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From staff reports

Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Nathan T. Hughs and Rosetta M. Benjamin, both of Airway Heights.

Keith A. Borgholthaus and Heather M. Ivie, both of Cheney.

Kayla B. Nelson and Benjamin M. Levine, both of Spokane.

Davis M. Young and Tiffany S. Stine, both of Otis Orchards.

Saeed Z. Anwar and Teresa J. Matkovich, both of Spokane.

Jayme R. Hovland and Cody R. Buchanan, both of Spokane.

Aarya K. Bradley, of Warren, Ore., and Jacob T. Presley, of Pullman.

Solita R. Brown and Christopher J. Kelly, both of Spokane.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

Sandra Brewer, et al. v. Fairmount Memorial Association, complaint for damages.

Gabrielle Duncan v. Pawsitive Canine Academy LLC, et al., complaint for damages.

Roderick Huntress v. SLI Holdings LLC, complaint for personal injuries.

Yvonne Rein v. Dixie Bolinger, et al., seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.

Marriage dissolutions granted

Powers, Mary and Olmsted, Barton

Leslie, Lisa and Paul

Chimienti, Camie M. and Samuel L.

Harlukowicz, Jessie L. and McMillan, Rebekah C.

Curtis, Barbara L. and Shuman, Robert A.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Julie M. McKay

Brandon M. Ford, 37; 10 days in jail with credit given for 10 days served, 24 months probation, after being found guilty of fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Judge Charnelle M. Bjelkengren

Enjoli L. Luna, 40; 38 days in jail with credit for time served to be determined, after pleading guilty to attempt to elude a police vehicle, conspiracy to possess a controlled substance and third-degree assault.

Judge Michelle D. Szambelan

James D. Rusten, 70; 47 days in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to two counts of violation of order-domestic violence.

Cody J. Ingraham, 34; 12.75 months in a prison-based alternative, 12.75 months probation, after pleading guilty to second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.

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