Michael D.L. Jones and Miranda M. Abreu, both of Spokane.
Eric S. Allison and Julie M. Jacka, both of Spokane.
Nicholas D. Canger and Caitlin A. Warner, both of Columbia, Tenn.
Marcus A. Robbins, of Spokane, and Lauren B. Harris, of Colville.
Hector Martinez and Amy R. Sparks, both of Spokane.
David L. Campbell and Elaine A. Thrush, both of Spokane.
Benjamin E. Fauth, of Deer Park, and Kelly S. Rawlins, of Chattaroy.
Brandon M. Chance and Melanie A. Humphries, both of Spokane.
Andrew J. Catucci and Shelly A. Lehn, both of Spokane.
Cory A. Chipman and Rachel D. White, both of Provo, Utah.
Ervin V. Derkach, of Spokane Valley, and Alina S. Kirilovich, of Spokane.
Lars E. Nelson and Joann I. Murphy, both of Spokane.
Joseph S. Oestreicher and Brittany R. Anderson, both of Spokane.
Joshua B. Wojciechowski and Melissa A. Menzia, both of Spokane.
Ryan M. Keogh and Danilee M. Lelacheur, both of Spokane.
Benjamin E. Carpenter and Haley J. Reed, both of Spokane.
Rodney N. Smith, of Post Falls, and Sara B. Claxton, of Spokane Valley.
Douglas W. Wolford and Margaret A. Fallquist, both of Spokane.
In the courts Superior courts
State of Washington v. Byron E. Everett et al., money claimed owed.
Shred Supply Inc. v. Brian F. Gilmore, complaint for monies due.
Lynnette Jamme et al. v. Evergreen Properties LLC et al., condemnation.
John Coleman v. Ted Howard et al., injuries/vehicle collision.
Gatekeeper Properties LLC v. Chrissy Costin et al., restitution of premises.
KC Rentals LLC v. Robertha Bacon et al., restitution of premises.
Heidi Shaw v. Debra D. Dueball, restitution of premises.
Heidi Shaw v. Jason Moore et al., restitution of premises.
Heidi Shaw v. Dionne Benedict et al., restitution of premises.
Heidi Shaw v. Alizabeth Adams, restitution of premises.
Travis Bundrock v. Sandra Sarr, restitution of premises.
Meeds Inc. v. Christopher Smolinski et al., restitution of premises.
Natalie A. Ly v. Evelyn D. Roy et al., restitution of premises.
Donna White-Olson v. Todd White et al., restitution of premises.
Lanzce G. Douglass Management LLC et al. v. Abdulaziz Al Reyes, restitution of premises.
George D. Selder Sr. et al. v. Dixie L. Bynum et al., restitution of premises.
Marriage dissolution petitions
Mitchell, Amanda and John
Robertson, David D., and Candaso-Robertson, Annalisa M.
Eash, Samantha and Perry
Horobiowski, Veronica and Paul
Russell, Mary C. and Jay S.
Larimer, Victoria and Daniel
Summa, Bonita and Allen
Wagner, Brad T. and Thuy V.T.
Arnold, Joshua R. and Kara A.
Schultz, Kari L. and Gabriel E.
Olson, Terri L. and Brian A.
Youmans, Thomas G. II and Nancy L.
Kautzman, Lori T. and Andrew J.
Brown, John P. and Tammy M.
Dasovich, Crystalyn D. and Kelly R.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Johann, Amy, and Triber, Arthur
Tonning, Aaron M. and Carrie A.
Burton, Jeannine M. and Todd E.
Green, Christopher J. and Paula L.
Riley, Melissa K. and Chad E.
Young, Terrance E., and Hand, Kent A.
Akins, Jamie L. and Franklin M.
Judge Greg Sypolt
Kenneth J. Shackelford, 56; one month in jail with credit given for 55 days served, after pleading guilty to third-degree domestic violence assault.
Judge Harold D. Clarke III
Kellie A. Karstens, 27; 72 days in jail with credit given for 72 days served, 12 months probation, after being found guilty of two counts of possession of a controlled substance.
Judge Sam F. Cozza
Carisa M. Denton, 22; 21 days in jail with credit given for 21 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to second-degree identity theft.
Branden E. Phillips, 28; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to third-degree domestic violence assault of a child.
Municipal and District courts
Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Sara B. Derr
Nolan Delcambre III, 33; three days in jail converted to 24 hours community service, driving while intoxicated amended to first-degree negligent driving.
Aleksey Y. Ageyev, 27; $941 fine, 90 days in jail, 60 days electronic home monitoring converted to 20 days in jail, 24 months probation, two counts of driving while intoxicated and third-degree driving with license suspended.
Richard P. Atkins, 52; $941 fine, one day in jail, 36 months probation, driving while intoxicated.
Joe A. Ballard, 28; 180 days in jail converted to electronic home monitoring, first-degree driving with license suspended.
Amber N. Balliet, 36; $500 fine, 12 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to first-degree negligent driving.
Robert C. Challgren, 36; one day in jail converted to eight hours of community service, second-degree driving with license suspended amended to third-degree driving with license suspended.
Case J. Corkery, 24; $550 fine, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless driving.
Michael E. Dressel II, 21; three days in jail converted to 24 hours of community service, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Patricia Hoge, Pasco; debts of $89,946.
Elizabeth Barragan, Pasco; debts of $220,387.
Leopoldo and Paula Gonzalez, Pasco; debts of $233,092.
James Milano, Coulee City; debts of $598,838.
Jeffrey Collins, Cheney; debts of $92,000.
Benjamin and Heather Kaer, 3328 E. 33rd Ave.; debts of $28,505.
Dean Frazier, 3408 W. Hartson St.; debts of $53,664.
Spokane Asphalt Paving Inc., 5618 S. Thomas Mallen Road; debts of $1,048,362.
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