Blaine M. Highbarger and Becca L. Collins, both of Deer Park.
Ryan M. Campbell and Amy A. Kruse, both of Spokane.
Gordon W. Babcock, of Newman Lake, and Darla A. Kopp-Hammond, of Mead.
Michel S. Mell and Tara R. Hitesman, both of Helena.
Natalie K. Sheffield and Debra A. Sheppard, both of Colorado Springs, Colo.
Zachariah J. Coning, of Spokane, and Sarah J. Powell, of Colbert.
Jose A. Gomez and Veronica Duarte, both of Spokane Valley.
Richard A. Perry and Judith A. Morse, both of Spokane.
Jesse J. Luna and Lacey A. Chavez, both of Spokane.
Timofey A. Bordak and Fatima F. Tanasova, both of Deer Park.
Earston A. Hewitt and Shelby C. Morrow, both of Airway Heights.
In the courts Superior courts
Cavalry SPV v. Marilyn A. Stowell, money claimed owed.
Main Street Acquisition v. Ronald Weaver, money claimed owed.
Thomas Schafer v. Richard and Sons et al., breach of contract.
Kathleen Trent et al. v. Angie L. Brocher et al., restitution of premises.
Jon Adams v. Vincent C. Flood, restitution of premises.
Peter Nemeth et al. v. Tamia Kimball et al., restitution of premises.
4th and Washington LLC v. Brian Ryals et al., restitution of premises.
Marriage dissolution petitions
Corbett, Carol A. and Tyrone D.
Baker, Wayne A. and Dawn I.
Knight, Renate H. and Rickey M.
Vio, Anthony L. and Clover L.
Ottosen, Dena G., and Altizer, Anthony M.
Sheikh, Caroline T. and Khawar N.
Petry, Leslie M. and Vernell
Stuter, Byrd C. and Lynn M.
Turner, Amanda M. and Matthew P.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Fifer, Dawn F. and Gary L.
Christensen, Erica and Richard
Parker, Doug and Jamie J.
Brown, Stephanie M. and Andrew L.
Perez, Melissa A. and Johnathan J.
Stoddard, Tonya J. and Thomas L.
Judge Ellen Kalama Clark
Adam R. Dahlman, 25; $1,786 restitution, 25 months in prison, 25 months probation, after pleading guilty to two counts of theft of a motor vehicle.
Erica A. Ellis, 25; 40 days in jail with credit given for 40 days served, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.
Judge Harold D. Clarke III
Chadd J. Benefield, 29; 15 days in jail with credit given for 15 days served, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance.
Cody A. Dewitt, 20; 20 days in jail with credit given for 20 days served, after pleading guilty to solicitation to commit possession of a controlled substance.
Trevor R. McClure, 21; 19 days in jail with credit given for 19 days served, after pleading guilty to money laundering.
Judge John O. Cooney
Fikadu A. Alamene, 26; four days in jail with credit given for four days served, after pleading guilty to two counts of money laundering.
Judge Sam F. Cozza
Clayton T. Smith, 26; $1,550 restitution, 12 months and one day in prison, after pleading guilty to second-degree criminal mistreatment and third-degree assault of a child.
Rashad F. Toussiant, 27; 26 days in jail with credit given for 26 days served, after pleading guilty to harassment.
Judge Patrick Monasmith
Ryan M. Murphy, 44; $3,358 restitution, three months in jail, after pleading guilty to third-degree assault.
Judge James M. Triplet
Mark E. Lind, 44; three days in jail with credit given for three days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to two counts of conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.
Norman G. Sumner, 45; seven days in jail with credit given for seven days served, after pleading guilty to money laundering.
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