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Washington records

Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Benjamin J. Nikkol and Arian A. Duffield, both of Spokane Valley.

Theron M. Davis and Emily K. Turley, both of Cheney.

Michael R. Saba and Stefanee J. Weimer, both of Spokane Valley.

Austin D. Belarde and Maria D. C. D. Navarro, both of Spokane Valley.

Brent T. B. Forsyth and Jennifer L. Sayler, both of Colbert.

Angelina S. Kaskevica, of Spokane and Cody A. Field, of Colbert.

Joshua D. Johnson, of Spokane Valley and Katrina M. Matthews, of Spokane.

Hans L. Johnsen and Heather A. Reither, both of Cheney.

Sergio I. Medina and Kelsie L. Mauer, both of Spokane.

Nathan L. Yoder, of Spokane and Ellisa A. Laboy, of Otis Orchards.

Jamie E. Dial and Ashley M. Beyer, both of Spokane.

Federal court

Bankruptcy petitions

Yuriy and Sveltana Shvachev, Spokane; debts of $94,329.

Peggy L. McIntire, Spokane; debts of $158,417.

James R. and Jaymie W. Harding, Spokane; debts of $22,749.

Lauren M. Davis, Spokane; debts of $75,568.

Karolina E. M. Alfaro, Spokane; debts of $57,249.

Leo D. C. Espiritu, Spokane Valley; debts of $23,649.

Holly A. Bloom, Spokane Valley; debts of $22,799.

Thomas A. and Alexandra Repp, Veradale; debts of $57,317.

Michelle L. Bonds, Cheney; debts of $43,989.

Dale L. Gabel, Liberty Lake; debts of $77,221.

Donald Tebow, Moses Lake; debts of $52,770.

Christopher E. and Angel M. Crain, Tekoa; debts of $81,058.

Shalea A. Mosley, Spokane Valley; debts of $49,744.

Michael D. and Magnolia Thornberry, Spokane; debts of $165,274.

Chad A. Dobson, Spokane; debts of $94,803.

Paola Gil, Moses Lake; debts of $58,872.

Wage-earner petitions

Stanley R. Bertram, Jr. and Amber A. Bertram, Cheney; debts of $79,369.

Maria C. Guerrero, Othello, Washington; debts of $19,319.

Greggory L. Hayes, Jr., Lacrosse; debts of $15,976.

Municipal and District courts

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

Judge Matthew Antush

Jeremy T. Miller, 40; 30 days in jail, possession of a dangerous weapon and possession of vehicle prowling tools.

Judge Tracy Staab

Cyrus L. Quarles, 30; 45 days in jail, obstructing officer.

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