The second man wanted in connection with the killing of four Minnesotans whose bodies were found in an SUV left in a Wisconsin corn field has been arrested.
The Dunn County Sheriff's Office announced Friday afternoon that Antoine Darnique Suggs, 38, turned himself into police in Gilbert, Arizona.
"Suggs has been living in the Phoenix, AZ area recently before traveling back to Minnesota in the last couple of weeks," the sheriff's office said.
"At this time, it’s unknown how Suggs traveled back to Arizona this week."
A 56-year-old man was arrested in St. Paul in connection with the killing early Thursday morning.
He has been charged with four counts of hiding a corpse as part to a crime following the deaths of Nitosha Lee Flug-Presley, of Stillwater, and Matthew Isiah Pettus, Loyace Foreman III and Jasmine Christine Sturm, all of St. Paul, on Sunday.
Witnesses told police they saw Suggs late Saturday night in a bar on West Seventh in St. Paul with Flug-Presley, and then saw Flug-Presley, Sturm, and Pettus get into a black SUV just after 2 a.m. with an unidentified black male driving.
Their bodies were found around 70 miles away near Sheridan Town Hall in northern Dunn County. One of the victims was in the front passenger seat with the other three in the rear seat. The driver's seat was empty.
At this point, no motive has been released, and Suggs has not yet been charged.
Suggs will be taken to Maricopa County Jail in Phoenix before being extradited to Wisconsin.