Suspected in the deaths of 4 people found in SUV surrenders in Arizona

MENOMOMIE, Wisconsin (AP) – A suspect in the shooting deaths of four Minnesotans found in an abandoned SUV in Wisconsin surrendered to authorities in Arizona on Friday.

Dunn County Sheriff Kevin Bygd said in a statement that Antoine Darnique Suggs, 38, had surrendered to police in Gilbert, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix. He said Suggs had recently lived in the Phoenix area before heading to Minnesota for the past two weeks.

Bygd said investigators do not know how Suggs returned to Arizona. He said they had not interviewed Suggs, so they had no new information to disclose about a potential motive. The sheriff said Suggs would be held in the Maricopa County Jail in Phoenix pending his extradition to Wisconsin.

Authorities said Thursday Suggs was spotted meeting one of the victims at a Minnesota bar the night before their bodies were found.

The other suspect, Darren Lee McWright, 56, of St. Paul, Minnesota, was being held in Ramsey County Jail in St. Paul.

A lawsuit filed Thursday against McWright, who is indicted in Dunn County on four counts of hiding a dead body, said witnesses told police they saw Suggs late Saturday night at the White Squirrel Bar in St. Paul with one of the victims, Nitosha Lee Flug-Presley, 30, of Stillwater, Minnesota.

A farmer on Sunday discovered the bodies of Flug-Presley and three St. Paul residents with ties to her in his cornfield in Dunn County, about 97 kilometers east. All four were shot and wounded, authorities said.

McWright is the biological father of Suggs’ brother, according to the complaint.

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