Families of quadruple homicide victims seek justice
Family members said they want justice and are asking for the public’s help in bringing anyone in connection with the shooting deaths of 30-year-old Nitosha Flug-Presley; 35-year-old, Loyace Foreman III; 30-year-old Jasmine Sturm; and 26-year-old Matthew Pettus.
“This day is not to be forgotten and our children are not to be forgotten,” said Damone Presley, Sr. “There is no rationalization for this and there is no explanation for this heinous crime and our children did not deserve to die and so you saw something, say something.”
Loyace Foreman said there are no answers yet, but his family is confident that — with the help of the public — investigators will bring those responsible to justice. He’s hopeful, too, that the families might get much-needed answers as to why the four were found shot to death and their bodies abandoned in an SUV in a Dunn County, Wisconsin farm field about 50 miles north of Menomonie last Sunday.
“Right now, all we have is a senseless tragedy that happened and we don’t know why at all,” said Foreman. “We need answers as to who did this and why because, especially with these four kids, who weren’t perfect kids, but were definitely good kids.”
Investigators in Dunn County have charged 56-year-old Darren McWright — also known as Darren Osborne — of St. Paul with four counts of hiding a corpse, but he has not been charged regarding their deaths specfically.
Antoine Suggs, 38, turned himself in to police in Arizona on Friday and has a Sept. 29 court date in Maricopa County where he is awaiting an extradition hearing that could send him to Dunn County, Wisconsin — where he may be charged in connection to the case.