Gang Wife Played “Honeypot” to Lure Victim to Pasco Ambush
Pasco police allege Mary Faucett, who apparently now lives in Spokane, helped her husband trap and kill a man in Pasco for allegedly shooting a member of the husband's gang.
Faucett is charged with first-degree criminal assistance, conspiracy and making false or misleading statements to police. She plead innocent last Tuesday.
According to the charges, once Faucett's husband Kenyatta Bridges identified the man he believed shot his friends in Spokane in November, Bridges and another man DeShawn Anderson followed him around Tri-Cities. At a convenience store on Dec. 3 Faucett introduced herself to the target, Lorenzo Fernandez Jr., and asked for his phone number. Later that evening, she called Fernandez and invited him to her apartment. Once he pulled into the apartment complex parking lot, Anderson shot him.