Jason C.P. Janvier and Sara E. Stanger, both of Spokane.
William A. Zellers and Kathy L. Zellers, both of Spokane Valley.
Chad J. Donoho and Eileen K. Tanaka, both of Spokane.
Matthew J. Swails and Karrie S. Hess, both of Spokane.
Cody G. Urich and Lacy M. Roa, both of Spokane Valley.
Lionel R. Liberty and Autumn A. Smith, both of Spokane.
Randy W. Marshall and Jessica L. Stemick, both of Spokane.
Kendall S. Havens and Joani L. Lebsock, both of Spokane.
In the courts
Discover Bank v. Candace D. Cogdill, money claimed owed.
Spokane Restaurant Equipment Inc. v. Bridger Kitchens, money claimed owed.
Shirley A. Huguenin v. Extendicare Home Inc., medical malpractice.
Yvette Bendickson v. 57th and Regal LLC, personal injury.
Shane W. Wolf v. Margaret Nichols, injuries/vehicle collision.
Linda Newby v. Inland Northwest Health Services, negligence.
Williams Properties v. Jerry Jefford, restitution of premises.
Federal National Mortgage Association v. Marcelle J. Dvorak, restitution of premises.
Federal National Mortgage Association v. Adranig W. Torosian, restitution of premises.
Jeff Gay v. Andy Ruisoneau, restitution of premises.
Marriage dissolution petitions
Robinson, Kirk and Jenny
Hicks, Mitchell J. and Lucenette
Dickinson, Randi J. and Robert J.
Velarde, Kourtney L. and Jason L.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Skrei, Nancy J. and Richard P.
Howell, Ronnie J. and Arlynne M.
Haeger, Jeffrey R. and Holly R.
Heath, Lisa and Daniel
Declaration of invalidity
Anderson, Debbe J. and Franklin, Steven D.
Judge Harold D. Clarke III
Jay M. Pearson, 28; $1,000 fine, 24 months in prison with credit given for two days served, after pleading guilty to two counts of delivery of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
Judge Maryann C. Moreno
Arlyanne M. Ellicott, 21; $5,000 restitution, one month in jail, after pleading guilty to second-degree burglary.
Jerome W. Rosenthal, 58; 74 days in jail with credit given for 74 days served, after pleading guilty to domestic violence riot.
Ian R. Hutchinson, 26; $715 restitution, 22 months in prison with credit given for 199 days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree trafficking in stolen property.
Desert Rock Excavation Inc., Moses Lake; debts of $1,500,557.
James and Lori Phillips, Davenport, Wash.; debts of $2,314,529.
Eugene and Carolyn Brower, 1021 W. Westover Road; debts of $264,082.
Municipal and District courts
Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Vance W. Peterson
Bradley R. Cairnes, 50; nine days in jail with credit given for nine days served, 24 months probation, third-degree malicious mischief.
Judge John O. Cooney
Donald B. Dunnell, 46; $1,546 fine, 135 days in jail with credit given for two days served, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated.
Ryan M. Javier, 21; $500 fine, two days in jail, 12 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to first-degree negligent driving.
Karl E. Kaiser, 49; $866 fine, two days in jail with credit given for two days served, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated.
Austin J. Leeper, 22; $500 fine, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to first-degree negligent driving.
Allan J. Loehding, 24; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, hit and run - attended vehicle amended to hit and run - unattended vehicle.
Igor V. Maltsev, 29; $866 fine, one day in jail converted to eight hours of community service, 12 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless driving.
Muoi V. Nguyen, 34; 12 days in jail with credit given for 12 days served, third-degree theft.
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