An arrest has been made in the death of 34-year-old Brandy Ebanez.
In a press release from the Kennewick Police Department:
Kennewick PD detectives worked with the Benton County Prosecutor’s Office on the murder investigation of Brandy Ebanez. The previously mentioned suspect, 34-year-old Richard Jacobsen, has been in custody in the Multnomah County Jail. Today, 11-3-2022, The Benton County Prosecutor’s Office issued an arrest warrant for Richard for the alleged crime of Murder 2nd Degree. Richard has yet to be extradited from the State of Oregon, but this will occur in the near future.
Richard Jacobsen was identified as a suspect in Ebanez’s death and in jail since September 30th in Portland, OR.
Brandy Ebanez leaves behind two daughters. A GoFundMe has been established to assist the family.
She was so loved by everyone that knew her. Her contagious smile and hugs for everyone that she crossed paths with. She had the biggest heart and cared so much for people. If you ever knew brandy, you know she would have your back no matter what.
Her tragic death has affected us all. We know she is now in heaven.
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