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SPOKANE COUNTY Marriage Licenses

Jeremy R. Woods and Rita C. Davis, both of Spokane.

Randy E. Kissell and Brenda J. Collins, both of Spokane.

William L. Walen and Ida J. Abraham, both of Spokane.

William L. Dillon and Dena L. Poole, both of Spokane.

In the Courts Superior Courts New Suits

Dak Zak Inc. doing business as Eloika Pines Mobile Home Park vs. Justin Utter, Melissa Gilliand and Ken Utter, seeking restitution of premises.

Affiliated Information Resources vs. Sharon and DePree James, seeking restitution of premises.

Affiliated Information Resources vs. Inez Raheem, seeking restitution of premises.

Jon Adams vs. Matthew D. and Cale J. Hehman, seeking restitution of premises.

Richard H. and Linda A. Lentz, Jr. vs. Steven A. Limlaw, H L and S Wholesale Florist Inc. doing business as Pacific Wholesale Florist, seeking restitution for damages from a vehicle collision.

Bailey and Medeiros Davidson vs. Kenneth J. Wuesthoff, money claimed owed.

Laith Elaimy vs. Mary Hooper, seeking restitution of premises.

Jody Cordell vs. John Osborne and Cherokee Landing Resort, complaint for personal injuries.

Natalie M. Fleming vs. Blue Ribbon Linen Supply Inc., seeking restitution for damages from a vehicle collision.

Kathryn-Jo Wetzel vs. Jotee A. Maxfield, seeking restitution for damages from a vehicle collision.

Marriage Dissolution Petitions

Wells, Colleen and Vincent

Oltman, Karen A. and Terry J.

Marriage Dissolution Granted

Thomason, Allen T. and Sharon

Preston, Lawrence M. and Dawn M.

Rembolt, Michael A. and Donna M.

Mills, Mack and Rachael J.

Sperle, Allen L. and Patricia F.

Hopkins, Alan D. and Laura L.

Ryder, Mark A. and Sharon L.

Van Houten, Douglas E. and Robin k.

Hall, Robert L. and Rulinda A.

McDougall, Bruce d. and Lynn C.

Criminal Sentencings

Judge Neal Q. Rielly

Noah Max Burlingame, 21; three months in jail with credit given for 65 days served, 12 months’ community supervision, after pleading guilty to assault in violation of a protection order.

Otto Dee Steffenhagen, 28; 30 days in jail with credit given for seven days served, 12 months’ community supervision, after pleading guilty to assault.

Joseph Kent Williams, 23; 16 months in prison with credit given for 33 days after pleading guilty to first-degree possession of stolen property.

Bankruptcy Petitions

Harry J. and Sandra J. Carr, 11222 E. 33rd, debts of $121,098.

John C. Startin, 4004 N. Nevada, debts of $35,005.

Deborah S. Wagner, Addy, Wash., debts of $5,462.

John F. Dubay, 1520 E. 37th, debts unspecified.

Shaunna F. Carter, Yakima, debts of $14,932.

Yulanda S. and Christopher B. Booker, Yakima, debts of $20,553.

Wage Earner Petitions

Carrol W. Mattson, 826 E. North, debts unspecified.

Douglas L. Campbell, 6009 E. 14th, debts of $12,902.

Juan M. and Felipa P. Pina, Sunnyside, Wash., debts unspecified.

David R. Jagla, Wenatchee, debts unspecified.

District Courts

Only fines or forfeitures of $75 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.

Judge Richard B. White

Garth D. Mortimer, 27; $100 fine, 24 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Glen D. Parker, 27; $685 fine, 24 months’ probation, reckless driving.

Steven P. Benefield, $1,025 fine, 24 months’ probation, reckless driving.

Joan M. Hiller, 61; $925 fine, 24 months’ probation, reckless driving.

James J. Kaiser, 38; $200 fine, 24 months’ probation, reckless driving.

Robert E. Byrd, 31; $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Douglas L. Curtis, 34; $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Jimmy J. Lewis, 31; $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Shea J. Lindsey, 23; $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, hit and run of an unattended vehicle.

Ross A. Learn, 32; $685 fine, first-degree negligent driving.

Cole W. H. Warrick, 23; $600 fine, 24 months’ probation, first-degree negligent driving.

Anthony E. Engles, 31; $200 fine, fourth-degree assault.

Judge Sara B. Derr

James D. Allen Jr., 58; $125 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Philip J. Brecht, 28; $475 fine, negligent driving.

Tod J. Housden, 26; $925 fine, 24 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated.

Terry J. Boehm, 21; $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Judge Daniel T. Maggs

Moreen A. Hobbs, 32; $200 fine, 12 months’ probation, first-degree driving with license suspended.

Robert W. Edwards III, 20; $100 fine, 12 months’ probation, possession of a dangerous weapon.

Robbin D. Reid, 33; $400 fine, 24 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated.

Kenneth J. Kirk, 25; $125 fine, liability insurance required.

Sean J.E. Knox, 20; $100 fine, 24 months’ probation, second-degree driving with license suspended.

Kim S. Aldredge, 45; $200 fine, 24 months’ probation, second-degree driving with license suspended.

Louis F. Smith, 28; $100 fine, liability insurance required.

Andrew A. Glover, 20; $100 fine, 24 months’ probation, second-degree driving with license suspended.

Trevor S. Graham, 18; $200 fine, 12 months’ probation, possession of drug paraphernalia.

Steven R. Murphy, 25; $200 fine, 24 months’ probation, second-degree driving with license suspended.

Ernie D. Surles, 26; $200 fine, 12 months’ probation, disorderly conduct.

Jeffery A. Richardson, 32; $585 fine, 12 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated.

Joseph Z. Robertson, 27; $1,325 fine, 24 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.

John S. Silk, 40; $250 fine, 24 months’ probation, second-degree driving with license suspended.

Peggy H. Smithgall, 40; $685 fine, 12 months’ probation, first-degree negligent driving.

Robin C. Wharf, 47; $685 fine, 12 months’ probation, liability insurance required and first-degree negligent driving.

Steven P. White, 20; 24 months’ probation, theft.

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