Garret R. Brickey, of Deer Park, and Elizabeth S. Ferry, of Colbert.
Melinda A. Stafford and Barbara J. Williamson, both of Spokane.
George A.V. Hemphill and April A. Reiter, both of Haddon Heights, N.J.
Patrick S. Di Bari and Nedra J. Burt, both of Spokane.
Blaine A. Crutchfield, of Camp Lejeune, N.C., and Deolia E. Beeler, of Spokane.
Stephanie L. Hillius and Debra L. Hamilton, both of Twin Falls, Idaho.
Michael J. Kurth and Tandra L. Melville, both of Spokane.
Joshua P. Halvorsen and Stephanie M. Smith, both of Valley, Wash.
Karen R. Oster and Dana M. Cook, both of Meridian, Idaho.
David M. Alderson and Tanasha L. McCray, both of Spokane.
Joseph G. Hansen and Katie C. Hendricks, both of Spokane.
Marcus C.W. Hutchens and Angeleah M. Frey, both of Spokane.
Thomas R. Marik and Denise M. Beaulieu, both of Spokane Valley.
Christopher G. Camm and Audreana H. Dutt, both of Spokane.
Douglas F. Spencer and Constance M. Barnett, both of Clayton, Wash.
Jack L. Collins and Colleen M. Olson, both of Airway Heights.
Ryan N. Nguyen and Hoa E. Pham, both of Spokane.
Melody R. Stupey and Donna R. Umali, both of Nine Mile Falls.
Kirk A. Beaulieu and Brionna S. Mimier, both of Spokane.
Carter A. Swedo and Chelsea N. Vanos, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Malcolm A. Turner and Deirdre A. Stockton, both of Spokane Valley.
In the courts Superior courts
Raymond Guerra v. Always Approved Auto, money claimed owed.
William T. Thomas et al. v. Shawn D. Barrong et al., medical malpractice.
Karl Patterson v. John D. Johnson, injuries/vehicle collision.
Peter Chase et al. v. Carbon Cycle Investments LLC et al., breach of contract.
KPS Management v. Veronica J. Rennaker, restitution of premises.
KPS Management v. George Simpkins, restitution of premises.
David J. Rolands v. Thomas Dougherty, restitution of premises.
Asta Properties LLC v. Leila Elfarraj et al., restitution of premises.
Ed Skaug v. Dominique Lee et al., restitution of premises.
James F. Olson v. Yvonne Rigby et al., restitution of premises.
Ager Development Co. LLC v. Melinda Fenske et al., restitution of premises.
University Village Apartments LLC v. Brandon Gomez et al., restitution of premises.
Karen Gallion v. Raymond L. Jorgensen et al., restitution of premises.
Meeds Inc. v. Michael Sardin et al., restitution of premises.
Ron McArthur v. Jon Russell et al., restitution of premises.
Marriage dissolution petitions
Stragier, Linda M. and Joseph A.
Ritchie, Vickie L. and Billy G.
Breckenridge, Jackie B., and Stoddard, Jason K.
Callahan, Lori and Kevin
Carroll, Matthew J. and Crystal M.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Kammerer, David and Erin
Pedigo, Dora J. and Gerald R.
Anderson, Lesley A. and Daniel R.
Rapp, Antonio J. and Brooke C.
Steeley, Kenneth H. and Tiffany A.
Estudillo, Linda J. and Eloy G.
Blount, Jennifer R. and Drew J.
Sims, Audra A., and Major, Kristine M.
Judge Sam F. Cozza
Orry L. Adams, 18; 13 months in prison with credit given for 122 days served, 18 months probation, after pleading guilty to second-degree robbery.
Crystal L. Fuller, 29; 12 months and one day in prison, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to delivery of a controlled substance.
Thomas L. Holme, 38; 22 months in prison, after pleading guilty to second-degree burglary.
Judge James M. Triplet
Tierre S. Walker, 31; 60 days in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to riot and two counts of conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.
William and Janice Kinsella, 4301 S. Orlando Court; debts of $601,282.
Carlos Montes, and Raquel Serrano, Pasco; debts of $65,223.
Kenneth McFarlin, Richland; debts of $26,847.
Allen and Colleen Hart, 4623 W. Northwest Blvd.; debts of $210,957.
Jennifer Keith, 2420 S. Canyon Woods Lane; debts of $56,489.
Marco Vasquez, Yakima; debts of $265,894.
John and Theresa Hein, Colville; debts of $243,174.
Russell Tennyhill, 2812 E. Fourth Ave.; debts of $135,874.
Michael and Patricia Bowers, Medical Lake; debts of $499,236.
Municipal and District courts
Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Mary Logan
Salina M. Dallman, 29; 10 days in jail, occupy/build transient shelter.
Johnathan D. Dauteuil, 34; 30 days in jail, first-degree driving with license suspended and operating a vehicle without ignition interlock.
Michael R.A. Davis, 24; $865 fine, two days in jail, reckless driving and reckless endangerment.
Avery C. Doutre, 29; 60 days in jail, theft and making or having burglar tools.
Darsi A. Eastman, 48; one day in jail, theft.
Steven P. Fuller, 41; $1,196 fine, 90 days in jail, driving while intoxicated.
Andrew S. Gallas, 25; 20 days in jail, theft.
Nathan C. Gunion, 36; 20 days in jail, second-degree premises trespass.
Commissioner Kevin Stewart
Jesus R. Garcia, 42; 60 days in jail, operating a vehicle without ignition interlock.
Judge Tracy Staab
Timothy R. Phillips, 26; 10 days in jail, harassment.
Jeffrey A. Powell, 43; nine days in jail, theft.
Eduardo L. Principio Jr., 23; 30 days in jail, second-degree driving with license suspended.
Aubrey J.L. Roth, 25; five days in jail, theft.
Charles E. Rutledge, 50; 30 days in jail, commercial driver’s license required.
Janice R. Shatzer, 52; 90 days in jail, theft.
George F. Sheets, 48; five days in jail, second-degree vehicle prowling and two counts of second-degree premises trespass.
Jimmy J. Sijohn, 38; 15 days in jail, second-degree driving with license suspended.
Annie M. Sinka, 34; one day in jail, disorderly conduct.
Jesse Soto, 49; $1,196 fine, 90 days in jail, hit-and-run attended vehicle and driving while intoxicated.
Jim Morin/Miami Herald
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