Mackenzie M. Corson and Robert J. Aagard, both of Deer Park.
Mitchell S. Dickson and Britny N. Hamblen, both of Spokane.
Cory T. Frashefski and Kara K. Mowery, both of Spokane.
Ryan S. Burgos and Stephanie M. Curtis, both of Spokane.
Mark W. Nelson and Melissa J. Hoadley, both of Spokane.
Michael J. Stevens and Melissa L. Mcghee, both of Sprague, Washington.
Aaron M. Obert and Kelsie J. Forcier, both of Spokane Valley.
Clint D. Bonnett and Josie M. Daniels, both of Spokane.
Deandre K. White and Yermina K. Morency, both of Airway Heights.
Kolby S. Coy and Allison K. Tykocki, both of Spokane.
In the courts
IRE LLC v. Tara Favaloro, restitution of premises.
Theresa Smith, et al., v. Jessica K. Cewe, et al., medical malpractice.
Sean A. Swanson, et al., v. Leslie D. Lawson, et al., seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.
Dennis Kyllo v. Linda McNamara, et al., restitution of premises.
Paul Myers, et al., v. Multicare Health System, complaint for unlawful age discrimination and unfair employment practices.
Battle Creek State Bank v. Ad Aviation LLC et al., complaint.
Leilani Scribner v. Flippin Family Fun LLC, et al., complaint for damages.
Rhonda Defelice v. Jeanette Irwin, complaint.
Chan-Hyung Cho v. Volkswagen Group Of America Inc., complaint.
Jay Vilhauer v. Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc., complaint.
Estate of Michael E. James et al., v. Gay L. James, complaint for declaratory judgment, conversion and unjust enrichment and restitution.
Linda Yates, et al., v. Fred Meyer Stores Inc., complaint for damages.
James Jones, et al., v. Derek Dill, et al., complaint for damages.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Marshall, Ashley A. and Jessie J.
Kummer, Dillon R. and Destiny M.
Plaza, Rachel A. and Plaza Sanchez, Adsel E.
Evjen, Christapher J. and Silvia, Marion E.
Williams, Samantha J. and Null, Joseph D.
McKay, Barbara J. And Carlson, Ingrid L.
Judge Harold D. Clarke III
Ryan P. Parkhill, 45; 10 days in jail with credit given for 10 days served, after pleading guilty to money laundering.
Steven M. Sigur, 56; $1,211.63 restitution, 24 months in a residential chemical dependency treatment-based alternative, 364 days in jail with credit for time served to be determined, after pleading guilty to failure to remain at the scene of an accident-injured person and driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor and/or drug.
Keenen L. Keller, 26; 24 months in a residential chemical dependency treatment-based alternative with credit given for 60 days served, after pleading guilty to violation or order, second-degree escape and possession of a controlled substance.
Tawni A. Zuniga, 29; 24 months in a residential chemical dependency treatment-based alternative, 84 days in jail with credit given for 84 days served, after pleading guilty to residential burglary-domestic violence and fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.
Rena L. Reed, 42; no penalties, after pleading guilty to second-degree theft.
Judge Timothy B. Fennessy
Kaleena L. Grandy, 24; 35 days in jail with credit given for 35 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief and violation of order.
Alladin Domenden, 23; 34 months in prison with credit given for 138 days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission, attempt to elude a police vehicle, and first-degree operating with license suspended.
Charles J. Reevis, 30; 56 days in jail with credit given for 56 days served, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief.
Brian L. Gilliam, 36; no penalties, after pleading guilty to money laundering.
Judge John O. Cooney
Tyler J. Braze, 24; 12 months in prison, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief.
Judge Tony D. Hazel
Kenneth Smith, 21; three months in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to second-degree assault.
Wendy M. Lauderdale, also known as Wendy Wensler, 64; $11,275.50 restitution, after pleading guilty to first-degree theft.
Michael D. Liggett, 35; three days in jail with credit given for three days served, 12 months probation, after being found guilty of violation of order and making false or misleading statement to a public servant.
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