Court Documents Show Evidence Collected Against Kinard - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Court Documents Show Evidence Collected Against Kinard

During a search warrant, police found a gun, ammunition and a bulletproof vest in an apartment where Kinard was staying During a search warrant, police found a gun, ammunition and a bulletproof vest in an apartment where Kinard was staying
SPOKANE, Wash. -

At about 8:30pm on January 3rd, a woman was brought to the emergency entrance at Sacred Heart with multiple gunshot wounds. Spokane Police immediately began piecing together what led up to that moment. Monday, a search warrant filed by detectives revealed what they found.

According to those documents, 23-year-old Brittney Fawver agreed to meet a man she knew as "JV" at Wendy's on North Division to buy drugs. Court documents state that Fawver had bought drugs from the same person before. 

During the drug deal, JV grabbed $900 dollars Fawver had brought to purchase the drugs, and attempted to leave. Fawver attempted to stop him and during their struggle, Fawver was shot.

After driving to a nearby restaurant, Fawver was taken to the hospital.

In the following days, detectives interviewed Fawver and she was able to pick the man who attacked her out of a lineup.

That man identified as 19-year-old Jahvory Kinard.

Police arrested Kinard and executed a search warrant on an apartment where he was staying.

Inside they found a 9 millimeter semi-automatic pistol, ammunition, a bulletproof vest and clothing matching the victim's description the night of the shooting.

Detectives were also able to connect Kinard to the victim using phone calls and text messages between two cell phones on the night of the shooting.

During his first appearance on charges of First Degree Robbery and Assault, Judge Sypolt set Kinard's bail at $600,000, because of the severity of the charges and potential risk to the public.

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