William M. Sweeney, of Crandall, Texas, and Lytashia N. Lewis, of Riley, Mich.
Cody J. Verabanac, of Fairchild Air Force Base, and Leenah M. Boisoneau, of Spokane.
Ian P. Gorton and Nicole M. Blackman, both of Spokane.
Mark W. Mayhew and Laura M. Lehinger, both of Spokane.
Justin T. Lengling and Christi K. Combs, both of Spokane.
Kelly T. Crumpler and Michelle R. Grunst, both of Spokane.
James T. Denton and Darby A. Day, both of Spokane.
Ronald A. Zitzelberger and Catherine A. Williams, both of Spokane Valley.
Jason H. Holloway and Stefanie J. Lesser, both of Spokane.
In the courts Superior courts
Discover Bank v. Shannon M. Barta et al., money claimed owed.
Chase Bank USA N.A. v. Richard Elley et al., money claimed owed.
Discover Bank v. Jeffrey B. Garrison et al., money claimed owed.
Capital One Bank USA N.A. v. Cassandra M. Hoskins, money claimed owed.
PNC Bank v. Thomas O. Alderson, money claimed owed.
Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance Inc. v. Rebecca A. Rothaermel, money claimed owed.
Window Products Inc. v. Queen Anne Restoration and Remodel Inc. et al., enforcement of guaranty.
Janice Courchaine et al. v. Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company et al., breach of contract.
Partners in Care v. Timothy Mackin et al., unjust enrichment.
Oksana R. Tambiev v. Jody L. Stirpe, injuries/vehicle collision.
James Winter v. John Holliday et al., injuries/vehicle collision.
Mira A. Porter et al. v. Shon M. Peil et al., violation of the Insurance Fair Conduct Act.
Marriage dissolution petitions
Cook, Dale E. and Karen G.
McDonald, Celeste and Denver
Vasquez, Francine and Gabriel
Coerver, Brian M. and Amber J.
Drinkwine, Brad A. and Janet L.
Stellwagen, Kurt K. and Susan A. P.
Brainard, Paul and Kimberly
Woods, Kaye and Mark
Condon, Katherine M. and Andrew
Jacobsen, Denny A. and Alyson J.
Heyer, Shawn M. and Preston M.
Eccleston, Gloria M. and Everett
Marriage dissolutions granted
Ouellette, Deborah and William J.
Murrell, April M. and Dan D.
Varga, Jennifer B. and Mark R.
Birchell, Gregory A. and Alicia S.
Baker, Heather M. and Howard S.
Beason, Molly and Jadda
Hollman, George A. and Tracy L.
Judge Neil Q. Rielly
Mark E. Battles, 41; five days in jail, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance.
Judge Harold D. Clarke III
Shaun P. Davis, 37; 24 months in prison, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance and third-degree possession of stolen property.
Judge Annette S. Plese
Kirk W. Michael, 39; 12 months in jail, after being found guilty of fourth-degree assault and reckless driving.
Judge Sam F. Cozza
Spenser L. Smith, 19; $2,010 restitution, one month in jail, after pleading guilty to second-degree burglary.
Eduard V. Lashikay, 19; three days in jail with credit given for three days served, 24 months probation, after pleading guilty to six counts of forgery.
Judge Maryann C. Moreno
Sarah N. Burtts, 24; six months and one day in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to two counts of obtaining or attempting to obtain a controlled substance by fraud and possession of a controlled substance.
Casey W. Anderson, 21; $340 restitution, 16 days in jail, after pleading guilty to second-degree theft, unlawful issuance of a bank check, first-degree trafficking in stolen property and third-degree retail theft with extenuating circumstances.
Holly C. Blackstone, 32; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, two years probation, after pleading guilty to solicitation to commit possession of a controlled substance.
Nicholas R. McNeal, 18; $427 restitution, one day in jail with credit given for one day served, two years probation, after pleading guilty to third-degree malicious mischief.
Christopher D. Sutton, 30; $1,000 fine, one day in jail, 24 months probation, after pleading guilty to two counts of possession of a controlled substance.
Jack S. Todd, 25; five days in jail with credit given for five days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to three counts of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance.
Randy G. Marshall, 45; eight months in jail, 36 months probation, after pleading guilty to failure to register as a sex/kidnap offender.
Scott A. Turner, 25; 37 days in jail with credit given for 37 days served, after pleading guilty to domestic violence riot.
Scott E. Stoll, 41; $6,000 restitution, one day in jail with credit given for one day served, 24 months probation, after pleading guilty to fourth-degree assault.
Vatsana Muongkhoth, 22; 27 months in prison, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery.
William L. Hull, 67; eight days in jail with credit given for five days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance.
Tamara Vaughn, Cheney; debts of $389,337.
Travis Learn, 11411 S. Sherman Road; debts of $185,495.
Roberto and Sayuri Contreras, Pasco; debts of $888,925.
Dwight and Desiree Goering, Moses Lake; debts of $78,646.
Lance and Tammy Strickland, Richland; debts of $243,391.
Barbara Nasralla, Albion, Wash.; debts of $109,822.
Anita Mcgovern, Palouse; debts of $113,831.
Tereasa Hall, Pullman; debts of $69,179.
Judy Grant, Grand Coulee, Wash.; debts of $56,126.
Dawnn Eipper, Spokane Valley; debts of $302,042.
Joshua and Jamie Alvarez, Pasco; debts of $269,377.
Municipal and District courts
Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge John O. Cooney
Richard L. Cheers, 24; two days in jail with credit given for two days served, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Frank M. Fry, 47; $550 fine, second-degree negligent driving.
David E. Johnson, 26; one day in jail converted to eight hours of community service, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Commissioner Dan Davis/Judge Mary Logan
Yosef A. Leppert, 29; $550 fine, operating a motor vehicle without liability insurance.
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