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Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Stephen A. MacDonald and Jacqueline K. Geiger, both of Spokane.

Chad E. Thompson, of Medical Lake, and Annie M. Brown, of Spokane.

Nicholus A. Wheeler, of Medical Lake, and Ashley R. Vold, of Airway Heights.

Skye C. Baker and Katherine R. Burke, both of Spokane Valley.

Trevyon D. Meadows and Rayneesha M. Nelson, both of Spokane.

David A. Sharp and Judith R. Brown Hawk, both of Spokane.

Mary L. Vanderwal and Joy A. Layton, both of Spokane.

Jacob T. Grover and Courtney B. Green, both of Spokane.

Michael D. Wood and Peggy J. Wilson, both of Spokane.

Matthew M. McDonald and Lindsay N. Krupke, both of Oakesdale, Wash.

William W. Thackeray and Natalya M. Lainhart, both of Spokane.

Clinton B. Carter and Sarah J. Bennett, both of Spokane.

Luke K. Pate and Macie A. McKnight, both of Spokane.

In the courts Superior courts

New suits

Fabro LLC v. Ronald W. Swofford et al., money claimed owed.

Spokane Teachers Credit Union v. Amy E. Hutsell, money claimed owed.

Spokane Teachers Credit Union v. Alexander J. Overall, money claimed owed.

Progressive Direct Ins. v. Tyjana Campbell et al., injuries/vehicle collision.

Kaley J. Harner v. Diane Bork, injuries/vehicle collision.

Richard D. Ledford v. Jacob A. Warzon et al., injuries/vehicle collision.

Vidal Gonzalez v. Benjamin Walker et al., restitution of premises.

Marriage dissolution petitions

Lee, Shawn M. and Wendy A.

Haney, Sarah R., and Christie, Matthew F.

Dalton, Noelle R. and Travis J.

Castro, Dominic A. and Janelle J.

Cruz, Elias J., and Lopez Urbina, Diana M.

Chreiki, Najat and Zein

Sontag, Cheryl A. and David R.

Marriage dissolutions granted

Stolz, Dan and Georgia L.

Hatcher, Brett E. and Tamra M.

Cook, Michael and Shelley

Botts, Jesse and Tyesse

Wilder, Katlin N. and David M.

Barnes, Donna J. and Darren E.

Gabbert, Scott W. and Kristina

Russell, Andrew C., and Hazard, Jetine N.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Sam F. Cozza

Shanell L. Haddon, 31; $7,338 restitution, 45 months in prison with credit given for 44 days served, 45 months probation, after pleading guilty to third-degree assault, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and attempt to elude a police vehicle.

Shawn D. Pruitt, 33; 12 months in jail with credit given for three days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree trafficking in stolen property.

Judge Kathleen M. O’Connor

Lelbert L. Williams, 43; $330 restitution, 50 months in prison with credit given for 220 days served, after being found guilty of first-degree criminal trespass, vehicle prowling (other), attempted second-degree burglary and second-degree possession of stolen property.

Judge Annette S. Plese

Austin L. Russell, 23; 35 days in jail with credit given for 35 days served, after pleading guilty to third-degree retail theft with special/extenuating circumstances.

Judge Linda G. Tompkins

Travis A. Campbell, 20; three months in jail with credit given for 23 days served, after pleading guilty to attempt to elude a police vehicle.

Anthony R. Cattage, 43; 43 months in prison with credit given for 224 days served, after pleading guilty to first-degree theft.

Paul C. Hill, 48; 18 months in prison with credit given for 181 days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree malicious mischief and second-degree vehicle prowling (other).

Shane F. Martinez, 27; five months in jail, after pleading guilty to forgery.

Brian S. McGlynn, 55; six months in jail with credit given for 69 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to violation of order.

Andren C. McLean, 30; three months in jail with credit given for 57 days served, after pleading guilty to possession of an unlawful firearm.

Cody A. Rees, 23; 68 days in jail with credit given for 68 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to second-degree identity theft, theft of a firearm, conspiracy to possess a controlled substance and two counts of second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.

Bojangles A. Schaubert, 39; two days in jail with credit given for two days served, after pleading guilty to obstructing a law enforcement officer.

Billy R. West aka William R. West, 22; 131 months to life in prison, after pleading guilty to two counts of first-degree domestic violence rape of a child.

Matthew W. Woods, 26; 83 days in jail with credit given for 83 days served, after pleading guilty to third-degree domestic violence malicious mischief.

Judge James M. Triplet

Troy J. Burke, 47; 10 months in jail, 12 months probation, after being found guilty of third-degree child molestation.

Municipal and District courts

Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.

Judge Michelle Szambelan

Patrick A. McCormick, 59; $1,000 fine, 90 days in jail, first-degree negligent driving.

Judge Tracy Staab

David A. Silva, 54; $941 fine, first-degree negligent driving.

Adam J. Rocha, 23; 96 days in jail, second-degree vehicle prowling and theft.

Jeremy D. Pawley, 32; 180 days in jail, two counts of assault.

Susie A. Winchester, 35; $1,196 fine, 364 days in jail, driving while intoxicated and operating a vehicle without ignition interlock.

James Smith, 31; 90 days in jail, 88 days electronic home monitoring, assault.

Benjamin B. Sullivan, 26; five days in jail, two counts of third-degree driving with license suspended.

Shane M. Parks, 24; 20 days in jail, assault.

Michael J. Williamson, 45; one day in jail, telephone harassment.

Randy M. Rocha, 26; 17 days in jail, first-degree building trespass.

Gary L.M. Welch, 26; $941 fine, one day in jail, reckless driving.

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