HONOLULU (KHON2) — The man that was arrested in connection with suspicion of murdering a former Hawaii woman in Washington has been charged, according to the Kennewick Police Department.

Brandy Ebanez, a 34-year-old woman’s remains were found in the Columbia River in Washington by a fisherman.

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Ebanez’s sister, Breeann, said she moved to Washington in 2013 and gave birth to two young daughters.

Kennewick Police said that 34-year-old Richard Jacobsen of Kennewick is in custody at the Multnomah County Jail.

Benton County Prosecutors Office issued an arrest warrant on Thursday, Nov. 3 for Jacobsen on the alleged crime of Murder in the second degree.

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Jacobsen awaits to be extradited from Oregon to Washington.