UPDATE: 5 People in Custody In Death Of Buffalo Woman Found In Park [VIDEO]
INTERNATIONAL FALLS (AP) - Authorities say five people are in custody in connection to the death of a woman who was found critically injured at a park in Wright County.
Wright County Sheriff Joe Hagerty says 19-year-old Callie Anderson, of Delano, 21-year-old Shawn Benson, of Maple Lake, 33-year-old Natasha Brandenburger, of Buffalo, 28-year-old Justin Jensen, of Maple Lake, and 26-year-old Edward Zelko, of Buffalo are named as suspects in 19-year-old Cheyenne Clough's death.
The Koochiching County Sheriff's Office said yesterday (Monday) the five were arrested near the Canadian border, but it's unclear whether any of them were trying to flee the country. A sixth suspect was also arrested after a traffic stop in Staples.
Clough, of Buffalo, was found unresponsive last Wednesday at Crow Springs County Park in Wright County. She died Saturday at a hospital in Robbinsdale.
The Hennepin County medical examiner's office said Monday that Clough died of multiple gunshot wounds.
The Wright County Attorney's Office is review the case for potential charges and anticipates bringing the defendants to court tomorrow (Wednesday).
Hagerty says they are still asking for the public's help providing information as the whereabouts and activities of the five suspects from the evening of May 31st to Sunday.
Police are also looking for a 2008 white 4-door Honda Accord, with dual exhaust, tinted windows, sunroof and Minnesota license plate reading 307-LCX that was last seen traveling between Maple Lake and International Fall.
Authorities believe Clough was acquainted with two of the suspects before the attack.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.