Three people were gunned down at an Oregon farm Monday morning that grew both marijuana and blueberries, according to officials.
Bonaficio Oseguera-Gonzalez, 29, was taken by police about two hours after the shooting 40 miles away from the Woodburn farm. Though the farm was growing marijuana in addition to produce, officials do not believe the murders were related to the cannabis grow.
Two men were found already dead by officers at the farm. Another man and a woman were rushed to the hospital with gunshot wounds, where the woman also died of her injuries.
Gonzalez is being charged with three counts of aggravated murder and one charge of attempted aggravated murder, as the fourth victim remains in critical condition.
The farm was legally within its state rights to grow marijuana. Officials are yet to identify the victims of the shooting or any possible motive behind the killings.