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Washington records

UPDATED: Tue., Dec. 21, 2021

From staff reports

Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Belle A. Eckhart, of Spokane and Nicole C. Cowburn, of Nuremberg, Germany.

Brent W. Alderson, of Ford, Washington and Fiona A. Berry, of Umatilla, Oregon.

Artem G. Nouridjanian and Angelica V. Floryanovich, both of Spokane Valley.

Preston C. Pyburn and Shelby A. Oliver, both of Spokane.

Wais K. Safi and Hasina G. Sarwar, both of Spokane.

David W. Cole and Jeni L. Baldwin, both of Spokane.

In the courts

Superior courts

Marriage dissolutions granted

Marchand, Kasey N. and Rhoads, Randy L.

Toguchi, Eric M. and Pattison, Lynn T.

Starbuck, Shreeise K. and Austin L.

Hartin, Kodie S. and Nathan P.

Marriages decreed invalid

Womble, Tosha N. and Christopher N.

Criminal sentencings

Judge Tony Hazel

Tashan C. Highpine, 35; four months in jail with credit given for 35 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to second-degree identity theft.

Jeffrey P. Townsend, 66; 36 months probation, after pleading guilty to failure to register as a sex/kidnap offender.

Christopher D. Wright, 47; six months in jail, 90 days in jail, after pleading guilty to dangerous weapons and two counts of conspiracy to commit possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

Derrek A. Sheffield, also known as Derek A. Sheffield, 46; six months electronic home monitoring, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to felony physical control of a vehicle while under the influence.

Judge Michael P. Price

Cole P. Stevens, 28; 12 months in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to third-degree rape.

Judge Julie M. McKay

Christopher D. Smith, 30; 29 months in prison, after pleading guilty to first-degree reckless burning-domestic violence, second-degree theft, second-degree malicious mischief, criminal mischief and violation of order.

Judge Harold D. Clarke III

Beau D. Griese, 21; 66 days in jail with credit given for 66 days served, 24 months in a residential substance use disorder treatment-based alternative, 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.

Cappuccino McCullough, 45; one day in jail with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to money laundering and criminal mischief.

Judge Charnelle Bjelkengren

Jason J. Fontaine-Gonzales, 54; $4,636.89 restitution, 15 months in prison, after being found guilty to residential burglary and second-degree malicious mischief.

Judge Michael P. Price

Jadah R. Parham, 23; $14,763.86 restitution, 61 months in prison, 36 months probation, after pleading guilty to vehicular homicide, failure to remain at the scene of an accident-fatality, possession of a stolen motor vehicle and reckless driving.

Judge Michelle D. Szambelan

Angel E. Franetich, also known as Angelique Franetich, 26; 28 days in jail, after pleading guilty to third-degree assault, first-degree theft and theft of a motor vehicle.

Municipal and District courts

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

Judge Gloria Ochoa-Bruck

Jamar D. Johnson, 31; one day in jail, fourth-degree assault.

Scott A. Jungen, 56; two days in jail, reckless driving.

Judge Kristin C. O’Sullivan

James L. Lange, 31; $807 fine, one day in jail, driving while intoxicated.

Susan A. Seigendall, 43; 210 days in jail converted to 210 days electronic home monitoring, driving while intoxicated and third-degree driving with license suspended.

Ryan D. Severson, 27; 30 days in jail, second-degree driving with suspended license.

Dartanyan J. Shafer, 28; 40 days in jail, two counts of fourth-degree assault.

Kylee A. Smith, 43; one day in jail, second-degree vehicle prowling.

Asher A. Sorensen, 20; 90 days in jail, two counts of theft.

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