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Three people are in jail, charged with the murder of a Portland woman. Today, two of them faced a local
judge for the first time. Police arrested Michael Worden-Brosey, Joshua Robinett, and Daniel Bruynell
for the murder of Tiffany Jenks.
Last week, officers found Jenks shot to death in Blue Lake Park. Since then, the investigation has
stretched from Kelso, Washington south to Oakland, California.
KPTV’s Jamie Wilson joins us live from downtown Portland with more. Jamie.
Well, police took Worden-Brosey and Robinett into custody yesterday in Gresham, but they arrested
Bruynell in Oakland on Monday. And tonight, police confirmed that all three of them were caught on
surveillance video getting into a car with Tiffany Jenks just a few hours before her body was found.
Joshua Robinett and Michael Worden-Brosey appeared in court, charged with conspiracy to commit
murder and hindering prosecution. Police say they were with Daniel Bruynell on October 8th when he
allegedly shot Tiffany Jenks. Tiffany’s sister doesn’t know the trio or even recognize their names, but this
is the news she’s been hoping for.
[Jennifer:] “I feel relieved that they… that they’ve arrested somebody and they have the suspects in
custody and… that hopefully we can have some closure from this.”
Court records say the suspects were at an Oakland strip club when they met Jenks for the first time.
Surveillance video shows all four of them eventually leaving in Worden-Brosey ‘s car, and then they
drove to a remote area. Police say Robinett and Worden-Brosey went off to have sex, but they could
hear Jenks and Bruynell back at the car arguing. When the couple returned, they say, Jenks was gone
and they left without her. Cops say Worden-Brosey later said Robinett told her he saw a muzzle flash,
and the couple admits that earlier they sold Bruynell a gun. Investigators questioned the couple in Kelso
last week, but released them for lack of evidence. Then, last night, Fox 12 was the only station there as
they were officially arrested and charged, while Bruynell was already locked up in Oakland.
[K:] “She knows a lot of people. There are a lot of us who loved her and who miss her, and… I just felt
like somebody should be here.”
This woman, K., doesn’t want to show her face, but she came to court to see the people accused in her
friends’ murder.
Jenks’s loved ones say she was a kind and giving person, and she didn’t deserve any of this.
[Jennifer:] “Right now I just feel a lot of anger, and I… I just want to make sure that justice is done for my
sister.”
And tonight, Worden-Brosey is in jail on suicide watch, and she and Robinett are being held without bail.
As for Bruynell in California, he is charged with murder and he is awaiting transport back to Oregon.
Live in downtown Portland tonight, Jamie Wilson. The 5 o’clock news.
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