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NEW: Portland Police Indict 6 in Connection With 2015 Homicide

Friday, May 06, 2016

 

A Friday morning search warrant has led to the indictments of 6 people in relation to a 2015 homicide investigation. The six people are: 

  • 56-year-old Mark Leroy Dencklau: Murder (two counts), Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Murder, Solicitation to Commit Murder, Kidnapping in the First Degree (two counts), Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Kidnapping in the First Degree (two counts), and Solicitation to Commit Kidnapping in the First Degree (two counts). 
  • 46-year-old Earl Devearl Fisher Jr.: Murder (two counts), Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Murder, Solicitation to Commit Murder, Kidnapping in the First Degree (two counts), Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Kidnapping in the First Degree (two counts), and Solicitation to Commit Kidnapping in the First Degree (two counts). 
  • 34-year-old Tiler Evan Pribbernow: Murder (two counts), Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Murder, Solicitation to Commit Murder, Kidnapping in the First Degree (two counts), Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Kidnapping in the First Degree (two counts), and Solicitation to Commit Kidnapping in the First Degree (two counts). 
  • 51-year-old Ronald Charles Thompson: Hindering Prosecution (two counts) and Tampering with Physical Evidence. 
  • 43-year-old Kendra Castle: Hindering Prosecution 
  • 32-year-old Malachi Watkins: Murder, Kidnapping in the First Degree (two counts), Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Kidnap in the First Degree (two counts). 

 

Dencklau, Fisher and Pribbernow are in custody at the Multnomah County Jail. Watkins is in the custody of the Washington Department of Corrections on unrelated charges. Castle and Thompson were released on bail. 

No additional details will be released at this time to preserve the integrity and ongoing investigation. 

The Investigation 

Victim Robert Huggins

Portland Police Bureau Homicide detectives served two search warrants in connection with a 2015 homicide investigation. The warrants were served on two locations, a residence at 3536 Northeast Garfield Avenue and an adjoining building at 3535 Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. 

The warrants were served in connection with a 2015 homicide of 56 year old Robert Lee Huggins, whose body was found on July 1 in Clark County, Washington. 

Six people have been indicted in connection with Huggins' death. Detectives can confirm that the victim was once affiliated with the outlaw motorcycle gang, the gypsy jokers, and that his death is directly linked to the affiliation. 

Detectives can also confirm that the six people indicted are associated to each other through outlaw motorcycle gangs. 

Police Asking for Help 

The investigation remains active and more arrests are possible. 

Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact Detective Jim Lawrence at 503-823-0867. 

 

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