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4 More Arrests In Death Of Man Found Burned In Logan County

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Shawn Luther Masters, 38, was found burned to death near Langston on January 31. Shawn Luther Masters, 38, was found burned to death near Langston on January 31.
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The Logan County Sheriff's Office and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) arrested 35-year-old Brandy Hanson, 49-year-old Johnny Snow and 24-year-old Angel Munoz on Wednesday in connection to the murder. The Logan County Sheriff's Office and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) arrested 35-year-old Brandy Hanson, 49-year-old Johnny Snow and 24-year-old Angel Munoz on Wednesday in connection to the murder.
According to the Logan County Sheriff's office, 36-year-old Twilia Renea Wise was taken into custody Monday night. She has been charged with unlawful removal of a dead body. According to the Logan County Sheriff's office, 36-year-old Twilia Renea Wise was taken into custody Monday night. She has been charged with unlawful removal of a dead body.
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Eight suspects have now been charged in connection to the murder of a man found burned to death in Logan County.

Brandy Hanson, Jessie Dalton, John Worchester, Angel Munoz, Tyson Lott and Quentin Goodwin are charged with first degree murder in the death of Shawn Masters. Johnny Snow and Twila Wise have been charged with unlawful disposal of a body.

4/8/2014 Related Story: Fourth Suspect Arrested In Connection To Logan Co. Burned Body

Court papers show Brandy Hanson and Angel Munoz were upset at Masters after being arrested for driving a stolen vehicle that Masters reportedly let them borrow.

Munoz became paranoid about Masters and called her boyfriend, Jessie Dalton, who was in prison. He told Munoz he would send someone over to take care of it. That's when Lott and Goodwin arrived and beat Masters.

After they left, Masters was still alive. That's when Munoz and Hanson stabbed Masters to try to kill him.

Munoz's brother, John Worchester helped clean up the blood. Johnny Snow reportedly helped unload the body near Langston and used a lighter to set the body on fire.

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