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Marriage licenses

Kevin B. Sullivan and Kristina M. Raynor, both of Spokane.

Sean E. Kiphart and Lindsay L. Stanford, both of Spokane.

Zachary G. Smith and Jori A. Boldt, both of Spokane Valley.

Luis G. Vargas-Sanchez and Shelly K. Pardue, both of Spokane Valley.

Chad V. Eutsler and Melissa A. Burdg, both of Deer Park.

Wyatt M. Odell and Kaitlin L. Way, both of Mead.

Corey D. Brown, of Spokane, and Calandra M. Halpin, of Colbert.

Christopher J. Mackin and Brenda A. Mecum, both of Spokane.

Ilya A. Eykhvald and Natalya Y. Tishchenko, both of Spokane.

Nicholas L. Branham and Kailyn H. Tunstall, both of Spokane Valley.

Jason W. Schuon and Dyanna N. Wold, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Robert B. Boltjes and Kristen M. Kissinger, both of Spokane.

Bryan M. Bein and Kirsten E. Brown, both of Airway Heights.

Samuel D. Schlaich, of Greenacres, and Heather C. Wisswell, of Cheney.

Doug K. Fields and Elizabeth M. Wilson, both of Spokane Valley.

Michael R. Schock and Melissa M. Baltrusch, both of Post Falls.

In the courts Superior courts

New suits

Stacey M. Levin v. Brianna L. Graybeal-Saugen, injuries/vehicle collision.

Cedar Ridge Apartments LLC v. Roderick M. Harvey, restitution of premises.

Joseph P. Taggart v. Susan Burke et al., restitution of premises.

Marriage dissolution petitions

King, Holly E. and Ronald

Cameron, Eric J. and Mindy M.

Rolstad, Pamela and Tracy

Osborne, Jeff A. and Spencer, Mara R.

Gill, Sandra J. and Michael W.

Vanderwegen, Treva and Eric

Marriage dissolutions granted

Nether, Darrell and Yvonne

Rudmann, Joseph A. and Natalia O.

Puyana, Aaron W. and Kristin D.

Ramsden, Clayton and Kayla A.

Garner, Bridget M. and David A.

Overby, Darryl and Toinette

Costello, Matthew and Deanna

Cole, Marcia L. and Mark A.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Kathleen M. O’Connor

Matthew M. Nedeau, 26; $7,709 restitution, 252 months in prison, after being found guilty of second-degree murder and second-degree assault.

Judge Harold D. Clarke III

Theodore M. Pierce, 65; 19 days in jail with credit given for 19 days served, after pleading guilty to riot.

Susan Burke, 49; four days in jail with credit given for four days served, after pleading guilty to money laundering.

Pamela R. Faulkner, 48; three days in jail with credit given for three days served, after pleading guilty to three counts of first-degree criminal impersonation.

Raeann L. Tevlin, 20; $370 restitution, four days in jail with credit given for five days served, after pleading guilty to first-degree theft.

Teresa D. Depriest, 48; 30 days in jail with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance.

Judge Sam F. Cozza

Tyna A. Hilliard, 54; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to involving a minor in an unlawful controlled substance transaction.

Judge Annette Plese

Jacob T. Shahan, 22; one day in jail, after pleading guilty to delivery of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.

Municipal and District courts

Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.

Judge Michelle Szambelan

Charles R. Kreitz Jr., 49; 15 days in jail, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Laura K. New, 47; 90 days in jail, theft.

Alphonso Guster, 47; $1,000 fine, theft.

Elisha L. Landberg, 20; two days in jail, vehicle operator refused to comply with police and hit and run - unattended property.

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