Suspected white supremacists arrested after body found in car

Associated Press/April 7, 2004

Huntington Beach, Calif. -- Police arrested four people on suspicion of murder after they were found with a body in the back of a pickup truck, officials said Wednesday.

Two of the four - Billy Johnson, 40, and Jason Karr, 39 - are believed to be members of a white supremacist gang, Huntington Beach police said. Authorities also arrested Erin Brooks, 19, and Suzanne Miller, 24.

Johnson and Miller were wanted on an arrest warrant for methamphetamine sales, and Karr was wanted for a parole violation, said Capt. Dan Johnson.

The four were in two different cars when they were pulled over Tuesday night near the 60 Freeway in Riverside County, Johnson said.

While searching the back of the pickup truck, which was covered by a camper shell, police found the body among pieces of wood, Johnson said.

The victim, a man in his 20s, is believed to have been killed in the last few days. Police did not reveal the man's identity or how he was killed.

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