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Reality TV Contestant Now a Suspect in Murder of Model

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A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Ryan Jenkins, the missing husband of Jasmine Fiore. He was reportedly last seen in Bellingham, Washington and is thought to have walked over the border into Canada. TMZ says police obtained a "Ramey Warrant," which they explain to be "an arrest warrant that allows police to bypass the D.A. and go directly to the judge... In order to get a Ramey Warrant, police must prove there is probable cause to believe the suspect committed a felony. In this case we're told a judge decided there was probable cause to believe Jenkins was involved in the murder of his wife, Jasmine Fiore." The warrant will bring in the help from Canadian authorities.