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Suspect Who Crashed Into North Spokane Home Already Wanted By Police

SPOKANE, Wash.- Spokane police say the man wanted after he crashed his vehicle through the living room of a north Spokane home, and then fled the scene, was already a wanted man. According to police, 19-year-old Abran Gibson is wanted in connection with a Cheney shooting earlier this year.

He was supposed to plead guilty to the charge on Monday, but never showed up to court. The next night at about 2:00 a.m., Gibson found law enforcement in a big way.  

On Tuesday night, Gibson was driving with three others when he a WSP trooper tried to pull him over on suspicion of DUI. Gibson took off and ultimately crashed a 2006 Hyundai Sonata into a home in the 5700 block of north Cedar. A couple with a two-year-old was inside the home at the time of the crash, neither was injured.

He and three others jumped from the car and took off before law enforcement had time to get there. Police were able to find and arrest one of those with Gibson, but three others remain at large. If you have any information about Abran Gibson or any others involved, call Crime Check immediately: 509-456-2233.

According to court records, Gibson was scheduled to plead guilty Monday to first-degree rending criminal assistance, in a plea deal that would dismiss charges of drive-by shooting, riot, and first-degree assault. Police say Gibson and three other were involved with firing shots in a crowd and hitting at least one person in the hand.

He was released from jail back in April. The alleged shooter in that incident, 17-year-old Damon Morris is still in juvenile hall. Prosecutors say he'll be charged with several felonies as an adult.

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