Kyle Krzyznieski and Shannon A. Stelzer, both of Spokane.
Taylor M. Clark and Jessica A. McKee, both of Spokane.
Kelsey N. Robyn and Devin C. Black, both of Rockford, Ill.
Rodney L. Groom and Karen S. Moses, both of Spokane.
William A. Hamilton and Bernadette L. Shintaffer, both of Nine Mile Falls.
Ryan T. Hadley and Ashley A. McCarty, both of Spokane Valley.
Tyler C. Heskett and Britanii L. Hoeche, both of Cheney.
Jason P. Martinez and Kimberly C. Schrag, both of Spokane.
Aerika M. Gilmore and Luke J. Martin, both of Deer Park.
In the courts Superior courts
Numerica Credit Union v. Herbert P. Orosco, money claimed owed.
Western States Equipment Co. dba The CAT Rental Store v. C Stone Excavation et al., money claimed owed.
US Bank National Association v. Debra S. Long et al., foreclosure.
Chong Yang v. Tia B. Kelley, injuries/vehicle collision.
Watson Management Co. v. Dawn M. Dykeman et al., restitution of premises.
Watson Management Co. v. Traci McLain et al., restitution of premises.
Brian Suitor v. Stacy D. Ford et al., restitution of premises.
George W. Flanders v. Chuck Myers et al., restitution of premises.
Wilson-Thielman General Partnership dba Dearborn Apartments v. Timothy Sweeney et al., restitution of premises.
Madison Real Estate and Property Management Inc. v. Edward Puckett et al., restitution of premises.
Justin Johnson v. Christina Costin et al., restitution of premises.
Pleasant View MHP v. Arther P. Forcier et al., restitution of premises.
Andy W. Louie v. Danielle M. Taylor et al., restitution of premises.
Somerset Meadow Apts. LLC v. Paul Daniels et al., restitution of premises.
Marriage dissolution petitions
Schabert, Elizabeth A. and Nathan L.
Gamba, Richard J. and Violette
Willingham, Adam J. and Megan A.
Chavez, Trysta L. and David J.
Zarcone, Sarah A. and Freddie J.
Armstrong, Shannen L. and Donald E.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Rudebaugh, Siti and Charlie
Judge Ellen Kalama Clark
Michael P. Appa, 18; two days in jail with credit given for two days served, 24 months probation, after pleading guilty to vehicle prowling and third-degree theft.
Judge Linda G. Tompkins
Charles R. Sokolik, 48; 60 days in jail with credit given for 78 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to harassment and third-degree assault.
Cody F. Wolfley, 22; 70 days in jail with credit given for 70 days served, 24 months probation, after pleading guilty to violation or order and harassment.
Judge James M. Triplet
Steven J. Snedden, aka Steven James Snedden, 51; 104 months in prison, 36 months probation, after being found guilty of indecent exposure with sexual motivation and burglary with sexual motivation.
Municipal and District courts
Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Sara B. Derr
Lyndy J. Roxby, 66; $500 fine, two days in jail with credit given for two days served, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated.
Miguel R. Sisneros, 29; five days in jail, 12 months probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Elizabeth N. Skaer, 22; $500 fine, 12 months probation, driving while intoxicated.
Esperansa C. Trevino, 25; $500 fine, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated.
Megon L. Witter, 22; $500 fine, 12 months probation, driving while intoxicated.
Morgan E. Wolf, 28; $500 fine, one day in jail with credit given for one day served, 24 months probation, driving under the influence.
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