Chad W. Durall and Stephanie I. Rogers, both of Spokane.
Edward T. Eitzman of Spokane Valley and Oksana N. Lopachuk of Otis Orchards.
Lindsey R. Whitten and Justin R. Sprecher, both of Pullman.
Parker G. Forrester of Coeur d’Alene and David T. Hansen of Athol.
Jace P. Yuhas of Spokane and Jessica M. Mildes of Millwood.
Gabriel J. Garner and Amber N. Corya, both of Spokane.
Brendon S. Moore and Valerie Ramirez, both of Airway Heights.
Bret L. Bateman and Coleen R. Farrell, both of Spokane.
Michael R. Maddy and Christy Reyes, both of Spokane.
In the courts
Synchrony Bank v. Drew Colvin, money claimed owed.
Synchrony Bank v. Braden Syrotchen, money claimed owed.
Synchrony Bank v. Rebecca Lutton, money claimed owed.
Synchrony Bank v. Tiaa Musa, money claimed owed.
Marcus King v. Ryan Murphy, restitution of premises.
Spokane Teachers Credit Union v. Tommie J. Hayes, money claimed owed.
Kelly Miller v. River City Management LLC, complaint.
Pioneer Human Services v. John Hernandez, restitution of premises.
Jennifer J. Desmul v. Sarah A. Tosch, seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.
Mortgage Equity Conversion Asset Trust 2011-1 v. Norma L. Rago, restitution of premises.
Diamond Rock Construction Inc. v. City of Spokane, complaint.
Patricia M. Gates v. Janet Bray, seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.
Spokane Housing Authority, et al. v. Tabitha A. Hartill, restitution of premises.
Heather N. Matlock v. Mid Century Insurance Company, seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.
Ire LLC v. James Christ, restitution of premises.
Ire LLC v. Susanne C. Needham, restitution of premises.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Glover, Stephen C. and Rita C.
Sayer, Heather and Jonathan
Morton, Jeromey M. and Mary
Secco, Melody and Gordon
Hansen, Lynette D. and Bret M.
Chase, Kayla J. and Brian T.
Schmitt, Farah L. and Kevin L.
Cousins, Baline A. and Tiffany R.
Kirchmeier, Daneyko A. and Kaitlyn R.
Malyshevskiy, Olga and Vasiliy
Weed, Jessica K. and Dane E. II
Layh, Margaret A. and Kristopher W.
Judge Rachelle E. Anderson
Tristan P. Hilton, 19; $6,369 restitution, 364 days in jail with credit for time served to be determined, 24 months probation, after pleading guilty to third-degree malicious mischief.
Judge Annette S. Plese
William S. Racicot, 53; two months in jail with credit given for 50 days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree theft.
Judge Michelle D. Szambelan
Miguel Ruiz, 26; six months in jail, after pleading guilty to harassment-domestic violence and violation of order-domestic violence.
Judge Maryann C. Moreno
William H. Huffaker, 34; 17.5 months in prison, 36 months probation, after pleading guilty to first-degree dealing in depictions of a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
Judge Michael P. Price
Joshua M. Warren, 28; 12 months in jail, after pleading guilty to violation of order-domestic violence and criminal mischief-domestic violence.
Municipal and District courts
Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Mary Logan
Dylan M. Bunch, 26; two days in jail, driving while intoxicated and operating vehicle without ignition interlock.
Judge Richard M. Leland
Pierre D. Rhodes, 21; 57 days in jail with credit given for 57 days served, minor possess/consumption attempt.
Ricky A. Yeager, 40; $250 fine, four days in jail, 86 days electronic home monitoring, six months probation, first-degree driving with license suspended.
Selmir Zahirovic, 32; $500 fine, eight months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless endangerment.
Peter E. Ryea Jr., 36; $991 fine, two days in jail, 18 months probation, driving while intoxicated.
Jaden M. Stevens, 22; $500 fine, six months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless driving.
Autumn L. Turner, 40; $991 fine, two days in jail with credit given for two days served, driving while intoxicated and third-degree driving with license suspended.
Elizabeth A. Weddle, 26; $991 fine, four days in jail with credit given for one day served, 180 days electronic home monitoring, 24 months probation, second-degree driving with license suspended amended to third-degree driving with license suspended and driving while intoxicated.
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