Jaims K. Greenfield and Peggy L. Willis, both of Spokane.
Jennifer A. Thomson and Julie A. Lawton, both of Spokane.
Bryan P. Varner and Emily M. Buckner, both of Spokane.
Timothy M. Leinonen and Lia H. Walker, both of Spokane.
Shawn D. Lindley and Sharo R. Asher, both of Spokane.
Adam T. Hardy and Elizabeth R. Roberts, both of Spokane.
William J. Arzon and Renealee N. Horsman, both of Spokane.
Alexei P. Botica and Liliya P. Oboznaya, both of Spokane.
Rachael N. Lynn and Marissa L. Blaes, both of Ocala, Fla.
Kristin M. Llyr and Stefanie L. Martin, both of Thompson Falls, Mont.
In the courts Superior courts
Portfolio Recovery v. Kami Newcomb, money claimed owed.
Portfolio Recovery v. Shannon Zinn, money claimed owed.
Midland Funding v. Terry Miller, money claimed owed.
Portfolio Recovery v. Matthew Krause et al., money claimed owed.
Portfolio Recovery v. Theresa L. Lawrenson, money claimed owed.
Cavalry SPV v. Susan L. Stevens, money claimed owed.
Discount Lumber & Building Supplies Inc. v. Emerald Stones Homes et al., money claimed owed.
Wells Fargo Bank v. Laura Stirling et al., foreclosure.
M. Stanley Sloan v. Leonard Hamilton et al., property damage.
Richard Fallstrom v. Gregory R. Marlow, injuries/vehicle collision.
Daniel R. Carver v. Rick G. Tysor, injuries/vehicle collision.
Bryan J. Crabbe et al. v. Jefferson E. Burns et al., restitution of premises.
Roben M. Ertter v. Charles A. Evenson et al., restitution of premises.
David Ju et al. v. Tyrees L. Donastorg et al., restitution of premises.
Deutsche Bank v. Anyimieke Culvy et al., restitution of premises.
Rod Bowen v. Joey Walker et al., restitution of premises.
Steven E. Grubb v. Justin Millette et al., restitution of premises.
Robert Harkins v. Nicole Urdahl et al., restitution of premises.
West Plains Rental v. Victor Afterbuffalo et al., restitution of premises.
Spokane Housing Authority v. Nicholas Koffel et al., restitution of premises.
Marriage dissolution petitions
Krauss, Scott E. and Janet C.
Stuart, Linda J. and Robert L.
Ward, Dana K. and Steven V.
Attison, Lynn M. and Dana M.
North-Taylor, Sherree M., and Taylor, Charles P.
Bergquist, Carl J. and Patricia
Marriage dissolutions granted
McCowen, Chad R. and Margaret J.
Agullo, Sierra and Lee
Lee, Daneen T. and Brian G.
Vogel, Kara R., and Talaga, David J. Jr.
Deyo-Frigaard, Codie A., and Frigaard, Daniel A.
Dowd, Anthony R., and Luce, Brieanne M.
Kirk, Lora L. and Mark D.
Judge Harold D. Clarke III
Garry B. Ault, 28; $1,138 restitution, one day in jail with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to third-degree malicious mischief.
Rachael L. Jacks aka Rachael L. Ray, 34; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to third-degree retail theft with extenuating circumstances.
Steven M. Markie, 32; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to third-degree retail theft with extenuating circumstances.
Aaron W. Montoya, 28; five days in jail with credit given for five days served, 24 months probation, after pleading guilty to solicitation to commit possession of a controlled substance.
Judge Sam F. Cozza
Bradley D. Williams, 26; 33 months in prison with credit given for 278 days served, after pleading guilty to failure to register as a sex/kidnap offender.
Judge Kathleen M. O’Connor
John T. Lund, 47; 75 days in jail with credit given for 51 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to violation of a foreign protection order.
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