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North Spokane man beaten and robbed inside home

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Sheriff's deputies arrested three suspects early Wednesday after a North Spokane man called 911 and reported being beaten and robbed inside his West Bellwood apartment.

Deputies David Westlake and Evan Logan arrived at the scene and caught two suspects, 20 year old Donald M. Holley and 19 year old Megan N. Wilson at their getaway vehicle, a 1996 Isuzu Rodeo.

While taking them into custody, a third suspect ran away.  30 year old Oshien Russell Pendell was tracked and captured by Westlake and Spokane Police Officer Paul Gorman and his K-9 partner Maximus.

The victims in the apartment, a 22 year old man and 19 year old woman, said they were awakened by the suspects screaming and striking each of them with a metal crowbar.  It appeared they struck the man first and zip-tied his hands behind him while ordering him to stay in bed.

The suspect's then went to the woman's room, struck her in the ribs with the crowbar and zip-tied her hands.  However, the man in the first room was able to break his ties and call 911.

Medics treated both victims and later transported the woman to a hospital for additional treatment.

Inside the Isuzu, deputies could see a television, headphones and stereo components stolen from the apartment.  They seized the SUV and towed it to the sheriff's vehicle processing station for execution of a search warrant.

The victims told deputies they believed there were more than three suspects in the robbery, and investigation of the event has been handed off to major crimes detectives for additional follow up.

The three suspects were driven to the Spokane County Jail where they were booked on two counts each of first degree armed robbery, two counts each of second degree assault with a deadly weapon, and three counts each of first degree theft.

 

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