4 accused in Portland for biker gang murder

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 (video)--PORTLAND, Ore. -- Four men have been accused of murdering a motorcycle gang member whose body was found by loggers in Clark County last July.

Two of the men were already in custody on unrelated charges.

The victim, 56-year-old Robert Lee Huggins, was a member of the Gypsy Jokers motorcycle gang, based on tattoos on his body, Portland police detective Jim Lawrence told the Columbian newspaper.

Huggins was last seen on June 30. He was kidnapped in Northeast Portland. His body was found a day later, Lawrence told the newspaper.

Lawrence said Huggins died "a horrible death," but declined to elaborate. An autopsy determined Huggins died of homicidal violence, the Columbian reported.

Mark Leroy Dencklau, 56, and Earl Devearl Fisher Jr., 46, are accused of murder, conspiracy to commit murder, first-degree kidnapping and conspiracy to commit kidnapping.

Tiler Evan Pribbernow, 34, already in the Multnomah County jail, and Malachi Watkins, 32, in custody in Washington, are accused of the same crimes as Dencklau and Fisher.

Additionally, 51-year-old Ronald Charles Thompson and 43-year-old Kendra Castle are accused of hindering prosecution.

All suspects but Watkins were expected to be arraigned Thursday afternoon.

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