PORTLAND -- Two more suspects have been named in the investigation into the deadly hit-and-run along West Burnside on March 31st, according to court documents obtained by KGW.
The indictment names Jose Alberto Torres, 28, and Billy Eugene Collins, Jr., 46, as additional defendants in the case.
They have been accused of hindering prosecution and tampering with evidence for allegedly helping to hide and alter the car that struck Nancy Schoeffler and killed her.
Chavez' co-worker, Torres, was arraigned in court Thursday.
Billy Collins, Jr. was arrested Wednesday night. He is Angela Collins' husband. His bail was set at $22,500.
Ashley Chavez, the prime suspect in the fatal hit-and-run, was in court Wednesday. She was charged with second-degree manslaughter, failure to perform the duties of a driver, tampering with physical evidence, and DUII. She did not speak during Wednesday's hearing.
Schoeffler, 63, was found lying in the road on West Burnside at 11:20 p.m. on March 31, 2012. She was deceased when medical crews arrived. Investigators said she was the victim of a hit-and-run and tips eventually led them to Chavez and her car.
Nancy's daughter Solara Schoeffler was in court Wednesday to see Chavez face the charges.
My mother was a woman, an amazing woman, with a heart of gold. She worked with the elderly and children, Solara said. We are still very shocked and deeply saddened by the way she left this world. Her whole life was helping others and her life was cut short by two women who left her in the street to die and went to great lengths to cover it up.
6 arrests in deadly hit-and-run
The alleged passenger in Chavez' car was also arrested previously, along with two others accused of helping to try and cover up the crime.
Angela Kap Collins was the passenger in the car on the night of the hit-and-run, police said. She was arrested on Memorial Day on accusations of hindering prosecution and tampering with evidence. Police said Chavez' car was found on Collins' property near Corbett and efforts had been made to hide the evidence.
Chavez' brother Josh Chavez, 24, was arrested at this Sherwood home on June 5. He was accused of hindering prosecution and tampering with evidence. Police believe he also helped cover up the hit-and-run and the vehicle involved.
Chavez' boyfriend Christopher Michael Rhea was accused of hindering prosecution and tampering with physical evidence. He was with Chavez when she was arrested in Bellingham, Wash. and police believe he helped her flee Oregon after the deadly hit-and-run.