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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Dissolutions


Kari E. and David R. Ashcraft Jr.


Diana Brenda Munoz and Alberto Lockett Arellano.

Jennifer M. and Terry Lee Hamness.

Marissa Mae and David Andrew Lester.

Mark Andrew and Stephanie Lee Jensen. Respondent’s name changed to Stephanie Lee Jensen Sukosd.

Nicole Michele and Scott Michael Barbour. Petitioner’s name changed to Nicole Michele Nunes.

Shane Christopher and Monica Lynn Conway.

Zachary K. and Jaydeen K. Pike.


Amanda Lee and Aaron Shannon Workman.

Amy Theresa and Tyler Gigear Palmer.

Elisabeth Joan and Joel David Fahndrich.

Jennifer and Ronald R. Christopher.

Jory Jay Groehner and Theory Huy.

Jose Antonio and Tiffany Darlene Guerrero Vando.

Karen Marie and Dean Scott Stoddard.

Patrick Bernard and Michelle Dawn Clark.


Lorene Ashley and Robert Ray Beck.

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. Addresses are provided by the courts and may have changed by the time of sentencing.


Anthony Sablan Manibusan, 41, 3 days which may be served on work crew, second-degree vehicle theft.

Austin Michael Mortimore, 21, 9540 North Fiske Ave., Portland, 45 days, possession of a stolen vehicle.

Devante Thomas Grant Wood, 25, 737 S.E. 181st Ave., Gresham, Ore., 30 days which may be served on work crew, third-degree assault.

Elijah J. Preuitt-Thompson, 26, 207 North Morrison Road, 2 days which may be served on work crew, harassments – death threats.

Igor Vadimovich Chebotar, 21, 2801 N.E. 173rd Court, 30 days, criminal mischief – armed with a deadly weapon.

Isaiah Nathaniel Alanis Jr., 21, 14505 N.E. 91st St., conspiracy to commit delivery of a controlled substance – oxycontin.

Randall Scot Fogle, 49, 22106 N.E. 118th Cir., Brush Prairie, 4 months, second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.

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