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Spokane County

Marriage Licenses

Anthony D. Wilson and Cynthia L. Eaton, both of Spokane.

Jerome Locke and Yolanda M. Brown, both of Spokane.

Jason E. Farr and Buffy J. Grzogorek, both of Spokane.

Michael D. Eirls of Kai Lua, Hawaii, and Cindy L. Fossum of Spokane.

Wade J. McFarlan and Patricia L. Munson, both of Spokane.

In the courts

Superior Courts New suits

The Information Source vs. Leanna Wessel, seeking restitution of premises.

Vicki L. Schade vs. Steve Parker, et al., complaint for personal injuries due to a motor vehicle accident.

John and Lea A. Salvo dba Jello Tree Recording Studio vs. Baker Construction and Krueger Sheet Metal Co., complaint for damages.

Matthew D. and Sandi D. Alton, et al., vs. John and Cheryl Rossi, complaint for damages.

Duanne Smith vs. Todd and Rebecca Allison, seeking restitution of premises.

Patrick K. Walsh vs. Robert Aagard, et al., complaint for damages.

Renee Gerhard vs. Larry Bettesworth, et al., complaint for damages. Erik Mortuedt vs. April Hughes, seeking restitution of premises.

The Information Source vs. Shawna Crowe, seeking restitution of premises.

Kiemle and Hagwood Co. vs. James and Dana Evans, seeking restitution of premises.

Don Roseborough, et al., vs. Angie Coachiarella, seeking restitution of premises.

Becker Management and Associates Inc. vs.

Medora R. Mansfield, seeking restitution of premises.

Linda L. Huntley vs. Shelly Hoyle, et al., seeking restitution of premises.

Ed-Bet Family Trust vs.

Willis and Angela Hubbard, seeking restitution of premises.

Valley Green Apartments vs. Jennifer Dobrenski, et al., seeking restitution of premises.

Valley Green Apartments vs. Jason M. Degeogio, et al., seeking restitution of premises.

Marriage dissolution petitions

Higgins, Bobby M. and Jean M.

Marriage dissolution granted

Gering, Lee P. and Donna J.

Oberle, Gerald D. and Maria S.

Hoffman, David A. and Michelle S.

O’Bannan, Clarence and Alice

Criminal sentencings Judge James M. Murphy

Kenneth L. McLaughlin, 27; $1,527 restitution, 12 months in prison with credit given for 64 days served, after pleading guilty to residential burglary.

Federal courts New suits

U.S. vs. Robert and Catherine Shannon, et al., foreclosure action.

Bankruptcy petitions

Guy and Laura Charlton, 1925 E. 63rd, debts of $230,336.

David Denton, E. 54 Longfellow, debts of $20,087.

Dale and MaDonna Wadley, 1507 E. Boone, debts of $15,427.

Brian and Kristie Traver, 2109 First, Fairchild AFB, debts unspecified.

Laurel Mickelsen, 12807 E. Sprague, debts of $68,381.

Keith and Ginger Schultz, Walla Walla, debts unspecified.

Shelly Wilkinson, Entiat, Wash., debts of $103,370.

Luis and Monica Gonzales, Richland, debts of $35,705.

Randy and Regina Jolley, Republic, Wash., debts of $12,996.

Michael Russell, Kennewick, debts of $12,925.

Ardena Armfield, Kennewick, debts of $16,355.

Sean Patrick, Yakima, debts of $14,815.

Terry and Theresa Humphries, Yakima, debts of $94,187.

Willard Blakeway, Yakima, debts of $26,907.

Charles and Patricia Senters, Naches, Wash., debts of $65,589.

Gene and Joan LeDoux, Yakima, debts of $19,486.

Merlin and Mitzi Williams, Otis Orchards, debts of $171,370.

Thomas and Tena Barbour, Nine Mile Falls, debts of $132,432.

John Michel, 3015 E. 12th, debts of $59,263.

Angela Kendall, 3008 N. Argonne, debts of $12,628.

Timothy Brink, 7407 E. Cataldo, debts of $59,735.

William and Angela Peters, 207 E. Garland, debts of $11,894.

Gerald and Merlene Guthrie, Davenport, Wash., debts of $28,878.

Shelley McKibben, Quincy, Wash, debts unspecified.

Shannon Doyle, 914 W. Mansfield, debts of $26,160.

Antonio Pimental, Othello, Wash., debts of $18,098.

Raymond and Cheryl Cook, Tonasket, Wash., debts of $13,360.

Val Schneider, East Wenatchee, debts of $35,662.

Wage earner petitions

Jeremy Brondt, 1723 N. Union, debts of $18,243.

Oliver Lattimore, 3408 W. 36th, debts unspecified.

Rick Kneifel, Kennewick, debts of $8,947.

Timothy Fleisher, Everett, debts unspecified.

Kenneth Shaw, 3003 E. Nora, debts unspecified.

District courts

Only fines or forfeitures of $75 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.

Judge Mike Padden

Ronald D. Fossum, 29; $1,000 fine, 150 days in jail, 24 months’ probation, first-degree driving with license suspended, $250 fine, liability insurance required.

Judge Daniel T. Maggs

Matthew T. King, 21; $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, fail to transfer title.

Kelly W. Frazier, 35; $150 fine, 24 months’ probation, assault.

Shelly D. Copeland, 26; $685 fine, 24 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated.

Michael F. Gardner, 39; $685 fine, 24 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated.

Joshua A. Riehle, 19; $300 fine, 12 months’ probation, aiming and discharging a firearm.

Kerry F. Groves, 25; $100 fine, 24 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended, $250 fine, possession of a controlled substance, $250 fine, possession of drug paraphernalia.

George R. Krohling, 29; $125 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Daniel A. Melius, 26; $250 fine, 24 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Brian T. Mann, 26; $125 fine, liability insurance required.

Derrick G. Moore, 33; $250 fine, 24 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Stanley G. Moritz, 34; $200 fine, 24 months’ probation, disorderly conduct.

Mike A. Petelle, 28; $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Joshua D. Rugmire, 19; $150 fine, 24 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended, $100 fine, liability insurance required.

James E. White, 26; $250 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

, DataTimes



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