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From staff reports

Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Jeffrey M. Akiyama and Elizabeth K. Kelley, both of Spokane.

Shawn T. McQuade and Tracie M. Desautel, both of Spokane.

Angelica F. Nielson and Sean W. Thaut, both of Spokane.

Evan G. Guthrie and Katelynn B. Poe, both of Spokane.

Mary F. Watkins and Jennifer J. Moody, both of Spokane.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

Vincent Dressel v. Richard Vavra, restitution of premises.

BV/SP Farr Court LLC v. Levi Wilson, restitution of premises.

M-T Management Inc. v. Tiffany West, restitution of premises.

Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Robert L. Matzick et al., foreclosure.

Elisha Segure v. B-N-T LLC et al., complaint for damages.

Marriage dissolution petitions

Murray, Michael G. and Kathleen M.

Goodwin, Rickie and Denise

Reiner, Shayna and Clinton

Simmons, Kirstin and Harold

Gilrein, Alicia and Joel N.

Robinson, Justin D., and Hicks, Brianna A.

Evans, Teara and Cody

Niska, Danielle and James

Heizer, Randi and Brian

Marriage dissolutions granted

Jorgensen, Tracy N. and Andrew L.

Gromlich, Melissa and Forrest

Akers, Nathan T. and Alicia K.

Wade, Laeyoung K. and Jerad L.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Ellen Kalama Clark

Dezmyn J. Simpson, 22; 36.75 months in prison, 12 months probation, after being found guilty of seven counts of second-degree identity theft, residential burglary and second-degree theft.

Judge John O. Cooney

Addie C. Woods, 27; three days in jail, after pleading guilty to two counts of money laundering.

Sheleigh R. Taylor, 48; two days in jail, after pleading guilty to two counts of possession of a controlled substance.

Erik C. Weskamp, 31; $100 restitution, 51 days in jail with credit given for 51 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to first-degree trafficking in stolen property and second-degree possession of stolen property.

Curt O. Paul, 45; two days in jail, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Robert E. Cameron, 36; 57 months in prison, after pleading guilty to two counts of residential burglary and theft (firearm).

Gordon R. Hill, 29; four months in jail, 18 months probation, after pleading guilty to vehicular assault.

Stephen A. Graves, 34; 90 days in jail with credit given for 60 days served, after pleading guilty to violation of order.

Zane E. Lumpkin, 37; 62 days in jail with credit given for 62 days served, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief.

Judge Annette S. Plese

Steven C. Jones, 65; six days in jail, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance.

Judge Julie M. McKay

Frank D. Birdsall, 23; 23 months in prison with credit given for 106 days served, 23 months probation, after pleading guilty to attempted second-degree robbery.

Judge Tony Hazel

Nichole F. Freeland aka Nichole F. Meredith, 38; $1,558.01 restitution, one day in jail with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to third-degree retail theft with special/extenuating circumstances.

Timothy J. Ohmann Jr., 41; $1,558.01 restitution, one day in jail, after pleading guilty to third-degree retail theft with special/extenuating circumstances.

Judge Linda G. Tompkins

Courtney L. Baldwin, 43; 24 months in a residential chemical dependency treatment-based alternative, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance.

Municipal and District courts

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

Judge Mary Logan

Stephen A. Graves, 34; 63 days in jail, no-contact order violation.

Judge Debra R. Hayes

Jeffrey T. Reilly, 42; $500 fine, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless driving.

Marina A. Skumatova, 28; $750 fine, one day in jail with credit given for one day served, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless driving.

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