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Vital Statistics

The Columbian



Desiree M. Carlson and Scott A. Micheletti, Vancouver, a girl, Brooklyn M. Micheletti, Aug. 9, 7 pounds, 1 ounce.

Marriage licenses


Croswell, Leticia Marie, 25, Washougal, and Martin, Brandon Raymond, 27, Washougal.

Greene, Jennifer Kay, 41, Vancouver, and Daniel, Christopher, 43, Vancouver.

Horsley, Caitlin Sitka, 31, Milwaukie, Ore., and Roles, Andrew Michael, 33, Milwaukie.

Reed, Kendra Lynn Park, 34, Vancouver, and O’Bryant, Alex Benjamin, 40, Vancouver.

Palmer, Pamela Rae, 65, Layton, Utah, and Samulski, John Jacob, 66, Layton.

Barlow, Breanna Mae, 24, Vancouver, and Bah, Mustapha Sailu, 24, Washougal.

Kondryuk, David, 22, Rancho Cordova, Calif., and Marchenko, Yelena Ivanovna, 20, Battle Ground.

Garrido, Jazmyne Janah, 24, Vancouver, and Sepulveda, Alejando II, 23, Vancouver.

Lipka, Kara Ashley, 20, Woodland, and Koistinen, Brit James, 22, Woodland.

Torres, Michael Joseph, 50, Vancouver, and Hooper, Jolie Lyn, 51, Vancouver.

Cheely, Amber Darsey, 28, Portland, and Kelnhofer, Jakob David, 27, Portland.

Ducham, Abby Rose, 34, Oregon City, Ore., and Ervast, Gene Alan, 37, Oregon City.

Evans, Lacy Jo, 31, Yacolt, and Keller, Charles Wesley, 34, Yacolt.

Marriage dissolutions


Stewart, Daniel Lee and Tina Renee.

McGinnis, Earnie Octavius and Philisa Nicole.

Frank, Christina L. and Oscar Ned III.

Descombaz, Michelle Lynn and Travis Wayne.

Patrick, Michelle and Geck, Israel.


Noack, Carolyn and Gerald.


Gibson, Scott William and Deette Susanne.

Court sentencings

The Columbian’s policy is to publish all Clark County Superior Court felony sentencings, as provided by the Clark County Clerk’s Office. DC signifies that the defendant has entered drug court. Addresses are provided by the courts and may have changed by the time of sentencing.


Farnsworth Bostick, Isaiah T., 24, 314 E. 25th St., 90 days, attempted possession of methamphetamine.

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