Aaron Casey Bean and Angela Rosemarie Edlin, both of Spokane.
Robert L. Cornine and Benita L. Ryerson, both of Succasunna, N.J.
Erik J. Peterson and Marci D. Spence, both of Spokane.
Jon M. Visintainer and Laura L. Allen, both of Spokane.
Baudilio Gonzales and Stefanie R. Shilliam, both of Spokane.
Jared D. Pauletto and Cindy M. Beil, both of Spokane.
Terry R. Impecoven Sr. and Sandra J. Scoles, both of Spokane.
Robert P. Frye and Erin M. Milne, both of Spokane.
In the Courts
Jim and Gail Mahoney vs. Kim Krell, seeking restitution of premises.
Janet H. Dixon vs. Alan E. Turner, seeking restitution for damages from a vehicle collision.
Christine M. Fueston vs. Michael C. Richmond, seeking restitution for damages from a vehicle collision.
Appleway Equipment Leasing vs. Marta Feder, money claimed owed.
James J. Gillespie vs. Spokane School District 81, complaint for damages.
Marriage Dissolution Petitions
Mary E. and James C. Christopher.
Heather and Michael Dawson.
Devin B. and Kristine K. Fisher.
Daniel R. and Terrah M. Trebesch.
Kimberlee L. and Joseph A. Webb.
Joel L. and Ronna R. Emerson.
Steven J. and Tonya S. Heydt.
Mark R. and Rama D. Bohn.
Marilyn E. and Charles A. Grammer.
Marriage Dissolution Granted
Tony L. Caddy and Julie L. Anderson.
Pirie, Donald H. and Katherine K.
Fochtman, Gary L. and Victoria L.
Feichtner, Mark E. and Janis E.
Tedesco, Joseph and Carolyn.
Judge Sam F. Cozza
Robert James Galliher, two months in jail with credit given for three days served, 12 months’ probation, after pleading guilty to second-degree theft, and two counts of second-degree possession of stolen property.
Douglas Barnette Williams, $1,000 fine, 42 months in prison with credit given for 36 days served, after being found guilty of delivery of a controlled substance-cocaine.
Judge Michael E. Donohue
Dana Yvonne Weaver, $2,000 fine, 26 months in prison with credit given for 57 days served, after pleading guilty to delivery of a controlled substance-cocaine.
Jean M. Iverson vs. Whitman County, complaint for damages and jury demand.
International Tyrecycle vs. The Maryland Insurance Group, seeking restitution for an alleged breach of contract.
Hampshire House Publishing vs. KHSS Inc., complaint for copyrights infringement.
Susan Scouras vs. Gonzaga University, complaint for damages.
Casey Dalton vs. State of Washington, complaint for damages.
Tyra M. Tompkins vs. John P. Scofield, complaint for personal injury.
Michael L. and Linda A. VanMarter, 4020 E. Jackson, debts of $109,769.
Roy R. Jewett, Deer Park, debts unspecified.
Debora Peterson, Valleyford, debts of $18,764.
Rose E. Andler, Ellensburg, debts of $19,381.
Faamamatuga and Athena Poumele, 3105 W. Bismark, debts of $159,171.
Joseph W. and Voncele Brenton Sr., 1303 E. Courtland, debts of $69,848.
Wage Earner Petitions
LeilaniL. Gerhardt, 1655 E. Queen, debts of $11,585.
LeRoy W. and Sharon R. Ridenour, Grandview, Wash., debts of $33,987.
Billie S. Miller, Newport, debts of $13,245.
Only fines or forfeitures of $75 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Richard J. Richard
Dawn M. Fisher, 23, $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Michael T. Highwood, 37, $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Patricia M. Schoener, 20, $125 fine, no liability insurance.
Katherine A. Koenig, 40, $200 fine, 24 months’ probation, theft.
James D. Ramsey, 37, $685 fine, 24 months’ probation, reckless driving.
Linda G. Simpson, 48, $150 fine, 12 months’ probation, first-degree negligent driving.
Jack L. Wilkie, 39, $150 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Valentino D. Lesesne, 43, $150 fine, possession of marijuana.
Judge John J. Madden
Michael D. Fry, 26, $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Marc J. Mueller, 24, $685 fine, 24 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated.
Judge V. Rockwood
David A. Collins, 21, $125 fine, operating motor vehicle without liability insurance.
Casey D. Eason, 24, $685 fine, 24 months’ probation, reckless driving.
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