Woman who helped accused murderer Jenkins is found by police

Police say she's not a risk to public safety

The woman who assisted accused murderer Ryan Jenkins to check into a motel three days before he was found dead has been identified by police. The woman is not considered a risk to public safety—but the police aren’t releasing any other specific information about her. She may be charged by Canadian authorities for helping Jenkins illegally enter Canada as well as by U.S. authorities for being an accessory to the murder of Jenkins’ ex-wife, Jasmine Fiore. Jenkins was charged with first-degree murder in California last Thursday. He hung himself on Sunday at the Thunderbird Motel in Hope, B.C.