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Washington records

Spokane County

Marriage licenses

William R. Catlow and Jennifer L. Daugherty, both of Spokane.

Conor P. Hamilton and Kendall L. Curtis, both of Spokane.

Alexander J. Dehmer and Molly E. Blaney, both of Spokane.

Matthew J. Rendahl and Laura A. David, both of Spokane Valley.

John K. Pegg and Kylee M. Baker, both of Spokane.

Shon M. Kimrey, of Elk, and Joann M. Burton, of Deer Park.

Christopher W. Lavallee and Jennifer J. Robinson, both of Cheney.

Kevin M. Young and Natalie A. Ruckenbrod, both of Liberty Lake.

Joel F. Schroeder and Kyla N. Parkins, both of Spokane.

Anthony J. Ryker and Madison M. Hitner, both of Spokane Valley.

Trevor A. Babcock, of Cheney, and Alexis A. Brooks, of Moscow.

Dmitriy Y. Bozhinov and Chelsea T. Messan, both of Spokane.

Miguel Moreno, of Clallam Bay, Washington, and Sophia N. Mireles, of Spokane.

Jason R. Ballard and Casey J. Besaw, both of Spokane.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

Numerica Credit Union v. Nathan T. Cottrell, money claimed owed.

Horizon Credit Union v. Gerardo G. Manzo, money claimed owed.

Numerica Credit Union v. Alayna R. Johnson, money claimed owed.

Numerica Credit Union v. Scott D. Schreier, money claimed owed.

Edward Mascardo v. Alex Michell IV, restitution of premises.

Edward Mascardo v. Michael S. Wood, restitution of premises.

William J Wright et al., v. Airway Heights Corrections Center MSU, complaint for damages.

Seth T. Murphy v. Nancy C. Downs, restitution of premises.

Whitewater Creek Inc. v. Debra Barnett et al., restitution of premises.

Doug Pecha v. Joe Crawford, restitution of premises.

Lauren Busdon v. Adriana Zaragoza, complaint for damages.

Michael Garcia v. Regi US Inc., complaint for damages.

Anthony Johnson v. Bonded Data Research Inc., amended complaint.

Stella Johnston v. Winco Foods LLC, complaint for damages.

J.R. v. State of Washington, complaint.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Tony D. Hazel

Marshul C. Heckman also known as Marshal C. Heckman, 31; 22 days in jail with credit given for 22 days served, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance and possession of another’s identification.

Judge John O. Cooney

Thomas M. McMahon, 57; eight months in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty third-degree assault-domestic violence.

Bol A. Pennington, 19; 55 days in jail with credit given for 55 days served, after pleading guilty to third-degree malicious mischief-domestic violence.

Federal court

Bankruptcy petitions

Alisha L. Fyre, Newman Lake; debts of $22,675.

Leonardo D. Moreno, Warden, Washington; debts of $126,957.

Yair and Maria Guzman, Othello, Washington; debts of $261,263.

John Harris, Spokane; debts of $147,686.

Jason and Shea Reopelle, Newport, Washington; debts of $192,814.

Sean M. Fetz, Spokane; debts of $43,655.

Robert E. Coriell, Moses Lake; debts of $6,964.

Katherina C. and Dina T. Guerrero, Spokane; debts of $31,730.

Nicholas R. and Cassi M. Ericson, Spokane; debts of $92,264.

Zackory J. and Taylor K. Davis, Spokane; debts of $67,808.

Matthew G. Culver, Spokane; debts of $45,350.

Gordon L. and Barbara A. F. Elliott, Spokane; debts of $97,014.

Dolan H. Walker, Spokane Valley; debts of $60,874.

Municipal and

District courts

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

Judge Mary Logan

Antwan D. Conway, 35; 11 days in jail, fourth-degree assault.

Judge Matthew Antush

Ravan D. Lane, 24; 13 days in jail, four counts of theft.

David E. Lee, 29; 18 days in jail, physical control.

Phillip J. Mitchell, 31; 34 days in jail, theft.

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