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Sunday, May 31, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Official Records

Spokane County

Marriage Licenses

Vance R. Cline and Patricia L. Haase, both Spokane.

Christopher T. Hormel and Carrie C. Jones, both of Spokane.

Gerald M. Boschert and Julisa R. Green, both of Spokane.

James W. Erickson and Christine R. Michaels, both of Spokane.

Hugh M. Woods Jr. and Lisa K. Womble, both of Spokane.

Jeffrey D. Smith and Janet A. Palmer, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Geoff C. Stewart of Spokane and Jennifer A. Lederle of Mica, Wash.

Robert E. Swanson Jr. and Melody J. Schlafmann, both of Spokane.

David E. Gill and Alisha L. Ayers, both of Spokane.

Christopher S. Wilder and Sara L. Johnson, both of Clarksville, Tenn.

Sean M. Minderman and Michelle K. Demand, both of Post Falls.

Patrick W. Waitt and Sandra J. Clum, both of Spokane.

Thomas J. Muxlow and Pamela J. Humphrey, both of Spokane.

Matthew J. Schmidt and Michelle R. Rorem, both of Spokane.

Mark W. Fillius Sr. and Dannell L. Roach, both of Spokane.

Richard R. Rogers and Marcella A. Jacobson, both of Spokane.

Fred R. DeCaro of Tempe, Ariz., and Laura J. Anselmo of Trail, B.C.

Glenn H. Thompson and Theresa L. Darke, both of Spokane.

Kingsley C. Cathcart and Jessica E. Jones, both of Otis Orchards.

Jeremy M. Gray and Christa L. Klein, both of Spokane.

Gregory A. Smith and Sandra K. Schneider, both of Spokane.

Patrick G. Horton of Spokane and Karla M. Nearing of Coeur d’ Alene.

Kris C. Frandsen and Chalon K. Mauro, both of Spokane.

Paul D. Damon and Jennifer J. Siegel, both of Spokane.

In the Courts

Superior Courts New Suits

James D. Olinger vs. Brigan Wignall et al, seeking restitution of premises.

Sterling Inc. vs. Steven W. Macy, money claimed owed.

Fred Haynes vs. John Hollister, seeking restitution for personal injuries resulting from alleged negligence.

Robert Anderson vs. Roger Weltz, seeking restitution for damages from a vehicle collision.

Department of Labor and Industries vs. Mike’s Painting Inc. et al, money claimed owed.

Edward B. Unicume dba Unicume Investments vs. Kimberley Henry, seeking restitution of premises.

J. Stanley Fasules vs. Daniel and Terry Casberg, seeking restitution of premises.

Robert H. and Lorna B. Bryans vs. Greg Johnson et al, seeking restitution from alleged property damage.

Summit Securities Inc. vs. Robin K. Mize et al, complaint for alleged breach of contract.

T.D. Service Co. vs. Tina Clinkenbard, seeking restitution of premises.

Western United Life Assurance Co. vs. Gordon G. Goforth, complaint for alleged breach of contract.

Summit Securities Inc. vs. Denise Maki et al, complaint for alleged breach of contract.

Charles E. Murphy vs. Sharon Darby, seeking restitution of premises.

Kathleen M. Noll vs. Tracy L. Chapple-Hanson, seeking restitution for damages from a vehicle collision.

Ronald R. Vukich vs. Richard J. Anderson, seeking restitution from alleged property damage.

Marriage Dissolution Petitions

Garcia, Daniel R. and Alice.

Smith, Kenneth H. and Betty E.

Burquist, Robert E. and Vivyan E.

Cary Carroll and Christel Carlson.

Vallejos, Pamela A. and Richard D.

Marriage Dissolution Granted

Stewart, Carl M. and Kelly D.

Criminal Sentencings Judge Greg Sypolt

Joseph Francis Muzyk, 25; $1,000 fine, 24 months’ community supervision, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance - methamphetamine.

Judge Sam Cozza

Ivan Earl Barnes, 39; $1,000 fine, 12 months’ community supervision, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance - cocaine.

William Herman Meshell, 33; four months in jail with credit given for 82 days served, 12 months’ community supervision, after pleading guilty to third-degree assault.

Judge Kenneth Kato

Paul Gerard Reeves, 41; 68 months in prison with credit given for 64 days served, 24 months’ community supervision, after pleading guilty to first-degree child molestation.

Judge Robert D. Austin

Richard Charles Gates, 52; $2,000 fine, 43 months in prison with credit given for 23 days served, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance - cocaine.

Federal Courts New Suits

Automatic Data Processing Inc. vs. Russ Dean Ford, complaint for alleged breach of contract

Bankruptcy Petitions

Miles N. and Delores L. Gilberts, 410 E. Magnesium, debts of $48,495.

Teri L. Alexander, Yakima, debts of $18,329.

Emmitt W. Tucker, 1618 E. Garland, debts of $87,806.

Duane A. Bjork, 2414 E. Central, debts of $67,665.

Jerry L. and Terri L. Massey, 11920 E. Mansfield, debts of $7,795.

Pamela L. Long, 3020 S. Clinton, debts of $13,972.

Deborah J. Foster, 13622 E. 12th, debts unspecified.

Carol Bonner, 2314 E. Dalke, debts of $71,672.

Cheryl L. Wright, 10719 E. 15th, debts of $39,884.

John R. and Violet M. Gulack, Nine Mile Falls, debts of $260,200.

Wage Earner Petitions

Delmar F. Rice III, Pasco, debts unspecified.

Rick M. Neumayer, Davenport, Wash., debts of $4,430.

Blake M.Johnson, 615 N. Long, debts of $19,085. Randall S. Laabs, Mead, debts unspecified.

Reorganization Petitions

McDermott’s Valley Food Center Inc., 2105 E. Wellesley, debts unspecified.

District Courts

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

Judge John J. Madden

Ronald J. Bundy, 50; $95 fine, second-degree driving without a license.

Walter B. Carpenter, 68; $600 fine, 24 months’ probation, first-degree negligent driving.

Michael J. Coburn, 40; $2,250 fine, 18 days in jail, 48 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated, first-degree driving with license suspended.

Shawn A. Cottrell, 23; $130 fine, second-degree driving without a license, defective suspension system.

Gregory J. Dehamer, 25; $220 fine, second-degree driving without a license, liability insurance required.

Danilo B. Delacruz, 20; $130 fine, second-degree driving without a license, improper lane usage.

John E. Johnson, 28; $95 fine, second-degree driving without a license.

Kassandra L. Kawahara, 26; $130 fine, second-degree driving without a license, failure to use child restraint.

Bryan S. Kyhl, 20; $175 fine, liability insurance required.

Michael J. McDaniel, 31; $685 fine, 24 months’ probation, driving while intoxicated.

Linda A. Pittman, 39; $225 fine, driving without a license, expired vehicle license over two months, liability insurance required.

Courtney J. Scott, 24; $305 fine, second-degree driving without a license, liability insurance required, expired vehicle license.

James E. Wheat Jr., 33; $95 fine, second-degree driving without a license.

Randall E. Williby, 43; $220 fine, second-degree driving without a license, liability insurance required.

Judge Sara B. Derr

Candice C. Kappen, 37; $191 fine, liability insurance required, and expired vehicle license.

Frederick J. Boyce, 49; $150 fine, 24 months’ probation, assault.

, DataTimes

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