Suspect Arrested in ‘Execution-Style’ Killings of 4 at Oklahoma Marijuana Farm
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) arrested a suspect in connection to Sunday afternoon’s “execution-style” killing of four people at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma City.
A press conference was held on Monday morning at 10 a.m with OSBI Chief Rick Yates, Oklahoma City Police Chief Carmello DePasquale and Tulsa County District Attorney Steve Howe.
The suspect, 44-year-old Eric Nodell was arrested on Monday morning on a charge of first-degree murder in the shooting death.
The shooting happened about noon Saturday at the property in the 9500 block of S. Lincoln.
The five victims were identified as:
* Curtis M. Robinson – 46 – was shot in the head several times and died at the scene before being transported to a hospital.
* Markie D. Taylor – 26 – was shot in the neck and died from the wounds at a hospital.
* Robert E. King – 53 – was shot in the head and died at the scene.
* Robert E. King Jr. – 47 – was shot in the head and died at the scene.
Officials with OSBI said that King was last seen riding a motorcycle on Friday. They said he was shot while walking up the street and he got into the passenger’s seat of another vehicle.
“What is your relationship to this incident?” Tulsa County District Attorney Steve Howe asked Yates.
“I’m a victim myself,” Yates said.
After the press conference, the group gathered in the lobby of the Oklahoma County Jail.
The Sheriff’s Office has not released any details about the suspect or the investigation.
Police say one of the suspects have a gunshot wound in the leg. They’re still looking for the other suspect.
Police tell Eyewitness News that it’s believed that the shooting was