first_imgThree of five suspects allegedly involved in a Camas home-invasion robbery made initial appearances in Clark County Superior Court on Friday, including a 16-year-old girl accused of driving the getaway car.Amanda Louise Seekins was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of first-degree assault, robbery and burglary. She was automatically remanded to Superior Court based on her age and the nature of the allegations.Co-defendants Keonte D. Scott and Evan B. Barajas, both 20, also appeared before Judge John Fairgrieve on identical allegations. The two other co-defendants, 15-year-old Raelyn G. Domingo and 19-year-old Jamil R. Timpke Rhoades, appeared in court Thursday.The group stands accused of robbing two men at gunpoint May 12 at a residence in the 3900 block of Northeast Tacoma Court, according to probable cause affidavits.One of the victims told police he’d been talking to Domingo over social media for a few weeks, and he invited her over early Saturday morning. When he opened the door to welcome her, three men armed with handguns pushed their way inside, the affidavits say.last_img read more