Sirens & Gavels

Police: Men used teen to lure robbery victim

Two men accused of using a teenage girl to lure a robbery victim spent the money on a shopping spree at a Spokane mall, court papers allege.

The purchases helped detectives build the felony case against Richard W. Hall and Ronald E. Davis, both of whom pleaded innocent today in Spokane County Superior Court to charges of first-degree robbery and second-degree assault.

Police allege the men conspired with the girl to rob Arturo Ferrer Lezama near Upriver Driver and the Centennial Trail in August, leaving Lezama badly beaten.

Read the rest of my story in tomorrow's Spokesman-Review.




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