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Washington records

From staff reports

Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Martin G. Tobias and Jennifer L. Pitts, both of Colbert.

Tyrone T. Howard and Nicole M. Koch, both of Spokane.

Melissa K. A. Powell and Michael J. Fuson, both of Spokane.

John D. L. Galm and Jaclyn R. Borseth, both of Spokane Valley.

Thomas L. Antles and Tricia L. O’Donnell, both of Liberty Lake.

Marcelino Sandoval of Spokane and Tara L. Williams of Troy, Idaho.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

Spokane Housing Ventures v. Michael D. Baker, restitution of premises.

Richard Bisbee v. Sally Malito, et al., seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.

Catholic Housing Services of Eastern Washington, et al. v. Kenneth Truitt, restitution of premises.

Penny Akers v. Eric Daving Enterprises Inc., et al., complaint for breach of contract, negligence, recovery from contractor’s registration bond and Washington State consumer protection violations.

Marriage dissolutions granted

Monroe, Mackenzie and Jeremiah

Shalloe, Mary E. and Michael J.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Julie M. McKay

David J. Coomes, 59; revoked driver’s license, after being found guilty of failure to remain at the scene of an accident-injured person.

Judge Charnelle M. Bjelkengren

Ian Tatshama, 49; 100 days in jail with credit given for 100 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief-domestic violence.

Dujuan Hines, 34; $300 restitution, 90 days in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to second-degree burglary, second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission, first-degree possession of stolen property, first-degree theft and first-degree trafficking in stolen property.

Kyle L. Knemeyer, 30; $300 restitution, 22 months in prison, after pleading guilty to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.

Max L. Nelson, 35; two months in jail with credit given for 35 days served, after pleading guilty to first-degree theft and fourth-degree assault.

Isiah Soria, 18; $800 restitution, 47 days in jail with credit given for 47 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to residential burglary, harassment, second-degree malicious mischief and second-degree possession of stolen property.

Eric W. Hammond, 47; 60 days in jail with credit for time served to be determined, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief-domestic violence.

Jason L. Lemieux, 44; no penalties, after being found guilty of third-degree theft.

Municipal and District courts

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

Judge Mary Logan

Jerome S. C. Bursch, 30; $350 fine, one day in jail, driving while intoxicated.

Judge Richard M. Leland

Brooke J. Reis, 24; 18 days in jail with credit given for 18 days served, 12 months probation, two counts of third-degree theft.

Melissa K. Wood, 43; six days in jail with credit given for six days served, six months probation, third-degree theft.

Judge Aimee N. Maurer

Tarisha M. Veliz, 28; one day in jail, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless driving.

Brenda R. Royce, 66; 52 days in jail with credit given for 52 days served, false statement to public servant.

Tyren A. Vollenberg, 21; 90 days in jail with credit given for 28 days served, fourth-degree assault.

Robert D. Wright, 56; 10 days in jail with credit given for three days served, fourth-degree assault.

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