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Official Records

Spokane County Marriage licenses

Marshall W. Bussard of Spokane and Linda A. Query of Mead.

Carter R. Allen and Pamela D. Sides, both of Spokane.

Donald E. Sundgren of Sandpoint and Ann F. Coombs of Spokane.

John G. Diaz of Greenacres and Renae A. Katcher of Spokane.

Stanley A. Jensen and Trudell H. Robinson, both of Spokane.

Eric J. Swenson and Meagan D. Coffey, both of Spokane.

Mattias W. Herzog and Nicole A. Lundquist, both of Spokane.

Matthew F. Demarco and Camille M. Turner, both of Spokane.

Terry Eaglefeather and Mida C. Stolle, both of Spokane.

Randal M. Saccomanno of Spokane and Lori E. Nabie of Deer Park.

Alexander T. Deweese and Anjanette S. Babcock, both of Cheney.

Brian C. Treffry and Breann A. Lamb, both of Spokane.

Eric D. Goblick and Elizabeth J. Smith, both of Spokane.

James C. Miller Jr. and Brenda D. Beckwith, both of Airway Heights.

Samuel T. Everett and Karen L. Probert, both of Spokane.

Justin Bookey and Miriam Grossman, both of Arlington, Virginia.

Jeffrey M. Sevigney of Kennewick and Traci L. Wilson of Spokane.

In the courts Superior courts New suits

Chemical Mortgage Co. vs. Dale C. Smith, seeking restitution of premises.

Kelly Rowell vs. Empire Health Services dba Deaconess Medical Center, et al, seeking restitution for damages resulting from alleged medical malpractice.

Misty D. Turner vs. Mary Johnson, seeking damages for injuries from vehicle collision.

Brian Kasbar vs. Shawn Isabelle, seeking restitution of premises.

Brian Kasbar vs. Paul Lomma, seeking restitution of premises.

Brian Kasbar vs. Patrick Robbins, seeking restitution of premises.

Brian Kasbar vs. Javi Rhodes, seeking restitution of premises.

Brian Kasbar vs. Sarah Hiskett and Amanda Johnson, seeking restitution of premises.

Amy M. Slaten vs. Lyle E. Gardinier, seeking restitution for damages from a vehicle collision.

Michael L. and Diane L. Gerimonte vs. Mary A. Marlow, seeking restitution of premises.

Donald W. Arbanasin vs. Life Insurance Co. of North America and Cigna Group Insurance, complaint for breach of contract.

Patrick and ReNae Younker, et al vs. A. Jo and David E. Young, quiet title.

Double L. Properties, Inc. vs. The Wing On Bank, LTD, et al, quiet title.

Mountain Real Estate and Property Management, Inc. vs. Richard and Jeannie Jackson, seeking restitution of premises.

Marriage dissolution petitions

Allen-Dunlap, Karen L. and Dunlap, Franklin T.

Larkin, Judith K. and James J.

Toomajon, John M. and Kathleen S.

Edelman, Todd L. and Michaela

Myers, John P. Jr. and Sandra G.

Bernsdorf, Rebecca J. and Leonard M.

Wynne, Nora D. and Lance A.

Capato, Roberta K. and Clifford R.

Singleton, Jennifer M. and Douglas A.

Marriage dissolution granted

Jones, David W. and Peggy A.

Ames, William H. and Linda D.

Bent, Don L. and Katherine A.

Proctor, Daniel J. and Johanna L.

Alteneder, Aaron and Julie A.

Sprenger, Theodore J. and Carol D.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Richard J. Shroeder

Brenda Lane Lyons, 40; 67 days in jail with credit given for 25 days served, 12 months’ community supervision, after pleading guilty to attempted second-degree robbery.

Judge Kenneth H. Kato

Joshua David Fleming, 17; 31 months in prison with credit given for 283 days served, after pleading guilty to first-degree robbery.

Judge Robert D. Austin

Martin Dave Tuinzing, 21; 48 months in prison with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to first-degree manslaughter.

Judge Paul A. Bastine

Rodney Lee Ford, 45; 51 months in prison with credit given for 308 days served, after pleading guilty to first-degree theft, second-degree burglary.

Judge Sam F. Cozza

Mark Lee Brockett, 29; 90 days in jail with credit given for 51 days served, 12 months’ community supervision, after pleading guilty to domestic violence (assault/reckless endangerment after sentencing).

Judge Greg Sypolt

Nina Ann Nelson, 24; 14 months in prison with credit given for 89 days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree arson.

James Richard Sherman, 31; 16 months in prison with credit given for 42 days served, after pleading guilty to attempting to elude a police vehicle, residential burglary.

Federal courts New suits

Board of Trustees of the Employee Painters Trust vs. Northwest Industrial Painting, Inc. and Jeff Garvison, complaint for breach of collective bargaining agreement.

Bankruptcy petitions

Debra L. Gray, Medical Lake, debts of $46,800.

Charlotte A. Johnson, 1515 E. Dalke, debts of $158,974.

Tonya M. Spafford, 11820 N. Washington Court, debts of $40,798.

Jeffery P. Kildare, Newman Lake, debts of $25,099.

Michael R. Woddruff, 908 E. 39th, debts of $21,887.

Dennis M. Sr. and Tambra G. Graham, Yakima, debts unspecified.

Lyle A. and Mary A. Cook, 820 W. Augusta, debts unspecified.

Dale A. Hatch, Yakima, debts of $29,654.

Brenda J. Porter, Yakima, debts of $26,943.

Wage earner petitions

Kelly R. Parr, 2911 E. Cleveland, debts of $81,249.

Aaron E. Ciccoti, Airway Heights, debts unspecified.

District courts

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

Judge Mike Padden

Brian G. Gardner, 23; $300 fine, 24 months’ probation, reckless driving.

Carrie J. Hall, 27; $345 fine, second-degree driving without a driver’s license, liability insurance required.

Judge Donna Wilson

James H. Allen, 50; $95 fine, driving without a driver’s license.

Sabrina S. Campbell, 18; $125 fine, liability insurance required.

Tobin D. Lytle, 24; $600 fine, 24 months’ probation, first-degree negligent driving.

Bruce J. Olson, 25; $95 fine, driving without a driver’s license.

Detsouvanh Thavisack, 21; $150 fine, driving without a driver’s license.

Victoria L. Curtis, 24; $600 fine, 24 months’ probation, first-degree negligent driving.

Raphael M. Sarquilla, 22; $95 fine, no valid vehicle registration.

Angelic M. Welp, 19; $200 fine, 24 months’ probation, third-degree theft.

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