Palmer, Alaska (KINY) While three are behind bars, two more are being sought by authorities.
A third person was charged with first degree murder in the death of Weston Gladney, 36, in Palmer last night
Alaska State Troopers said Joseph Ahuna, 42, was arrested by a SWAT team Tuesday night. Two more people are being sought, Paulette Kane, 34 and year old Chalice Kesselring, 28 of Anchorage.
Alaska State Troopers arrested Brian Scheele, 56 of Anchorage, and Helen Them, 27 of Anchorage, in Anchorage on December 15 in connection with the case. Both Scheele and Them were charged with Murder in the First Degree in relation to the death.
The body was found on a hiking trail in the Jim Creek area on December 2.
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