Suspect Accused Of Critically Injuring Man At Party Talks To KHQ - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Suspect Accused Of Critically Injuring Man At Party Talks To KHQ

SPOKANE, Wash. - A man remains in critical condition this evening after being punched at a house party in North Spokane on Saturday. The man accused of punching him is 18-year-old Treven Lewis.   In a jailhouse interview he says he isn't sorry for what he did.  

"I didn't hit him that hard," said Treven Lewis. "Honestly I just gave him a little love tap."  Treven Lewis sits in jail while the man he is accused of punching clings to life at a nearby hospital. Treven showed up to a party at a house in the 11800 block of North Bedivere Road in North Spokane Saturday night.

He says the police showed up and the hundred plus people inside the house started rushing outside. At the same time he says a man, who police say was a neighbor, was running through the house telling everyone to get out. He says the man then pushed his pregnant girlfriend.   "If I take you as a threat then I'm going to take you out before you take me out, and that night he pushed my girl and that's when I took him as a threat," said Lewis.  

Treven threw one punch, instantly knocking out the man and putting him in the hospital. On Tuesday, police arrested Lewis and charged him with felony assault.   This 18-year-old man was born and raised in Spokane and says he has a history of violence, including a charge of 2nd degree assault he is awaiting trial.  

Treven says he has no regrets for how he reacted, and wouldn't think twice about doing it again.   "I'm not sorry for what I did, I apologize for putting him in the hospital, but it wasn't supposed to be like that," said Lewis.  Lewis made his first appearance in court Wednesday afternoon for the charge of felony assault.

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