Suspect arrested in death of pro poker player found burned at Michigan park – MLive.com

WHITE LAKE TOWNSHIP, MI A suspect is in custody in connection to the death of a poker player whose burned remains were found at an Oakland County park in July.

A 60-year-old Pontiac man was arrested on Friday, July 31, in the investigation of the homicide death of Susie Zhao, of White Lake Township, WXYZ reports. Charges have not been released. A complaint will be forwarded to the Oakland County Prosecutors Office.

The burned body of 33-year-old Susie Zhao, known as Susie Q when playing poker professionally, was discovered by a passerby on July 13 at the Pontiac Lake Recreation Area in Oakland County.

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Zhao recently lived in Los Angeles. She relocated to Michigan about a month before her death.

White Lake Township Police obtained search warrants on Thursday, July 30, WXYZ reports. Detectives and an FBI task force assigned to the case began to search for a suspect vehicle, which was located on Friday morning. The vehicle was stopped near I-275 and Michigan Avenue where the search warrant was executed.

The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact the FBI at 1-800-CALLFBI or submit tips online to tips.fbi.gov.

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