Details are still coming in, but it’s now being reported that a Longview woman is one of three people who are now under arrest in connection with the October 8th shooting death of Tiffany Jenks, 35, of Portland. Jenks’ body was found early in Blue Lake Park on the morning of the 8th, dead from a gunshot wound to the head. Portland media is reporting this morning that Michelle Karin Worden-Brosey, 40, of Longview, Joshua Robinette, 38, of Oakland, California, and Daniel Brunyell of Portland are now in custody, charged in connection with Jenks’ killing. Worden-Brosey and Robinette were detained and questioned last weekend at a motel in Kelso, but were released as the investigation continued. On Monday, U. S. Marshalls arrested Brunyell in Oakland, and then Worden-Brosey and Robinette were arrested in the Fairview area near Gresham. These three people are known to be the last people to see Jenks alive, meeting her at a strip club in Portland prior to her death. There are indications that investigators believe Brunyell is the shooter; Worden-Brosey and Robinette are being held on charges of conspiracy to commit murder and hindering prosecution. Additional details should be released later today.