Portland, OR - A 25-year-old man accused of shooting a former Bonneville Power Administration hydrologist has been arraigned on a murder charge.
Daniel Bruynell was being held without bail in Portland following his extradition from Northern California.
A probable cause affidavit states Bruynell told detectives he shot Tiffany Jenks after meeting her in a bar. The 35-year-old woman's body was found Oct. 8 at a park east of Portland.
Two other people connected to the shooting were also in court Monday.
Deputy District Attorney Christopher Ramras told The Oregonian that 40-year-old Michelle Worden-Brosey and 38-year-old Joshua Robinett were indicted on charges of hindering prosecution and obliterating serial numbers on a firearm.
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