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Teens arrested in Cheney shooting to be tried as adults

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Three teens arrested in a shooting in downtown Cheney early Sunday will be charged as adults.

Trevien M. Mims, 17, Damon M. Morris, 17; and Clovy Jaramillo, 16, were in Spokane County Superior Court on Thursday on charges of drive-by shooting, first-degree assault and riot.

The boys, along with 19-year-old Abran L. Gibson, are accused of a shooting that injured Sharanbir S. Grewal in the hand. Morris fired the shot that injured Grewal, according to court documents.

The Spokesman-Review identifies juvenile criminal suspects if they are charged as adults with serious felonies.

A public defender described Jaramillo as “the least involved,” and Judge Ellen Kalama Clark set his bond at $20,000.

Mims’ bond was set at $25,000; Morris’ was set at $30,000 after Clark noted he was also charged with possession of a controlled substance for OxyContin allegedly found after his arrest and had a previous drug charge as a juvenile.

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