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Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Jeremy R. Albright and Georgie E. Russell, both of Spokane.

Dustin D. Pearson, of Spokane, and Brettanie D. Jaeger, of Lewiston.

Dominic Spado and Hannah K. Royball, both of Colbert.

Jessica L. Jaderquist and Daniel J. Watts-Messick, both of Spokane.

Anthony G. Piccirillo and Missy L. England, both of Cheney.

Brady L. Unfred and Madison P. Keebler, both of Spokane Valley.

Alex L. Strasheim and Katie A. Meredith, both of Spokane Valley.

Jeffrey J. Williams and Tori L. Alcantar, both of Spokane.

Mike G. Fredette and Hollie A. Edwards, both of Liberty Lake.

Joel R. Salter and Alison R. Baccarella, both of Spokane Valley.

William J. Neville and Kellie J. Power, both of Spokane.

Alexander N. Fuchs and Casey J. Hubbard, both of Post Falls.

Collin A. Tracy and Rachel L. Bokma, both of Spokane.

Kenji T. Tan, of Cerritos, California, and Ellie D. Rickards, of Spokane.

Jerry A. Sherman and Wendy M. Gibson, both of Spokane.

Tyler J. Daniel and Morgan M. E. Quantock, both of Spokane.

Logan T. Miller and Laurel C. G. Douglas, both of Spokane.

Steven J. R. Ponce and Morgan E. Winter, both of Spokane.

Kory C. Christophersen and Starrlyn R. Mansfield, both of Spokane Valley.

Tiernan T. Osborne and Allison V. Kotsala, both of Spokane.

Donovan J. Fonfara and De’erika L. Cooper, both of Spokane Valley.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

Red Laser Construction LLC v. Acme Concrete Paving Inc., complaint.

Rachel L. Lewis v. William C. Lewis, seeking quiet title.

Carrie Humphrey, et al., v. Kristina Bock, et al., complaint.

Courtney Boatsman, et al., v. Heidi R. Dupree, complaint.

Inna Busuioc v. Kelly Dvorak, seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.

Sheri Britton v. Fred Meyer Stores Inc. et al., seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.

Worthy Enterprises LLC v. Debra J. Ravasia, et al., complaint.

Mortgage Lender Services Inc v. Billie E. Senna, notice of deposit of surplus funds pursuant to RCW 61.24.080 resulting from a non-judicial foreclosure. Wonder Spokane LLC v. Katerra Inc., complaint for money due and replevin.

Jesse Gotzman v. Gabrielle Gotzman, writ of habeas corpus.

Jennifer King v. People Pets and Vets LLC, complaint for damages and disability discrimination and failure to accommodate under Washington law against discrimination (“WLAD”) chapter RCW 49.60 ET SEQ.

Michael White, et al., v. Shane L. Dechenne, restitution of premises.

Peggy Smith v. Kirestin Arnold-Poyorena, verified complaint, jury trial demanded.

Scott Sylvester, et al., v. Smokin’ Legal Vape Shop, complaint for damages.

Marriage dissolutions granted

Fischbach, Waunita and Robert

Schoengold, Leslee A. and David M.

Tatum, April K. and John H.

Kamau, George N. and Njuguna, Lucy W.

Albrecht, Rachel D. and Michael R.

Beanblossom, Sean M. and Justine P.

Archilla, Jorge N. and Tami E.

Neilson, Micah M. and Shane A.

Gonzalez, Kevin and Jadeyn

Delatte, Lisa L. and Troy T.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Harold Clarke III

Mitchell A. Davis, 37; 24 months in a residential chemical dependency treatment-based alternative, after pleading guilty to second-degree theft.

Ricardo E. Alvarez, 40; 12 months and one day in prison, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance.

Judge John O. Cooney

Luis V. Villa, 39; two days in jail with credit given for two days served, after pleading guilty to use of drug paraphernalia.

Ethan J. Troutt, 39; three days in jail with credit given for three days served, 12 months probation, after being found guilty to solicitation to commit possession of a controlled substance and second-degree vehicle prowling.

Jason J. Knight also known as Jay Knight, 43; 163 days in jail with credit given for 163 days served, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Brian C. Pintler, 40; one month in jail with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to third-degree assault.

Jacob D. Farrell, 26; 17 months in prison with credit for time served to be determined, after pleading guilty to attempt to elude a police vehicle and possession of a controlled substance.

Selene S. Moore, 22; 12 months in prison with credit for time served to be determined, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to second-degree assault and attempt to elude a police vehicle.

Judge Timothy Fennessy

John R. Craves, 42; 43 months in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree burglary.

Bryon R. Claflin, 64; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Christian I. Bravo, 29; 23 months in prison, after pleading guilty to attempt to elude a police vehicle.

Robert A. Stone, 52; one day in jail, after pleading guilty to criminal mischief.

Judge Julie M. McKay

Mykalann Yerkes, 30; 22 days in jail with credit given for 22 days served, six months probation, after pleading guilty to third-degree assault.

Municipal and District courts

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

Judge Donna Wilson

Tanetha M. Fawver, 28; four days in jail with credit given for four days served, 12 months probation, third-degree malicious mischief.

Judge Matthew Antush

Trenton L. Heller, 41; one day in jail, no contact order violation.

Jaffar A. Hussain, 45; one day in jail, reckless driving.

Jarret D. Jackson, 37; one day in jail, reckless driving and reckless endangerment.

Bjorn M. Manycolors, 27; first-degree negligent driving.

Judge Tracy Staab

Quentin L. Perry, 40; one day in jail, second-degree driving with license suspended.

Devon M. Walls, 21; one day in jail, fourth-degree assault and obstructing officer.

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