Todd D. Hoffman and Daryce E. Reese, both of Cheney.
Jeremy B. Filbert and Callie A. Poitevin, both of Spokane.
Sean M. Barnes of Spokane and Danika V. Le Galley of Seattle.
Eric C. Shears and Sarah K. Johns, both of Cheney.
Jon B. Russell and Shai C. Bray-Waters, both of Mead.
In the Courts
American Credit Technologies Inc. dba National Audit Systems vs. Artesian Contractors, et al, money claimed owed.
Jacob E. Allen vs. Jesse J. Sams, seeking damages for injuries from vehicle collision.
Star Rental, Inc. vs. Curt Wilkerson dba Wilkerson Hunt Logging, money claimed owed.
Jerry B. Allen vs. Jesse J. Sams, seeking damages for injuries from vehicle collision.
Jayme Brashears vs. Samuel F. Hill, seeking restitution for damages from vehicle collision.
Marriage Dissolution Petitions
Fritz, Jeff and Jennifer.
Ovnicek, Anita K. and Edward A.
Denman, Diane and Wayne M.
James, John E. and Susan J.
Thompson-Boese, Sandra K. and James R.
Rohrbach, Michael and Marilynn.
Steward, Carol A. and Gary L.
Curalli, Susan I. and Tom A.
Marriage Dissolution Granted
Long, Harold K. and Paula M.
Schumacker, William G. and Lora L.
Johnson, Harry L. and Marva J.
Schmitt, Gary D. and Karilee D.
Beddingfield, Samuel M. and Debra J.
Hanley, William and Lori.
Pitt, James O. and Cheryl L.
Henderson, Thomas A. and Barbara A.
Jack, Michael R. and Rebbeca J.
Walker, James G. and Link, Pamela J.
Dunford, Randy E. and Christie J.
Bollman, Michael S. and Ann D.
Kyler, Hermest A. and Teresa L.
Judge Tari S. Eitzen
Leslie Warren Botero, 23, four months in jail with credit given for 11 days served, 12 months community supervision, after pleading guilty to first-degree theft.
Charles Leigh Landon, 19; $1,695 restitution, three months in jail, 12 months community supervision, after pleading guilty to taking motor vehicle without permission; second offense; three months in jail to run concurrently with above sentence, after pleading guilty to second-degree malicious mischief; third offence: three months in jail with credit given for 48 days served, to run concurrently with above sentence, after pleading guilty to second-degree possession of stolen property.
Ricardo Castellano, 19; 48 months in prison with credit given for 162 days served, after pleading guilty to two counts of delivery of controlled substance (methamphetamine).
Darren Leslie Miller, 22; three months in jail with credit given for 31 days served, 12 months community supervision, after pleading guilty to delivery of controlled substance (marijuana).
Juan Angulo and Martin C. Ponce vs. Ralph Broetje dba Broetje Orchards and/or First Fruits of Washington, complaint for damages under the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act.
Henry W. and Edith V. Smith vs. Dave Black, Black and Clark Securities, et al, complaint for rescission and damages under violation of Federal Securities Law.
Robert W. Johnston vs. Burlington Northern Railroad Company, complaint for injuries.
Roger D. Mudd, Kennewick, debts of $20,353.
Stanley T. Miller, Mallot, Wash., debts of $26,620.
Robert T. and Gail A. Hynes, Kennewick, debts of $31,246.
Tommy L. and Jeanette C. Boyer, Kennewick, debts of $39,491.
William H. Gintz Jr., 1118 E. Lacrosse, debts of $55,517.
Matthew L. and Somsong C. Jarman, debts of $42,688.
Daniel B. Flathers, Yakima, debts of $81,547.
Roy C. Reyes, Yakima, debts of $11,180.
Jeana L. Noble, 2918 E. Ermina, debts of $10,955.
Heide M. Hebb, 509 S. Eastern, debts of $136,187.
Kathleen W. Shelly, 8404 E. Valley, debts of $25,813.
Jasper W. Webb, Yakima, debts of $51,367.
Ralph and Darla Gibson, Loon Lake, Wash., debts of $71,737.
Emilio C. and Peggy A. Mendoza, Moses Lake, debts of $62,887.
Chad M. and Jacque M. Dutcher, 612 E. Kiernan, debts unspecified.
Ronald L. Callaway, 107 E. Courtland, debts unspecified
Cindy M. Schletzbaum, Deer Park, debts unspecified.
Ann-Luise Kent, 6125 N. Mayfair, debts unspecified.
Danny L. Endicott, Moses Lake, debts of $43,023.
Wage Earner Petitions
James L. and Cheryl S. Winger, 5904 Ranch Park Lane, debts unspecified.
Leonard M. Parker, Clarkston, Wash., debts of $45,000.
Only fines or forfeitures of $75 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge John J. Madden
Brian P. Boisjolie, 20; $600 fine, negligent driving.
Charles L. Hansen Jr., 29; $200 fine, 12 months probation, second-degree driving with license suspended.
Darryl L. Lloyd, 31; $100 fine, 24 months probation, first-degree criminal trespass.
Charles E. Pettit, 35, $200 fine, 12 months probation, second-degree driving with license suspended; second offense: $100 fine, driving without a drivers license.
Judge Sara B. Derr
Danny J. Collins; 31; $114 fine, failure to yield right of way; second offense: $85 fine, no liability insurance; third offense: $100 fine, 12 months probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Troy L. Curtiss, 30; $200 fine, 24 months probation, assault.
John P. Treece, 38; $100 fine, 12 months probation, driving without a license.
Jon F. Wuerch, 36; 12 months probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Tracee R. Sleep, 21; $100 fine, 12 months probation, prostitution.
Ernest D. Resler, 29; $100 fine, 12 months probation, refusal to cooperate/give information.
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