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Washington records

UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 3, 2020

Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Peyton D. Putney and Mikayla J. N. McClendon, both of Spokane Valley.

Jonathan P. Frederick and Casandra C. Haley, both of Medical Lake.

Bryan J. Fallquist and Jessica R. Moorhouse, both of Spokane.

Dustin R. Kasinger Nicole L. Young, both of Nine Mile Falls.

Daniel M. Quinn and Lisa M. Morgensen, both of Spokane.

Bryan T. Atkins and Teresa A. Crane, both of Spokane.

Joseph J. Delorme, of Hermiston, Oregon, and Dianne Sigal, of Spokane Valley.

Kory M. Kilham and Bryce M. Combs, both of Post Falls.

Caleb A. Schoen, of Fairchild Air Force Base, and Tailor R. Child, of Spokane.

Keven R. Looper and Zacharie D. Brown, both of Spokane.

Vitaliy Kozenya, of Newman Lake, and Alla Florianovich, of Otis Orchards.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

Wedgewood Chelan LLC et al., v. Jalize Jackson, et al., restitution of premises.

West Sinto LLC et al., v. John N Wavada, et al., restitution of premises.

Fairmount Memorial Association, land use petition.

Sandra J. Smith v. Colleen Yancey, seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.

Moland Management Company et al., v. Vincent Nicholas, restitution of premises.

Daa Capital LLC v. Summit Motors Inc. et al., money claimed owed.

Shooting The Moon II LLC et al., v. Denise Hanson, complaint.

Steven A. Herman v. LSFT Cherry Apartments LLC et al., complaint.

Sandra J. Smith v. Colleen Yancey et al., complaint for damages.

Marriage dissolutions granted

Baker, Barry N. and Laurie V.

Webb, Joseph A. and Sarah L.

Overturf, Thomas and Michelle

Chase, Sarah L. and Brian K.

Jensen, Justin J. and Rocha, Alexandria N.

Hare, Molly and Scott

Criminal sentencings

Judge Timothy J. Fennessy

Christopher D. Lister, 35; three days in jail with credit given for three days served, 12 months probation, after being found guilty for solicitation to commit possession of a controlled substance.

Joshua J. Klapperich; 33; three days in jail with credit given for three days served, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief.

Robert E. Lowells, 31; seven days in jail with credit given for seven days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to violation of a no-contact order, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence and possession of a controlled substance.

David R. Iglesias, 21; two days in jail with credit given for two days served, 12 months probation, after being found guilty of reckless driving.

Clarisa M. Chavarria, 33; 13 months in prison, 18 months probation, after pleading guilty to second-degree assault of a child-domestic.

Judge John O. Cooney

Ryan C. Lynch, 32; 17 months in prison with credit for time served to be determined, after pleading guilty to second-degree possession of stolen property.

David K. Youngblood, 66; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, third-degree retail theft with special/extenuating circumstances.

Municipal and District courts

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

Judge Mary Logan

Lyndsie N. Davidson, 23, 90 days in jail, first-degree negligent driving.

Catelyn J. Frost, 24; 90 days in jail, first-degree negligent driving.

Willie L. McCalebb, 41; 133 days in jail, malicious mischief-property.

Erik J. Medel, 38; 10 days in jail, theft.

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