Kerley D. Martinez and Ashley L. Bacon, both of Spokane.
Andrew D. Newton and Jennifer J. Shell, both of Hayden.
Jeffry D. Magnuson and Jessica L. Brock, both of Cheney.
Samuel T. Pearson and Leah K. Huss, both of Spokane.
Scott V. Bunkelman and Amber L. Rustad, both of Otis Orchards.
Jared D. Millican and Deborah C. Dionne, both of Spokane.
Joseph A. Baker and Bethany J. Desrosiers, both of Spokane.
Steven E. Anderson and Savanna M. Crandell, both of Spokane.
Shane C. Kuykendall and Sarah A. Barrentine, both of Spokane.
William K. Williams and Janette R. George, both of Spokane.
Jordan M. Berezay, of Newman Lake, and Kiley E. Nutt, of Sandpoint.
Adam C. Daniel and Jennifer A. Calvary, both of Spokane Valley.
Michael W. Powell and Danielle M. Kneeshaw, both of Spokane.
Gregory Monroe and Jessica S. Winfree, both of Spokane.
Andrew M. McKenzie and Kimberly L. Taylor, both of Spokane.
Mark W. Hirst and Maureen C. West, both of Newman Lake.
John J. Cummings Jr. and Lucinda C. Brackney, both of Spokane.
Lloyd A. Willette and Amber R. Varner, both of Spokane.
Justin D. Anderson, of Lenore, Idaho, and Lindsey J. Anderson, of Coeur d’Alene.
William S. Brune, of Selah, Wash., and Alexandra P. Kuzyk, of Pullman.
In the courts Superior courts
Spokane Teachers Credit Union v. James A. Paladin Sr., money claimed owed.
Numerica Credit Union v. Andrew J. Howard, money claimed owed.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Leyla Lashgari, money claimed owed.
Universal Funding Corp. v. TBOW LLC et al., complaint for monies due.
Kathleen Fey v. Corporation of Gonzaga University et al., complaint for negligence.
Morgan O’Dell v. Mikhail Peganov et al., injuries/vehicle collision.
Michael Kirchmeier v. Jeanine Fox, injuries/vehicle collision.
Stephan Kravtsov v. Jerry Everett et al., restitution of premises.
Andrea Musengo v. Travis Musengo, restitution of premises.
Black Realty Management Inc. v. Audreona L. Franklin et al., restitution of premises.
J.D. Wolfe LLC v. Mike Nelson, restitution of premises.
Fifth and Washington Apartments LLC v. Michael Winn, restitution of premises.
Marriage dissolution petitions
Hylton, Lenore E. and George L.
Stoddard, Tonya J. and Thomas L.
Abbey, Adrianne V. and Drew D.
Orthouse, John C. and Laura
Ellis, Jonathan M. and Kim M.
Teeples, Arnie A. and Carien L.
Vandinter, Julia A. and Mark T.
Chadwick, Mariah T. and Jeffrey D.
Findley, April I. and Ricky L.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Smallwood, Hanna E. and Jacques P.
Hardin, Ty A. and Shonna L.
Sayers, Annie R. and Keyatti A.
Judge Harold D. Clarke III
Melissa A. Hay, 28; nine months in jail with credit given for 160 days served, 12 months probation, after being found guilty of two counts of obtain/attempt to obtain controlled substance by forgery/fraud.
Ashley L. Roark, 28; 13 months in prison with credit given for 87 days served, 13 months probation, after being found guilty of four counts of second-degree possession of stolen property and three counts of second-degree identity theft.
Judge Annette S. Plese
David J. Moses, 48; 43 months in prison, 36 months probation, after pleading guilty to failure to register as a sex/kidnap offender, two counts of first-degree theft, second-degree theft, theft of a motor vehicle, five counts of second-degree identity theft and unlawful possession of payment instruments.
Seth and Monica Christensen, 808 E. 31st Ave.; debts of $277,541.
David Jr. and Elizabeth Finley, Pullman; debts of $521,420.
Julie Alfred, Pasco; debts of $17,078.
Kolette Singleton, 1324 E. 43rd Ave.; debts of $22,868.
Bryon and Cindy Langworthy, 535 E. Olympic Ave.; debts of $23,499.
Joy Mizzoni, Medical Lake; debts of $83,425.
Billy Higgins, 1914 W. Eighth Ave.; debts of $79,878.
Lynnette Paurus, 5726 N. Cook St.; debts of $160,133.
Jordan Minnihan, 711 N. Argonne Road; debts of $224,532.
Lorenzo Aguirre, Pasco; debts of $12,065.
Maria Garcia, Pasco; debts of $17,931.
Aaron Russell, Greenacres; debts of $35,238.
Teresa Micek, 1114 W. Courtland Ave.; debts of $45,042.
Christopher Rogers, 6113 N. Addison St.; debts of $117,377.
Ricky and Denise Obrist, 4023 W. Kathleen Ave.; debts of $427,711.
Jessica Downs, 2411 E. South Crescent Ave.; debts of $10,467.
James and Sheryl Dudley, Pasco; debts of $70,108.
Chester and Cristy Pettigrew, Spokane Valley; debts of $41,786.
Travis Williams, 2915 S. Fox Road; debts of $214,854.
Erwin Hahn III, 1507 York Ave.; debts of $21,103.
Anthony Evans, 2912 N. Cedar St.; debts of $91,475.
Robert and Virginia Nolen, Spokane Valley; debts of $28,484.
Angela Peterson, 4015 E. Congress Ave.; debts of $75,059.
Daniel and Heidi Chillmidos, Spokane Valley; debts of $140,391.
Richard McLean, Spokane Valley; debts of $49,166.
Raymond Cook Jr., Evans, Wash.; debts of $2,202,261.
Municipal and District courts
Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Mary Logan
Sandra L. Blindauer, 21; $941 fine, reckless driving.
John M. Bradbury, 23; 10 days in jail, malicious mischief personal property.
Branden L. Bradley, 42; 60 days in jail, third-degree possession of stolen property.
Santana M. Brian, 24; 60 days in jail, third-degree possession of stolen property.
Nathan M. Evenson, 32; 20 days in jail, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Kathleen A. Grenier, 39; 15 days in jail, two counts of theft.
Jager J. Fox, 19; 23 days in jail, obstructing an officer, no valid operator’s license and hit/run attended vehicle.
Conan F. Gilmore, 47; 30 days in jail, no-contact order violation.
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