John A. Lewin of Alberta, and Melody F. Larson of Spokane.
Darwin P. Bleth and Heather L. Gerlach, both of Spokane.
William J. Betcke and Theresa R. Bartleson, both of Spokane.
Arlan J. Kelley and Elizabeth J. Hummer, both of Spokane.
Robert W. Buechel, Jr. and Linda M. Kehe, both of Nine Mile Falls.
Scott A. Lockwood and Geraldine M. Nance, both of Spokane.
Kevin K. Miyamoto and Kristen M. Kifer, both of Spokane.
In the Courts
Montgomery Ward Credit Corp., vs. Harold D. and Lori L. Fisher, money claimed owed.
Karen L. Shenkel vs. Katherine Sanger, seeking restitution for damages from a vehicle collision.
Tina R. Jamme vs. Marshall W. Bussard Jr., seeking restitution of premises.
Guida B. White vs. T-W Transport, Inc., Harold E. Little, Empire Lines, Inc., Robert M. Hernandez, Traci M. Peterson, seeking restitution for damages from a vehicle collision.
Ronald C. Kendle vs. Dana L. Craft, seeking restitution for damages from a vehicle collision.
Emory J. Clark vs. Robert Maxson and Marsha Weidner, seeking restitution of premises.
The Briggs Limited partnership vs. Shannon Ruddell, seeking restitution of premises.
Spokane “73” dba Coeur d’Alene Plaza Apartments, vs. Larry Easton, seeking restitution of premises.
George H. Walter vs. George Brummell, seeking restitution of premises.
Marriage Dissolution Petitions
Brizuela, Rene B. and Walter A.
Jacobs, William J. and Rachel R.
Kenney, Laura K. and Martin K.
Main, Linda K. and Herschel A.
Jones, Amy C. and John M.
O’Connor, Richard T. and Leann M.
Krause, Christy L. and Jerome V.
Thompson-Libke, Kathleen M. and Libke, Todd E.
Allison, Rebecca L. and Todd S.
Marriage Dissolution Granted
Murray, Sterline J. and Geraldine A.
McGovern, Kory L. and Phelan, Christine L.
Sebring, Richard A. and Catherine A.
Hainline, Patrick J. and Mary E.
Grover, George L. and Patricia G.
Bishop, Sean E. and Bambi L.
Jingling, Ronald W. and Teri L.
D’Orazio, Paul J. and Rhonda
Judge James M. Murphy
Michael William Hutton, 19; $4,681.55 in restitution, 12 months’ community supervision, after pleading guilty to second-degree theft.
Judge Harold D. Clarke
Joshua Thomas McVeigh, 19; $3,879.17 in restitution, 30 days in jail, 30 days’ total confinement to be converted to partial confinement, 12 months’ community supervision, first-degree theft; second offense: $7,907.76 in restitution, 365 days in jail, 30 days total confinement to be converted to partial confinement, to run concurrent with above sentence, 24 months’ probation, after pleading guilty to third-degree malicious mischief.
Dennis L. and JoAnn Houfek, Yakima, debts unspecified.
Jeffery W. and Jennifer L. Nadwornick, Fairfield, Wash., debts of $30,667.
Robin and Darrel Daniels, Deer Park, debts of $39,031.
Kathy A. Gallagher, Deer Park, debts of $17,034.
W. William and Georgia L. Smith, Yakima, debts of $29,059.
Myrna J. Hilsabeck, E11414 E. Mission, debts of $23,527.
Bruce E. and Anne M. Springer, Otis Orchards, debts unspecified.
Ethel M. Oronia, Moses Lake, debts of $23,764.
Wage Earner Petitions
Toby J. Michalek, Yakima, debts of $15,465.
Shannon R. Britton, E3517 Marrietta, debts of $14,029.
Only fines or forfeitures of $75 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Richard J. Richard
Dale T. Swanson, 38; $500 fine, 24 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated reduced to reckless driving.
Judge Sam F. Cozza
Vincent D. Divine, 31; $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, second-degree reduced to third-degree.
Kip E. McCrea, 45; $150 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Johnnie C. Ballard, 28; $85 fine, liability insurance required; second offense: $75 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Brian E. Nelson, 36; $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, theft.
Brian J. Williams; $1,325 fine, 90 days in jail, 24 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated.
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