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From staff reports

Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Jeffrey Van Cranford and Kaishea M. Bonner, both of Spokane Valley.

Ronzai R. Saurombe and Keisha K.H. Hood, both of Spokane.

Matthew V. Marshall and Ann L. Jorgensen, both of Spokane Valley.

Douglas M. Burgi, of Mead, and Taysia S. Fletcher, of Spokane.

Jonathan M. Stanek, of Spokane Valley, and Viktoriya F. Ekkert, of Spokane.

Colton S. Westley and Hayley J. Brinkley, both of Spokane.

William J. Heitner and Vicki A. Nickerson, both of Spokane.

Evan J. Domanico and Rebecca A. McCord, both of Spokane.

Ryan T. Bell and Chelsea A. Howerton, both of Spokane.

Paul R. McAvoy and Barbara M. Amos, both of Spokane.

Abbey L. Hawthorne and Jonathan J. Howell, both of Spokane.

Lyndsey M. Ferro and Nicholas C. Krohn, both of Clarkston, Wash.

William R. Neal and Charisse N. Myers, both of Spokane.

John C. Smith and Katherine M. Aguilar, both of Spokane.

Justin M. Manuel and Melissa A. Grube, both of Cheney.

Justin W. Hall and Mallory L. Somers, both of Spokane Valley.

James L. Bodey and Cameo N. Lutz, both of Spokane.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

Gaylene A. Foster v. Melissa J. Cartwright, seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.

American Express Centurion Bank v. Darelynn Borg, money claimed owed.

GKSpokane Inc. v. Spokane Washington Hospital Company LLC, complaint for damages.

Acorn 03 LLC v. Erin McGuire, restitution of premises.

Discover Bank v. Betty L. Hills, money claimed owed.

Drew Ota et al. v. Jerry Mundt, seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.

Marriage dissolution petitions

MacDougall-Smith, Amber and Joshua

Lyons, Terin, and O’Connell, Suni

Smith-Chickering, Xiaoxue and Dean

Davidson, Sharon M. and Kevin L.

Hufnagel, Lisa and Mark

Martinson, Misty and Brian

Mason, Virginia and Dale A.

Byrd, Jeffrey P. and Teresa R.

Carvalho, Kymberlee J. and Kenneth C. Jr.

Marriage dissolutions granted

Turner, Clara M. and John R.

Alderson, David and Leanne

Early, Katee J. and Dave P.

Lopeman, Lila L. and Michael J.

Peterson, Shaun N. and Shannon

Pollock, Natalija K., and Feith, Andrew J.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Linda G. Tompkins

Brandon S. Martens, 32; $887.56 restitution, 36.75 months in a prison-based alternative, 36.75 months probation, after being found guilty of two counts of possession of a controlled substance, two counts of residential burglary, third-degree theft, 10 counts of second-degree identity theft, six counts of possession of another’s identification, three counts of forgery, attempted second-degree theft, second-degree possession of stolen property, possession of stolen mail and two counts of second-degree theft.

Danny L. Russell, 61; 14 days in jail with credit given for 14 days served, after pleading guilty to failure to register as a sex/kidnap offender.

Andy G. Hernandez, 46; 32 days in jail with credit given for 32 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Viktor V. Popov, 26; 20 days in jail with credit given for 20 days served, after pleading guilty to solicitation to commit possession of a controlled substance.

Ashli S. Karber, 27; 16 days in jail with credit given for 16 days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.

Patricia D. Frost, 21; 13 days in jail with credit given for 13 days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.

Erik Hubbord, 27; 19 days in jail with credit given for 19 days served, after pleading guilty to solicitation to commit possession of a controlled substance.

David L. Smith, 43; 15 days in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Phillip R. Bell, 36; two months in jail, after pleading guilty to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.

Jonathon D. Casto, 27; 14 days in jail with credit given for 14 days served, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Travis J. Craig, 45; 12 days in jail with credit given for 12 days served, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Blade D. Kropp, 22; 20 days in jail with credit given for 20 days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.

Judge John O. Cooney

Sherwin L. Elston, 51; one day in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Jesse Oakes, 32; 28 days in jail with credit given for 28 days served, two years probation, after pleading guilty to violation of order.

Thomas P. Still, 30; 82 days in jail, after pleading guilty to two counts of money laundering.

Corey A. Grooms, 22; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to three counts of second-degree trafficking in stolen property.

Josh N. Bailey, 23; 35 days in jail with credit given for 35 days served, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief.

Robert R. Miles, 46; 32 days in jail with credit given for 32 days served, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief.

Edward J. Weisen, 42; six months in jail, two years probation, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief and two counts of violation of order.

Andrew J. Thomas, 27; 72 days in jail, after pleading guilty to money laundering and vehicle prowling (other).

Matthew J. Boneshirt, 45; 55 months in prison, 36 months probation, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance, failure to register as a sex/kidnap offender and escape from community custody.

Terrance J. Davis, 40; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief.

Amy J. Audette, 43; 18 days in jail with credit given for 18 days served, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief.

Jason L. Souder, 37; 20 days in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Judge Annette S. Plese

Deonte J. Stevens, 19; 60 days in jail converted to electronic home monitoring with credit given for two days served, two years probation, after pleading guilty to fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Christian B. Mabley, 26; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, two years probation, after pleading guilty to third-degree malicious mischief.

Mathew B. Townsend, 32; 10 months in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to violation of order.

Brandon E. Schukay, 33; eight days in jail with credit given for eight days served, two years probation, after pleading guilty to violation of order.

Judge Tony Hazel

Britney Feldman, 27; four days in jail with credit given for four days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to theft of a motor vehicle.

Joseph P. Shine, 29; three days in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance.

Clyde A. Parker, 30; 13 days in jail with credit given for 13 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Judge James M. Triplet

Troy L. Steenhard aka Troy L. Bloor, 47; 285 months to life in prison, after being found guilty of first-degree rape of a child and two counts of first-degree child molestation.

Judge Harold D. Clarke III

James L. Wheatley, 39; 90 days in jail with credit given for 111 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to harming a police dog and attempt to elude a police vehicle.

Municipal and District courts

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

Judge Patti M. Walker

Christine K. Schuster, 48; 23 days in jail with credit given for 23 days served, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Edward J. Weisen, 42; 180 days in jail with credit given for 98 days served, two counts of telephone harassment.

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