Miami authorities arrested a suspect believed to have fatally shot four people "execution style" at an Oklahoma marijuana farm.

Miami Beach Police arrested Wu Chen, 45, after a car-tag reader "flagged the vehicle he was driving," the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) said in a statement Tuesday.

Chen was arrested without incident and transported to the Miami-Dade County Detention Center. Chen will face murder and shooting with intent to kill charges in Oklahoma.

Marijuana Farm Quadruple homicide
A law enforcement officer enters a residence near Hennessey, Okla., in Kingfisher County, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, the scene of a quadruple homicide. State police in Oklahoma say that four people killed at a marijuana farm were “executed,” and that they were Chinese citizens. Billy Hefton/AP

A warrant was issued for the suspect Monday following an investigation by the Kingfisher Country Sheriff's Department, according to Kingfisher Times & Free Press.

Four people were found fatally shot "execution style" at the marijuana farm Sunday after police responded to a report of a hostage incident near Hennessey, 70 miles northwest of Oklahoma City. Police found four bodies and a critically injured person when they arrived at the 10-acre farm, KFOR-TV reported.

"Last night, the Kingfisher County Sheriff's Office responded to this location on a hostage situation. When they arrived at the situation, it turned deadly," OSBI Capt. Stan Florence said.

Sheriff Dennis Banther said it appears the suspect and the victims all had connections to the marijuana farm and that the gun violence was not random but resulted from a longstanding internal dispute.