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Three teenagers accused of robbing women in north Spokane parking lots say they planned to use the money to get an apartment together, according to court documents.
Now Donovan T. Johnson, 18; Keona A. Crossley, 19; and Logan R. Sims, 18, are sharing space at Spokane County's crossbar motel.
The suspects were arrested Saturday after a standoff at Crossley's home at 1903 E. Decatur. Police found suspect Logan R. Sims, 18, in a nearby yard.
Johnson told detectives that two days befor the hesits, he and the other suspects discussed getting an apartment.
"Keona Crossley said they needed to do some licks to get money," according to a probable cause affidavit. "Crossley talked about finding women and taking their purses from them. Sims said he could get a gun to help them do the robberies."
Johnson said Crossley got a shutgun from a friend, but Sims used a black handgun to commit the first robbery at the North Colton Street Wal-Mart. The victim said Sims punched her in the face after she told him she didn't have any money, according to the affidavit.
Johnson said he didn't see Sims point the gun at the second victim outside Northtown Mall, but that he did have the gun on him during the robbery, police said.
A witness then reported occupants of a tan vehicle were dropping credit cards and receipts into the roadway near North Napa Street and East Central Avenue.
The cards belonged to the Northtown robbery victim, police said.
Police arrived at Crossley's home after locating a Cadillac matching the description of the car used in the robberies
All remain in jail on $75,000 bond after Judge Michael Price deemed them significant risks to the community.
Sims and Johnson are scheduled to graduate from high school next week.