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Lots of questions still remain after four people were murdered at a marijuana grow in Oklahoma.KOCO 5 learned the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics raided a business in Oklahoma City connected to the case. It has been 10 days since the people were murdered at the grow in Kingfisher County and now, the OBN is investigating a manager of the farm.Court documents showed the OBN raided a business that manages the grow. | MORE | Suspect in quadruple homicide in Kingfisher County in custodyBack on Nov. 22, documents showed agents served a search warrant at a business off North Quapah Avenue in OKC. The sign on the building said it was a tax and payroll service building.They found the man listed as the contact for the marijuana farm near Hennessy. His name is listed as the contact on the OBN website, but KOCO 5 will not be naming him because he has not been formally charged.They also found about 10 pounds of processed marijuana. The agent noted it was ready for distribution.They also found two pistols, a shotgun and over 100 packages of THC gummies ready for sale.The OBN website lists the contact number for the marijuana farm in Hennessy. KOCO 5 called the number and staff there confirmed their business address is the same one listed in the affidavit for probable cause: the tax and payroll services building.Documents said the OBN agent knew the business manager “had illegally and fraudulently obtained the marijuana on site.” The documents also point out, “the location has no…

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