Brandon D. Wolf and Brittnie J. Heuett, both of Spokane Valley.
Kevin L. Shane, of Spokane, and Tyler J. Dubes, of Spokane Valley.
Stephen A. Patt and Shaylin E. Coburn, both of Spokane Valley.
In the courts Superior courts
Inland Northwest Bank v. Wee Ones Wear LLC et al., complaint for money due and foreclosure.
Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Viola Azar et al., foreclosure.
City of Spokane Valley v. Masonco LLC et al., property damage.
City of Spokane Valley v. Dawn Dowd et al., property damage.
State Farm Auto Insurance Co. v. Arther Ross, injuries/vehicle collision.
Devin Prewett v. McKenzie Conroy et al., injuries/vehicle collision.
Patrizia Stark v. Cindy Matthews, injuries/vehicle collision.
Katie E. Felchlin v. Nolan Templeton et al., injuries/vehicle collision.
Laura Lagerquist v. Twin City Fire Insurance Co. et al., injuries/vehicle collision.
Rockwood Property Management LLC v. Jordan Rothchild et al., restitution of premises.
Mead Royale Manufactured Home Community v. Heather McLeod et al., restitution of premises.
David A. Sarver v. Alex Lopez et al., restitution of premises.
Marriage dissolution petitions
Arland, April L. and Mark G.
Shelton, Pamela and Sean
Frison, Joshua, and Austin, Amber
Green, Alphonsus and Melissa
Willy, Frank and Leeann
Burke, Ricky D. and Darcy D.
Jones, Teresa M. and Phillip A.
Pankey, Bryan and Michele
Winslett, Timothy and Lisa
Goodman, Sherri D. and Jeff W.
Block-Torres, Ember, and Torres, Jose I.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Sande, Brock and Heather
Lemley, Dori N. and Robert J.
Meyers, D’Anne, and Lemke, John F.
Emch-Taylor, Courtney J., and Taylor, Zachary J.
Knight, Renate H. and Rickey M.
Stuart, Linda J. and Robert L.
Sewell, Eric R. Jr. and Kirsten E.
Black, Vance J. and Kristin M.F.
Judge Ellen Kalama Clark
Joshua R. Garner, 24; 16 days in jail with credit given for 16 days served, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance and third-degree retail theft with special circumstances.
Billee J. Koller, 39; 35 days in jail with credit given for 35 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.
Judge John O. Cooney
Michael S. Wheeler, 40; $11,047 restitution, 63 months in prison, after pleading guilty to third-degree assault, two counts of possession of a stolen motor vehicle, two counts of attempt to elude a police vehicle, two counts of theft of a motor vehicle, second-degree possession of stolen property, residential burglary and second-degree theft.
Judge Michael Price
Antoine D. Ross, 40; 36 months in prison, 36 months probation, after pleading guilty to third-degree child molestation.
Judge Greg Sypolt
William J. Daniels, 32; $19,244 restitution, three months in jail with credit given for four days served, after pleading guilty to third-degree assault.
Judge Linda G. Tompkins
Atalelech M. Aberra, 39; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to violation of order.
Saskia Clark, 3823 W. Hoffman Ave.; debts of $49,872.
Jason Burtness, 3617 W. Garland Ave.; debts of $26,247.
Felipe and Flor Olloqui, Pasco; debts of $201,553.
Toshareana Williams, 2702 E. South Riverton Ave.; debts of $35,542.
Sergey and Inessa Novitskiy, 3405 S. Cook St.; debts of $12,580.
Gayle McVay, Soap Lake, Wash.; debts of $107,108.
James and Linda Burns, Ephrata, Wash.; debts of $167,664.
Municipal and District courts
Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Mary Logan
Mel L. Williams, 39; 19 days in jail, theft of motor vehicle fuel.
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