A man accused of crashing his car into a northwest Spokane home early today was scheduled to plead guilty Monday to a charge related to related to a Cheney shooting, but he didn’t show up.
Now Abran L. Gibson, 19, is wanted on new charges after Washington State Patrol troopers say he crashed a 2006 Hyundai Sonata into a northwest Spokane home in a police chase early Tuesday.
Gibson allegedly fled troopers after they tried to stop him for a suspected traffic violation about 2 a.m.
His Sonata was about six blocks ahead of the trooper when it crashed into the front of the home and into the living room as Gibson tried to turn right on Cedar Street from Joseph Avenue. He signaled for the turn, troopers said.
A couple and their 2-year-old child were inside the home when the Sonata smashed through.
“It was a rude awakening to get,” said the insured homeowner, who asked not to be identified.
A plate-glass window and front door to the living room were demolished. An interior wall to an adjoining bathroom also was broken out.
Police say Gibson fled the Sonata with three men. One suspect, Makia K. Lund, 19, of Spokane, was arrested and is in jail, but Gibson escaped with two others, including Enrique A. Martinez, 22. The state patrol identified a third suspect as Treveon Mims, 19, of Spokane.
Trooper Troy Briggs didn’t know if Mims is related to a boy with a similar name charged with Gibson in the Feb. 21 shooting in Cheney.
Gibson was arrested at that time with 17-year-old Damon Morris and two boys ages 16 and 17 after a shooting in downtown Cheney injured a man in the hand. Morris is the alleged shooter and is in juvenile hall, charged as an adult with several felonies.
Gibson was scheduled to plead guilty Monday to first-degree rendering criminal assistance in a plea deal that would dismiss charges of drive-by shooting, riot and first-degree assault. He was released from jail in April.
Spokane County Deputy Prosecutor Larry Haskell said charges for the other two teenagers in the Cheney incident also have been reduced to rendering criminal assistance.
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