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Washington records

UPDATED: Tue., Oct. 6, 2020

Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Justin A. Hittinger and Jennifer G. Gonzalez, both of Tucson, Arizona.

Robert E. Tensley and Shameial L. Lockett, both of Spokane.

Braydan D. Marsh and Ashley A. E. Hanson, both of Spokane.

David C. Williamson and Erica C. Conn, both of Yelm, Washington.

James M. Doran and Jessica L. Hubacher, both of Spokane.

James B. Stewart, of Elk, and Tianna M. Brose, of Deer Park.

Rodger E. Turner, of Spokane, and Randi F. Orlando, of Spokane Valley.

Steven E. Moe and Sarah M. Spaude, both of Spokane.

Max D. Lund and Alexis J. Hinkle, both of Spokane.

Eric W. Brown and Randi R. Suiter, both of Spokane.

Mare Bainbridge and James M. Heuett, both of Spokane.

Alwino Leit and Emina Daniel, both of Spokane.

In the courts

Superior courts

Marriage dissolutions granted

Ensminger, Nicole A. and Brad A.

Hui, Molly and Irwin

Hess, Daniel J. and Jamie A.

Brickner, Chelsea R. and Joseph J.

Mitchell, Davene M. and Carson J.

Martinez, Alexandra K. and Mike

Criminal sentencings

Judge Harold D. Clarke III

James L. Driver, 38; 24 months in a residential chemical dependency treatment-based alternative, after being found guilty of five counts of possession of a controlled substance and reckless driving.

Kjerstin A. Anderson, 26; no penalties, after pleading guilty to third-degree theft.

Judge John O. Cooney

Anthany J. Huerta, 26; $4,460.11 restitution, 12 months in prison with credit for time served to be determined, after pleading guilty to residential burglary, second-degree burglary, first-degree theft and criminal mischief.

Judge Maryann C. Moreno

Ethan T. Cantlon, 22; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, 24 months probation, after being found guilty of fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Elijah B. Campbell, 28; 12 months and one day in prison with credit given for 205 days served, after pleading guilty to residential burglary-domestic violence and violation of order.

Shawn L. Vanzandt, 52; 36.75 months in prison, 36.75 months probation, after being found guilty of violation of order and residential burglary-domestic violence.

Domminique M. Lockhart, 46; 50 days in jail, after pleading guilty to first-degree reckless burning-domestic violence.

Judge Tony D. Hazel

Juan J. Sarmiento, 24; 24 months in prison, 36 months probation, after pleading guilty to commercial sexual abuse of a minor.

Joseph A. Moyer, 35; 15 months in prison, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to violation of order and residential burglary-domestic violence.

Judge Michelle D. Szambelan

Jerry W. Clark, 48; 61.5 months in prison, 18 months probation, after being found guilty of second-degree assault-domestic violence and fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Judge Raymond F. Clary

Kevin P. Ehlert, 32; $4,676.74 restitution, 59.5 months in prison, 12 months probation, after being found, second-degree burglary, third-degree malicious mischief, second-degree retail-theft with special/extenuating circumstances and possession of a controlled substance.

Municipal and District courts

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

Judge Tracy Staab

Jarren I. Poulton, 32; one day in jail, malicious mischief property.

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