Police arrest three people in murder of Tiffany Jenks

Police arrest three people in murder of Tiffany Jenks
Tiffany Jenks (right) with her sisterJennifer. (Photo courtesy Jennifer Jenks)

FAIRVIEW, Ore. – Police have arrested three people in connection with the murder of Tiffany Jenks last week near Blue Lake Park.

Daniel Bruynell, 25, is charged with murder and is in custody in Oakland, Calif.

Michelle Worden-Brosey, 40, and Joshua Robinett, 38, are in custody at the Multnomah County Jail. Both are charged with conspiracy to commit murder and hindering prosecution.

Jenks’ body was found Oct. 8 by the side of the road. A medical examiner said she died from a gunshot wound to the head.

Worden-Brosey and Robinett were interviewed earlier this week as people of interest in the shooting of the 35-year-old Jenks, but were released because detectives didn’t have enough information to charge them. Police arrested them Thursday night at the Gresham Police Department.

Police said Bruynell will be extradited soon.

Police haven't released a motive, but did say there are no more suspects at large.