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Arrest made in Manhunt after Oklahoma killings. Explore in Detail

Five guys from Mexico and Honduras were arrested and charged with kidnapping after a teenage girl reported missing in Cass County was discovered with them in Missouri. According to court records, Marlon Aguilar of Honduras and four other men were placed in the Macon County Jail when the Missouri Highway Patrol discovered the girl during a traffic check.

Arrest made in manhunt after Oklahoma killings

Drake was Arrested:

According to Arkansas State Police, Drake was wanted in connection with three homicides in Oklahoma, two of which involved carjackings. Drake’s arrest revealed that he was also wanted in connection with the deadly shooting of an Alcoholics Anonymous volunteer in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, last month. “Drake is separately wanted on multiple felony warrants from multiple jurisdictions, with charges including aggravated robbery, carjacking, and murder,” according to an announcement from investigators.

What do the Officials Say?

The Morrilton Police Department, Arkansas State Police, Conway County Sheriff’s Office, Arkansas National Guard, and Arkansas Division of Community Correction all cooperated in the search. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation released fresh information Wednesday concerning two homicides in Sequoyah County. On Tuesday, officers discovered a dead man and woman inside a shop. The victims’ identities were not immediately disclosed.

The medical examiner is currently determining the victims’ causes of death, but Oklahoma investigators stated that “both sustained injuries consistent with homicide. “Drake’s crime spree dates back to May, according to investigators. Capt. Jack Kennedy of the Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Sheriff’s Office told reporters Thursday afternoon that Drake was wanted in connection with Russell Andrews’ death, which was discovered in an Alcoholics Anonymous building on May 14. According to Kennedy, Andrews was a long-time AA volunteer who was popular among the organization’s members.

Kennedy claimed Drake was a vagrant who had been in Tuscaloosa, some 57 miles southwest of Birmingham, for at least a week before the discovery of Andrews’ death and used the AA’s facilities for food. According to Kennedy, Drake stole Andrews’ car after allegedly giving AA a bogus identity. Kennedy stated that Drake was a former federal convict with “an extensive criminal history,” including arrests for violent acts in Alabama, Arizona, and Oklahoma. “We don’t know if he’s responsible for other homicides, but that is being looked into,” Kennedy informed the crowd. According to police, Drake was last seen walking outside a motel in Morrilton, Arkansas, before being arrested. 

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