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4th suspect charged in May home invasion

A fourth suspect has been charged in a home-invasion robbery in which one suspect reportedly said she wanted to give the victim “a taste of his own (BS).”

Braiden M. Connor, 18, appeared in Superior Court Friday on several felonies connected to a May 11 incident at 2922 E. Providence.

Already charged are Aaron T. Vanscoik, 18; the victim’s ex-girlfriend, Lisa Jo Wareham, 40; and Wareham’s 17-year-old son, Levi R. Ehli.

Wareham reportedly told detectives she recruited the teens to give the victim “a taste of his own bulls**t,” according to an affidavit. “She said that no one was supposed to get hurt except “maybe a broken kneecap was OK.”

Connor reportedly told police June 16 that he was with Vanscoik and Ehli but only walked about five feet into Dahlen’s home, according to an affidavit. He also said he was in the car when Wareham and Ehli used the victim’s food stamp card at Wal-Mart, and when either Ehli or Vanscoik tried to use a stolen credit card at an ATM, according to the affidavit.

Connor was booked into Spokane County Jail Thursday but had posted bond by Friday night.


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