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Spokane County

Marriage licenses

John R. Johnson and Cheryl L. Dixon, both of Greenacres.

Charles A. Bennett of Spokane, and Ellen M. Deckert of Colbert.

William J. Heinecke and Kelly M. Heinecke, both of Spokane.

Peter D. Devries and Marya E. Piffer, both of Spokane.

Dustin M. Jenne and Roshae M. Hales, both of Fairchild Air Force Base.

Anthony H. Aoyagi and Tanya L. Schaible, both of Spokane.

Isaiah M. Clow and Anneliese C. Bonertz, both of Cheney.

Stefano A. Dimera and Shelley K. Herrold, both of Spokane.

Franklin J. White and Donna J. Smith, both of Spokane Valley.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

Michael Walker v. Angie Sticka, et al., restitution of premises.

Joseph Harwood v. Kirsten Rosenberry, et al., restitution of premises.

Tina Frye, et al., v. Julie Bryant, et al., restitution of premises.

Horizon Credit Union v. Robert V. Seller, money claimed owed.

Cit Group Consumer Finance Inc. v. Kenneth E. Boone, et al., foreclosure.

Sandra L. Hutchinson v. Nicholas Weber, injuries/vehicle collision.

Kevin Krieg v. John A. Camp, et al., money claimed owed.

Janelle Sebesta, et al., v. Nancy J. Nevin, quiet title.

Moland Management Co., et al., v. Nathan Stife, restitution of premises.

Marilyn Harris v. Jon Wahl, et al., restitution of premises.

David Eylander v. Doron Jones, et al., restitution of premises.

Christie Hawkey v. Mario & Son Marble & Granite Inc., negligence.

Michael Walker v. Monte Murphy, et al., restitution of premises.

Marriage dissolution petitions

Green, Celena A. and Peter C. N.

Parratt, Christopher E. and Jennifer R.

Stone, Shirlee A. and Laverne E.

Avery, Angela M. and Knowles, Kelson A.

Giese-Dunn, Crystal R. and Dunn, William J. III.

Marriage dissolutions granted

Davis, Logan L. and Sally A.

Christianson, William T. and Teresa.

Holbrook, Gale M. and Kent E.

Wade, Stephanie B. and Joshua A.

Beach, Jana and Christopher.

Pitre, Roland A. and Teresa A.

Jangula, John R. and Mika, Susan M.

Lewis, Clarence B. and Kimberley D.

Garner, Angela D. and Tony J.

Evanger, Randi M. and Zimmerman, Timothy L.

Peachey, James J. and Maria A.

Fallon, Catherine L. and Michael J.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Tari Eitzen

Sean P. McMahon, 41; 32 days in jail with credit given for 32 days served, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance - methamphetamine.

Nicholas J. Seigle, 23; five months in jail, after pleading guilty to attempt to elude a police vehicle.

Timothy R. Jackson, 39; 14 months in prison with credit given for 226 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to second degree theft.

Christopher W. Reilly, 33; 120 days in jail with credit given for 61 days served, two years probation, after pleading guilty to fourth degree assault; $464 restitution, four months in jail, after pleading guilty to second degree malicious mischief.

Judge Neal Q. Rielly

Steve J. Johnson, 26; $2,263 restitution, 24 days in jail with credit given for 24 days served, after pleading guilty to first degree theft.

William L. Runions, 19; $2,263 restitution, 14 days in jail with credit given for 14 days served, after pleading guilty to first degree theft.

Judge Linda G. Tompkins

Joshawh L. Hoyt, 21; three days in jail with credit given for three days served, after pleading guilty to second degree possession of stolen property.

Terrence S. Slater, 41; 18 months in prison, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance - cocaine; 31 months in prison, concurrent with above sentence, after pleading guilty to first degree unlawful possession of a firearm (three counts).

Stanley W. Williams, 38; five days in jail with credit given for five days served, one year probation, after pleading guilty to attempted forgery.

Charles D. Douvia, 42; four days in jail with credit given for four days served, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine.

Judge Harold D. Clarke III

Shelly M. Schmidt, 46; 30 days in jail with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to first degree theft.

Judge Sam F. Cozza

Keith N. Vervair, 37; $789 restitution, two months in jail with credit given for 53 days served, after pleading guilty to second degree malicious mischief.

Nathan L. Schabert, 21; $4,800 restitution, 10 months in jail, after pleading guilty to second degree theft; 10 months in jail, concurrent with above sentence, after pleading guilty to forgery (two counts).

Federal court

Bankruptcy petitions

Kathleen M. Daley, Davenport, debts of $63,761.

Linda A. Jack, 1014 W. Spofford, debts of $23,706.

Douglas L. McCormick, 4018 W. Rowan, debts of $30,236.

Dee A. R. White, Spokane Valley, debts of $40,590.

Christopher M. Zornes, Cheney, debts of $96,826.

Victor L. and Susie A. Davis, Spokane Valley, debts of $92,212.

Lisa Larsen-Benson, 3625 E. Funk Ave., debts of $35,668.

Richard Wilson May, Moses Lake, debts of $30,817.

Clarence L. Anderson, Greenacres, debts of $80,493.

Andre E. Atkins, 6806 N. Capri Ln., debts of $11,423.

Janice L. Bassett, Rockford , debts of $79,229.

Lester K. and Mary Ann Bolter, Spokane Valley, debts of $39,798.

Wayne A. Burns, 2311 W. Cascade Way, debts of $109,874.

William E. Cartwright , Mead, debts of $105,711.

Steven G. Cork, 3007 E. Columbia, debts of $15,066.

Elizabeth A. Dotzler, 1103 E. Dalton , debts of $39,507.

Margaret J. Downey, 505 W. Alice, debts of $117,104.

Scott A. Edge, Spokane Valley, debts of $46,333.

Wage earner petitions

Baldomero E. and Rachel N. Ocampo, Greenacres, debts of $62,951.

Jess A. and Pamela S. Jameson, 211 N. Marguerite Rd., debts of $248,508.

Jesus Martinez, Quincy, debts of $40,934.

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