Nicholas J. Grow and Lynn M. Sullivan, both of Spokane.
Paul J. Palmer and Gloria E. Williams, both of Chattaroy.
Dustin K. Crossley and Diana L. Ekholm, both of Spokane.
In the Courts
Superior Courts New Suits
Spokane Kiwanis Charities vs. Michael and Jane Doe Smith, William and Jane Doe Kronschnabel, seeking restitution of premises.
Spokane Railway Credit Union vs. Timothy and Jane Doe Ruebush, money claimed owed.
Laverne Barrier vs. Rod and Jane Doe Haugen, seeking restitution of premises.
James W. and Eileen Boyd vs. Quinn Turner, seeking restitution of premises.
Elizabeth Wallis vs. Larry and Alna M. Tripp, seeking restitution for personal injuries resulting from alleged negligence.
Ken and Barb Oberg vs. Robert McRachen and Sheila Keith, seeking restitution of premises.
Karim Azar vs. Leonard Holloway, seeking restitution of premises.
Chris and Teresa Bradshaw vs. The City of Spokane, Chief Terry Mangen, William and Jane Doe Hager, Jason and Jane Doe Hartman, seeking restitution for personal injuries resulting from alleged negligence.
Subcontractors and Suppliers Collection Services vs. Perich and Jane Doe Perich dba Prolo Construction and Drywall, Developers Insurance Co., money claimed owed.
Roger M. Rubert dba Mountain Homestead Enterprises vs. Spokane Firefighter’s Credit Union, Clive D. Jones, seeking to quiet title.
R. Allen and Sandra J. Hirst vs. Kelli J. Tolan and Kenneth R. White, seeking restitution of premises.
Williams Properties, Heatherwood Apartments vs. Richard L. Clifton, seeking restitution of premises.
Marriage Dissolution Petitions
Montana, Sandy and Mark
Mauro, Chalon K. and Peter J.
Hall, Gene and Valerie A.
Jennings, Judith M. and Billy D.
Owens, Debbie J. and Martin S.
Skinfill, Daniel L. and Jennifer K.
Compogno, Michael W. and Kelly L.
Twiggs, Stephen E. and Barbara A.
Quenzer, Pamela and Jeffrey
Marmon, Shannon L. and Scott R.
Miacolo, Patricia M. and Louis V.
McWherter, Michelle and Guenther, John S.
Tremblay, David R. and Dara-Tremblay, Sandra M.
Renggli, David E. and Rhonda R.
Alspaugh, Brent G.and Karen A.
Annett, Sherry L. and Fred G.
Barcellos, John F. and Robyn L.
Marriage Dissolution Granted
Putman, Myron G. and Verna M.
Alvarez, Lance L. and Brooke C.
Strehlow, Kerry and Debbie
Coffield, Bates L. and Erma E.
Perry, Kenneth F. and Mary K.
Huffman, Leroy D. and Katherine M.
Fletcher, Kevin B. and Teresa J.
Criminal Sentencings Judge James M. Murphy
Leroy Austin Jr., 36; 53 months in prison with credit given for 238 days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree robbery.
Kenneth Otis Fraser, 49; four months in jail with credit given for one day served, 30 days confinement to be converted to 240 hours of community service, 12 months’ community supervision, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance.
Robert Stanley Jennings, 35; 365 days in jail with credit given for 50 days served, 24 months’ probation, after pleading guilty to first-degree criminal trespass.
Ervin Andy Gibson, 31; 90 days in jail, 12 months’ probation, after pleading guilty to possession of marijuana.
Patrick Robert Connors, 32; 60 months in prison with credit given for 14 days served, 60 months’ community supervision.
Jimmie Lee Black, 59; $50 restitution, 365 days in jail with credit given for two days served, 12 months’ probation, after pleading guilty to third-degree theft.
Shane Patrick Venziano, 18; $3,103.24 in restitution, 90 days in jail with credit given for 39 days served, 30 days confinement to be converted to 240 hours of community service, 12 months’ community supervision, after pleading guilty to first-degree possession of stolen property.
Shawn Arthur McGunagle, 30; 170 months in prison with credit given for 153 days served, after pleading guilty to first-degree child rape.
Federal Courts New Suits
Members Only Inc. vs. Michael Jaffee dba Members Direct Services and dba Members Only, complaint for copyright infringement.
Richard S. and Julie R. Kurtz, College Place, Wash., debts of $43,941.
Gary L. and Stacey A. Clouse, Kennewick, debts of $36,053.
Bruce L. Mether, N106 Skipworth, debts of $23,848.
Donald J., Jr. and Teresa McCullough, Loon Lake, Wash., debts of $48,923.
Don L. Realing, E228 Glass, debts of $26,036.
Thomas E., Sr. and Nancy J. Strongin, Medical Lake, debts of 160,667.
William R. and Cindy J. West, N3927 Calispel, debts of $95,746.
Darin L. Sloan, Yakima, debts of $11,230.
Bradley S. and Susan K. Putnam, Greenacres, debts unspecified.
Kathryn L. Salazar, Kennewick, debts of $27,905.
Sindee Ganten, Kennewick, debts of $9,332.
David W. Willer, Kennewick, debts of $11,364.
Laura T. Parnell, Pasco, debts unspecified.
Wage Earner Petitions
Clark A., Jr. and Patricia A. Gainer, Cheney, debts of $21,840.
Caroline I. and Denarii J. Gaichetti, N5617 Cannon, debts of $33,941.
Anthony Applonie, W1708 Cleveland, debts of $21,770.
Gary A. Saunders, E9015 Cataldo, debts of $10,207.
Only fines or forfeitures of $75 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Richard J. Richard
Cameron D. Haitan, 22; $85 fine, operating motor vehicle without liability insurance.
Tommy J. Montenguise, 33; $100 fine, violation of protection order.
Joshua S. Oliver, 20; $200 fine, 24 months’ probation, reckless driving.
Vyacheslav G. Syrnichenko, 18; $150 fine, operating motor vehicle without liability insurance; second offense: $100 fine, expired vehicle license over two months.
Michelle F. Norris, 32; $200 fine, 24 months’ probation, first-degree criminal trespass.
Steven E. Rosenthal, 42; $200 fine, seven days in jail, 24 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated reduced to reckless driving.
Samantha B. Knight, 24; $100 fine, 24 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.
Judge Donna Wilson
Ronald L. Fielder, 40; $600 fine, driving while intoxicated reduced to negligent driving.
Kevin E. Morris, 23; $100 fine, reckless driving reduced to speeding too fast.
Gregory S. Mullen, 25; $625 fine, one day in jail, 24 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated reduced to reckless driving.
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