Warm Springs trio arrested; charged with August murder of Redmond man


Three people have been arrested on murder and robbery charges in connection with a body found alongside a road near Madras last summer.

Salbador Robinson-Angeles, 27, Theresa Winishut, 27 and Stephanie Belgard, 37 – all of Warm Springs – were arrested on felony warrants stemming from grand jury indictments, according to Jefferson County Undersheriff Marc Heckathorn.

All three were jailed on multiple charges including second-degree murder, criminal conspiracy to commit second-degree murder, and first-degree robbery.

• Murder in the Second Degree
• Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Murder in the Second Degree
• Robbery in the First Degree
• Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Robbery in the First Degree
• Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle
• Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle

The body of 52-year-old Brian Jones was found by a passing motorist near Highway 126 and Danube Drive on August 20th, 2020.

In the following days, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office issued a public plea for information about Jones and what might have happened to him.

“Special thanks to detectives and personnel from across Central Oregon who are a part of the Major Crimes Team, as well as the Oregon State Police Forensic Lab, the Oregon State Medical Examiner’s Office, and the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office for their skilled assistance in fully investigating this matter,” Heckathorn said.

Anyone with information about this incident are encouraged to contact Detective Tyler Anderson at the Sheriff’s Office, 541.475.6520.


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