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Washington records

UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 9, 2020

Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Nicholas Hilzendeger and Elizabeth Rose Harwood, both of Spokane.

Noah G. Schwab and Jenny Ellisen, both of Spokane.

Jesus A. Bojorquez and Joanne Milton, both of Spokane.

Jason L. Clarke and Debora M. James, both of Deer Park.

Wyatt E. Kittilstved and Shaley A. M. Martin, both of Spokane Valley.

Alexander R. Totten and Megan C. Robar, both of Spokane.

Dane A. Brandt and Simone S. Keller, both of Otis Orchards.

Scott T. Kenyon and Tiffany L. Rodriguez, both of Ketchikan, Arkansas.

Shane C. Anderson and Cheyenne A. Groth, both of Spokane Valley.

Rhett W. Hardan, of Deer Park, and Lauren N. McMackin, of Chattaroy.

Kristopher P. Biron and Carly M. Flynn, both of Spokane.

Gary R. Brown and Amanda M. Kelly, both of Spokane.

Oleksii Bychkov and Yana S. Anishchenko, both of Spokane.

Robert D. Schindler and Christina J. Balcom, both of Spokane.

Arrow K. L. Williams and Madlien G. Kendrick, both of Spokane.

Branden S. Finocchio and Molly R. Danielson, both of Airway Heights.

Jager R. Marks and Samantha R. Huntley, both of Spokane Valley.

Jonathon Q. Villella and Lisa M. Durham, both of Spokane.

Pacifique Caheza, of Centerton, Arizona, and Benie M. Byiringiro, of Spokane.

Matthew W. Maize and Sarah J. Oglesbee, both of Spokane.

Ty A. Wallin and Candace J. Ireland, both of Liberty Lake.

Alec J. Iris and Haley N. James, both of Spokane.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

State Farm Fire and Casualty Company v. Avista Corporation, complaint.

Healthcare Resource Group Inc v. Pickens County Medical Center, complaint.

Houston Properties LLC v. David Trowbridge, restitution of premises.

Marriage dissolutions granted

Hatfield Goncalves, Marie and Goncalves, Lawrence L.

Mawbey, Allen P. and Elise M.

Swift, Karen A. and Travis R.

Naccarato Edwards, Jeremy Z. and Naccarato, Shelby N.

Jones, Tina M. and Gregory A.

Morrison, Sonja A. and Ronald L.

Mills, Jason W. and Christy A.

Legal separations granted

Green, Ronald R. and Iryna V.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Michael P. Price

Christopher N. Hannah, also known as Michael R. Hannah, 24; 90 days in jail with credit given for 90 days served, after pleading guilty to third-degree theft.

Nicole M. Coffey, 36; six days in jail, 12 months probation, after being found guilty of possession of a controlled substance.

Melissa S. Bretz, 31; 10 days in jail with credit given for 10 days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree possession of stolen property.

Judge Harold D. Clarke III

Dustin T. Baughman, 24; Six months and one day in jail, after being found guilty of two counts of possession of a controlled substance and second-degree theft.

Judge Timothy B. Fennessy

Timothy W. Northington, 35; 38 days in jail with credit given for 38 days served, after being found guilty of solicitation to commit possession of a controlled substance.

Judge John O. Cooney

Justin E. Reeves, 45; eight days in jail with credit given for eight days served, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Judge Tony D. Hazel

Corey K. Knudsvig, 30; 32 months in prison, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance and attempted theft of a motor vehicle.

Robert J. Osborne, 33; 60 days in jail with credit given for 60 days served, after pleading guilty to 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

Roger E. Barnes, 51; $350 restitution, 364 days in jail, reckless driving.

Amber K. Beach, 38; 90 days in jail, fourth-degree assault.

Jason J. Berg, 33; 60 days in jail, fourth-degree assault.

Kedrick B. Browne, 31; 10 days in jail, two counts of first-degree trespass-building.

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