Thomas W. Martin, of Enid, Okla., and Rachel A. Knecht, of Cheney.
In the courts
William Luke v. Mark Douglass, restitution of premises.
Williams Properties v. Daniel J. Jones et al., restitution of premises.
Cedar Grove Limited v. Jason Bailey et al., restitution of premises.
Davis-Paul Management Group v. Jack Judson et al., restitution of premises.
Pacificap Management Inc. v. Jacob Steed, restitution of premises.
Willard Peterson et al. v. Gale A. Henrichs, constructive trust.
Sandra J. Roberts v. Mountain Lake Enterprises LLP, breach of contract.
Sandra L. Brewer v. Leonard Padgett, injuries/vehicle collision.
State of Washington v. United Home Savers et al., deceptive advertising.
Consumer Portfolio Services v. Virginia Miller et al., money claimed owed.
Harvest Credit Management VII v. William J. Cain, money claimed owed.
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. et al., v. Carmen Huggins et al., injuries/vehicle collision.
Acorn 03 LLC v. Dana Rupp, restitution of premises.
Serena K. McIntire v. Jacqueline Demarco, injuries/vehicle collision.
Marriage dissolution petitions
Turner, Dorene R. and Charles W.
O’Grady, Elizabeth and Michael
Dorius, David and Jennifer J.
Marriage dissolutions granted
O’Hare, Kristina M. and Brian J.
Cuevas, Cheyenne S. and Moses J.
Menko, Simon L. and Carlene B.
Kraus, Ryan H. and Brinkley, Ana K.
Thorp, Lonny D. and Colette D.
Judge Linda G. Tompkins
Jeremy D. Oberender, 32; $1,379 restitution, two months in jail with credit given for 22 days served, after being found guilty of second-degree theft.
New civil cases
Timothy McCamey v. Uttecht et al., violation of civil rights.
Benjamin F. Barton v. NCO Financial Systems Inc., violation of the Washington State Collection Agency Act.
Brian Dexter v. Linh K. Tran et al., violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Anthony L. Lattimer v. TOC Directors et al., violation of civil rights.
Anthony L. Lattimer v. Brad Livington et al., violation of civil rights.
Matthew Cudney v. Alsco Inc., wrongful termination.
James Williams v. BNSF Railway Co., violation of the Federal Employers Liability Act.
Cary E. Berger v. Comcast of Pennsylvania/Washington/West Virginia LP, trespass.
Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation v. U.S. Forest Service, violation of the Administrative Procedures Act.
Cheryl Petty v. Frito-Lay Inc., handicap discrimination.
United States of America v. Dennis D. Copeland et al., violations of the Federal False Claims Act.
Naomi S. White Eagle v. Eldon Vail et al., violation of civil rights.
CarMax Business Services LLC v. Car Max Auto Sales et al., trademark infringement.
Montecito Estates LLC et al. v. Chicago Title Co. et al., racketeering.
Barbara and William Richards, Spokane Valley; debts of $210,726.
Tina Singer, Electric City; debts of $21,396.
Nicholas and Sierra Smith, 1907 N. Waldo; debts of $151,628.
Carla and Lorn Sams, Moses Lake; debts of $132,688.
Veronica Cruz, Pasco; debts of $95,029.
Timothy and Readah Jamison, 815 S. Cannon; debts of $37,935.
Christopher Christensen, 409 E. Wabash and Billi Christensen, 1626 S. Hazelwood; debts of $247,181.
Anthony and Jennifer Johnston, 337 W. Central; debts not listed.
Roberta Reisdorf, 2721 S. Freya; debts not listed.
Timothy and Deborah Larson, Colbert; debts of $37,986.
Angela Wilson, 2124 E. Mallon; debts of $15,982.
Christopher and Tammy Gabel, Spokane Valley; debts of $16,357.
Tamra Soderberg, 3503 E. 21st Ave.; debts of $40,547.
Only fines of $125 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Commissioner Brad Chinn
Shannon Banks, 27; $210 fine, speeding.
Dusty T. Matthews, 18; $325 fine, operating a motor vehicle without liability insurance; $100 fine, moving an unsafe vehicle or a vehicle with deficient equipment; $100 fine, cell phone use while driving.
Michael H. Odian, 21; $200 fine, operating a motor vehicle without liability insurance; $100 fine, violation of license restriction.
Thomas J. Swartzfager, 25; $375 fine, operating a motor vehicle without liability insurance.
Mark J. Afana, 30; $550 fine, operating a motor vehicle without liability insurance; $124 fine, failure to wear a safety belt.
Raymond M. Batten Jr., 84; $440 fine, no valid operator’s license; $100 fine, headlamps on motor vehicle; $325 fine, operating a motor vehicle without liability insurance.
Terry J. Craddock, 26; $175 fine, failure to renew expired registration.
Christine R. Johnson, 33; $271 fine, speeding.
William A. Kole, 61; $175 fine, failure to stop/yield at intersection.
Susan K. Marion, 44; $353 fine, speeding.
Tyler A. Warner, 36; $210 fine, speeding.
Simon J. Way, 59; $353 fine, speeding; $124 fine, failure to renew expired registration.
Christina M. Weaver, 33; $550 fine, second-degree negligent driving; $300 fine, three counts of failure to renew expired registration; $1,250 fine, three counts of operating a motor vehicle without liability insurance; $124 fine, prohibited U-turn.
David T. Wilson, 58; $135 fine, speeding.
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