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Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Paul M. Sims and Vanessa N. Duquette, both of Spokane.

Curtis W. Roy and Rebekah A. Roy, both of Spokane.

Tristan E. Chambers of Spokane and Elizabeth C. Schut of Chewelah.

Jeremy A. Weber and Ivi E. Vogel, both of Spokane.

Dayan K.L. Dunnick and Angell M. Estrada of Chattaroy.

Tracy M. Thompson and Scottie M. Teichmer, both of Spokane.

George R. King and Cheryl J. Pinkham, both of Spokane.

Brian A. Matthews and Debra S. Lynch, both of Pullman.

Raymond R. Corder and Carole A. Gipson, both of Spokane Valley.

Jared A. Boesel and Amanda M. Skinner, both of Liberty Lake.

Michael A. Pascal of Airway Heights and Rachael R. Marquez of Spokane Valley.

Darin J. Corte and Andrea L. Dorendorf, both of Spokane.

Brann D. Marshall and Raeleen L. Koontz, both of Grand Coulee.

Michael L. Luce and Amberly K.A. Joachim, both of Spokane.

Dimetrios Tsakarestos and Anna M. Yates, both of Spokane.

Donald W. Floyd and Mary E. Nord, both of Spokane.

Davin L. Pelican and Katrina L. Noddings, both of Spokane.

Bret J. Yost and Leisa M. Collins, both of Pocaltello, Idaho.

Gregory D. Rodgers and Michele K. Riordan, both of Spokane.

Randy A. Bergheim and Jacqueline L. Parkins, both of Spokane Valley.

Randy G. Christiansen and Kellie J. Fisher, both of Spokane.

Shane C. Kernen and Aimee R. Oswald, both of Cheney.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

Housing Authority v. Daniel Mokhtari, et al., restitution of premises.

Bertis & Wieber v. Ryan Moore, et al., restitution of premises.

Moland Mgmt. Co., et al., v. Norm Adams, restitution of premises.

Matthew Antich v. Pete Odell, et al., restitution of premises.

Tia Burns v. Grant Lewis, injuries/vehicle collision.

John Burya v. Gail Wagner, et al., restitution of premises.

Vincent Vogel, et al., v. American Security Insur. Co., money claimed owed.

Island Office Plaza v. Gabriel Manfred, et al., restitution of premises.

Jon Adams v. Tammy M. Bishop, restitution of premises.

Jon Adams v. Henderson Wallen, et al., restitution of premises.

Linda M. Kofmehl v. Shirley M. Hoerner, money claimed owed.

Westcoast Hospitality Corp. v. Derek Reynolds, restitution of premises.

Marriage dissolution petitions

Jarvis, Margaret A. and Douglas J.

Payton, Elizabeth R. and Michael E.

Michaelis, Ruth L. and Rodney C.

Sandhofer, Allison R. and Gregory J.

Beam, Jennifer A., and Dai, Craig A.

Neff, Ambir L. and Erik J.

Yeomans, Kristina S. and Christopher D.

Davis, Robbie C. and Anna M.

Cordova, Cameron H. and Ivy M.

Holland, Katherine B. and Billy D.

Kowell, Aimee R. and Scheets, Brunson R.

Greene, Sabrina and Michael.

Richardson, William Jr. and Lori.

Ford, Zachariah and Shauna S.

Newman, Brad and Nola L.

Baker, Jeffrey and Erin.

Saint, Julianne C. and Jeremy G.

McLean, Dennis M. and Sharla G.

Charlson, Kathryn M., and Hicks, Robert A.

Brower, Philip G., and Tschetter, Kathleen M.

Keith, Amy K., and Hargrave, John R.

ODonnell, Stephanie R. and Calvin K.

Williams, Monica and Ryan.

Bias, Christy and Jason.

Scott, Donald R. and Kimberly A.

Marriage dissolutions granted

Bencich, Abby M. and Robert M.

Kelly-Grewe, Rose, and Grewe, Anthony.

Ainsworth, Christina C. and Bryan Q.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Greg Sypolt

Michael L. West, Jr., 29; $669 restitution, 548 months in prison, 48 months probation, after pleading guilty to first degree murder, second degree rape.

Judge Linda G. Tompkins

Melissa A. Tesch, 26; $812 restitution, 24 months probation, after being found guilty of second degree theft – welfare fraud.

Jacob R. Baumann, 21; $1,600 restitution, nine months in jail with credit given for 87 days served, after pleading guilty to second degree burglary, first degree malicious mischief.

Jon E. Swanson, 64; 15 months in prison with credit given for 76 days served, 48 months probation, after pleading guilty to second degree incest (two counts).

Jack C. Owen III, 29; seven days in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine.

Scot A. Naslund, 48; 22 months in prison, after pleading guilty to second degree possession of stolen property, second degree possession of stolen property.

April D. Baldwin, 36; $470 restitution, 7.5 months in jail, after pleading guilty to residential burglary, first degree trafficking in stolen property (two counts).

Stephanie A. Kappus, aka Stephanie Jennen, 29; $90 restitution, 30 days in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance – cocaine.

Judge Tari Eitzen

Keith L. Watson II, 28; 45 days in jail with credit given for 20 days served, 24 months probation, after being found guilty of possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine.

William D. Keele, 39; 45 days in jail with credit given for 37 days served, 24 months probation, after being found guilty of possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine.

Federal court

Bankruptcy petitions

Joshua Lee Mosley, Moses Lake, debts of $21,151.

Maria Severa Zarate, Moses Lake, debts of $115,040.

Helen Fredrick, 2603 N. Post, debts not listed.

Kristen Jeanne Ingram, Spokane Valley, debts not listed.

William Harper, Jr. and Wendy Patricia Harper, Tekoa, debts of $29,766.

Winstation Systems Corporation, Moses Lake, debts of $2,704,993.

Alejandro A. Ginieis and Nancy C. Godoy, Wilbur, debts of $152,323.

Taneya Lakitia Shelandeya, Spokane Valley, debts of $25,304.

Julie Page, 3604 E. 6th, debts of $39,636.

Jorge Peralta Ramirez and Lilia Ramirez, Othello, debts of $34,303.

Wage earner petitions

Chedustin L. Doepker, 205 E. Westview, debts not listed.

Jeffrey Michael Sheppard, 9905 N. Edna St., debts not listed.

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