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From staff reports

Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Isaiah J. Sonneland and Mackenzie J. Joyce, both of Spokane.

Scott M. Thompson and Amanda M. Quinn, both of Spokane.

Andrew S. Olson and Jillian R. Ivey, both of Medical Lake.

Robert E. Udland, of Spokane, and Hannah M. Lee, of Cheney.

Benjamin C. Yost and Courtney J. Bowman, both of Colville.

Kyle G. Parr and Tonia J. Stipp, both of Spokane.

Dylan W. King and Sihan Wang, both of Spokane.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

James Hester v. James R. Schack, seeking damages for injuries from vehicle collision.

Whimsical Pig v. Sheilyna Friedlander et al., restitution of premises.

Spokane Group LLC v. Chris Claypool et al., restitution of premises.

Takesa Village Homeowners Cooperative v. Jamey Christie et al., restitution of premises.

Develle Tschache v. Kenneth Farrell et al., complaint for damages.

Vonda Bertolino v. Angela L. Sticka et al., restitution of premises.

Mccathren Mgmt and Real Estate Services, Inc. v. Brian Heizer et al., restitution of premises.

Brett E. Burris v. Ashleigh Anderson, restitution of premises.

Takesa Village Homeowners Cooperative v. Richard Vaughan et al., restitution of premises.

Troy Davis v. James Rogers et al., complaint for damages.

Hygen Pharmaceuticals Inc. v. Reliant Rx LLC, complaint for breach of contract.

William Strope v. Department of Licensing, seeking quiet title.

Stoneway Electric Supply Co. v. Thornton and Sons Inc. et al., complaint on account, breach of contract, quantum meruit, personal guaranty, foreclosure of retainage lien claim, RCW 19.28 Electrical License Bond.

Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC v. Gerald L. Fitzgerald et al., foreclosure.

Andy W. Louie v. Teresa D. Buchanan et al., restitution of premises.

Marriage dissolution petitions

Olson, Kristin and Joel.

Grow, Beverly J. and Daniel M.

Whitted, Alexa and Timothy.

Pearson, Amber A. and Zane G.

Donley Joshua D. and Cassandra R.

Cote, Joely and Scott.

Prebula, Brian P. and Bubota-Prebula, Amanda M.

Frailey, Richard and Lee Ellyn.

Peters, Robert H. and Edwards-Peters, Kerry.

Dornquast, Trevor L. and Pope, Bianca.

Mayer, Thomas J. and Lisa M.

Timm, Shannon and Mendoza, Daniel.

Berthiaume, Zachary K. and Dabney-Berthiaume, Nadia T.

Marriage dissolutions granted

Allison, Melika and Jacob.

Powers, Kari L. and Thomas L.

Larrabee, Amanda J. and Robert A.

Coons, Ross B. and Sherrie R.

Folmer, James F. and Heather.

Lykins, Susan and Taylor, Earl.

Borges, Christina and Aarin.

Steadman, Alice P. and Cornett, William B.

Culver, Kaylyn and Jeremiah.

Jones, Denise A. and Thomas D.

Peterson, Christopher R. and Denise M.

Friedlander, Brittany J. and Ingram, Sam C.

Schiewe, Kyle L. and Tessa M.

Zillman, Debra J. and James L. Sr.

Savage, Michael L. and Vicki L.

Stock, Lorica L. and William L.

Municipal and District courts

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

Casey B. Blaine, 37; 12 days in jail, malicious mischief property and disorderly conduct.

Brendan I. Calvert, 23; 27 days in jail, malicious mischief and theft.

Shawn R. Denman, 35; 44 days in jail, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Tamarra C. Garcia, 30; 14 days in jail, reckless driving.

Falicia R. Humbird, 31; 3 days in jail and 24 hours community service, trip permit violation.

Mason D. Johnson, 24; 15 days in jail, obstructing officer.

Eugene A. Jupp, 52; $2,095 fine, 201 days in jail, 90-120 days electric home monitoring, driving while intoxicated.

Gayla A. Kendall, 52; 1 day in jail, 40 hours community service, reckless driving.

Shawn R.A. Mackey, 41; 30 days in jail, 120 hours work crew, hit and run attended vehicle.

Paul S. Noyes, 32; 10 days in jail, 80 hours work crew, theft.

Brandon R. Quibal, 27; 26 days in jail, theft.

Joshua M.E. Thomas, 11 days in jail, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Nicholas A. Wright, 52; 13 days in jail, second-degree trespassing premises.

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