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Questions about quadruple homicides over marijuana are growing in Oklahoma

Many questions remain after four people were murdered at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma. KOCO 5 learned that the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics was searching an Oklahoma City facility connected to the case. It’s been 10 days since the people on the Kingfisher County farm were murdered, and now the OBN is investigating a farm manager. Court documents showed that OBN searched a company that manages the cultivation. | MORE | Kingfisher County Quadruple Murder Suspect In Custody Back on November 22, documents showed agents had served a search warrant at a store near North Quapah Avenue in OKC. The sign on the building said it was a tax and payroll building. They found the man listed as the contact for the marijuana farm near Hennessy. His name is listed as a contact on the OBN website, but KOCO 5 will not name him as he has not been formally charged. They also found about 10 pounds of processed marijuana. The agent noted that it was ready for distribution. They also found two pistols, a shotgun, and over 100 packs of THC gummies ready for sale. The OBN website lists the contact number for the Hennessy marijuana farm. KOCO 5 called the number and the staff there confirmed that their business address is the same as that listed in the affidavit for the probable cause: the Tax and Payroll Building. Documents said the OBN agent knew the manager “obtained the marijuana on site illegally and fraudulently.” The documents also note, “The site has no OMMA license, no OBN registration, so there is none Legal ground for ____ to have described marijuana on site.”| MORE | Four people executed, fifth injured in Oklahoma marijuana farm shooting: What we knowIn the documents, an agent indicates the man was a part owner or Contact person for 63 known OBN-registered marijuana grows Documents show the recommended agents felony charges of intent to distribute and obtain the marijuana through fraud, among other things OBN and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation declined to comment on the ongoing case Murder suspect Wu Chen stood trial in Miami-Dade County, Fla. last week and asked the judge to let him stay there.

Many questions remain after the killing of four people at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma.

KOCO 5 learned that the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics was searching an Oklahoma City facility connected to the case. It’s been 10 days since the people on the Kingfisher County farm were murdered, and now the OBN is investigating a farm manager.

Court documents showed that OBN searched a company that manages the cultivation.

| MORE | Kingfisher County quadruple murder suspect remanded in custody

Back on November 22, documents showed agents had served a search warrant at a store near North Quapah Avenue in OKC. The sign on the building said it was a tax and payroll building.

They found the man listed as the contact for the marijuana farm near Hennessy. His name is listed as a contact on the OBN website, but KOCO 5 will not name him as he has not been formally charged.

They also found about 10 pounds of processed marijuana. The agent noted that it was ready for distribution.

They also found two handguns, a shotgun, and over 100 packs of THC gummies ready for sale.

The OBN website lists the contact number for the Hennessy marijuana farm. KOCO 5 called the number and the staff there confirmed that for probable reasons their business address is the same as that listed in the affidavit: the Tax and Payroll Services building.

Documents said the OBN agent knew the manager “had illegally and fraudulently obtained the marijuana locally.” The documents also indicate, “The site does not have an OMMA license, no OBN registration, therefore there is no legal ground for ____ to have the described marijuana on site.”

| MORE | Four people executed, fifth injured in shooting at Oklahoma marijuana farm: what we know

In the filings, an agent indicates that the man at the site is an associate or liaison for 63 known OBN-registered marijuana operations.

Documents show the agent recommended charges of intent to distribute and obtain the marijuana through fraud, among other things. OBN and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation declined to comment on the ongoing case.

Murder suspect Wu Chen stood trial in Miami-Dade County, Fla. last week and asked the judge to let him stay there.

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