A 23-year-old man is accused of killing three people in Michigan, though police have released essentially no details about the alleged crime.
On Sept. 24, three people were found dead in Windsor Township, according to the Eaton County Sheriff's Office. The names of the victims have not been released.
Police named their suspect was 23-year-old Daniel James Sougstad and searched an area on Bishop Highway between Creyts Road and S. Waverly Road around 11 p.m. later that night.
The Eaton County Sheriff's Office said, "Sougstad is believed to be in a Black Honda Accord with the plate number CZM-350. He is believed to be armed and dangerous."
The Eaton County Sheriff's Office announced Sougstad was caught on Saturday.
Officials have released any additional information about the incident on Friday night, except to say it occurred in Windsor Township, according to The Lansing State Journal. Those details include if Sougstad knew the victims, a possible motive in the killings or how the victims died.