A Pasco man is locked up in lieu of $100,000 bail on allegations he held a man at gunpoint while others beat the victim and robbed him.
Jesus Palacio Fuentes, 20, faces an Aug. 8 trial. He has pleaded innocent to first-degree robbery.
Fuentes is the third person charged in the Nov. 9 incident on South 22nd Avenue.
According to court documents, Leonid Solomonovich Busev was inside a home of one of the suspects when he was punched in the face and hit with a baseball bat just before 11 p.m. He told police that a pistol was pointed at him while his jewelry, money and wallet were taken, documents said.
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Police later found Pablo Carmelo Sanchez-Quintero driving Busev's car. He had Busev's wallet and some of the stolen jewelry, including a gold chain.
Sanchez-Quintero told police Fuentes pointed a semi-automatic pistol at Busev, court documents said.
Busev was shown a photo montage and picked Fuentes from the selection, saying he "looked like the individual who pointed the gun at him," documents said.
Sanchez-Quintero already pleaded guilty to second-degree robbery and possession of cocaine.
Hailie June Marie Devore, 33, is accused of beating up Busev. She also is charged with first-degree robbery and has an Aug. 8 trial date.