One of the men charged with killing a man whose body was later found on fire in rural Logan County was arrested Wednesday.
Quentin Goodwin, 30, was arrested in Lawton on Wednesday by U.S. Marshals. Goodwin, along with five others, was charged Tuesday with the murder of Shawn Masters in January.
Masters’ body was found on fire in rural Logan County on Jan. 31. His body was so badly burned that it took investigators two months to identify him.
Brandy Hanson, 35, Angel Munoz, 24, John Worcester, 39, Jessie Dalton, 37, and Tyson Lott, 21, were also charged with murder in connection with Masters’ death. Johnny Snow, 49, and Twilia Wise, 36, were charged with desecrating a body.
According to court documents, Munoz and Hanson were upset with Masters because they were arrested driving a stolen car they borrowed from him.
Munoz’s boyfriend, Dalton, told her he would ask a friend to “take care it,” documents show.
Goodwin and Lott are accused of beating Masters with a baseball bat and wooden board before Munoz stabbed and strangled him.
Munoz, Hanson, Worcester, Snow and Wise then took his body to rural Logan County and set it on fire, according to court documents.
Munoz, Hanson, Wise and Snow are in custody in Logan County, and Dalton is at the State Penitentiary in McAlester where he is serving two life sentences for separate murders.
Police are still searching for Lott and Worcester.
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