was discovered. Investigators found blood in the gas station parking lot where the SUV stopped, the ad said.

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