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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Alonzo Lee Joseph Colbert, 32, Vancouver, and Alexis Maria Sauceda, 20, Vancouver.

Alyssa Rose Michelle Best, 30, Vancouver, and Joseph Scott Ward, 26, Vancouver.

Brianna Elaine Marie Stockdale, 33, Vancouver, and Rui Katayama Larson, 30, Vancouver.

Emily Alexis West, 21, Washougal, and Zackery Liangelo Ryan Morales, 23, Washougal.

Kenya Linda Ervin, 26, Vancouver, and Luke Alan Thomas, 25, Vancouver.

Lauren Elizabeth White, 29, Vancouver, and Gavin Hunt Epperson, 29, Vancouver.

Maria Guadalupe Vazquez-Laguna, 23, Vancouver, and Jessica Lynn Parker, 36, Vancouver.

Michael Lee Raymond, 78, Vancouver, and Dorothy Jean Hauser, 77, Vancouver.

Nicole Andrea Hofschneider Aguon, 31, Vancouver, and Benjamin Riley McCarver, 33, Vancouver.

Nicole Danee Murray, 39, Battle Ground, and Adam Gary Pomeroy, 40, Battle Ground.

Rhyon Vincent Stresing, 32, Vancouver, and Katie Lynn Shaw, 26, Vancouver.

Seth Glen Allen Steelsmith, 31, Vancouver, and Cherokee Raven Nikas, 30, Vancouver.

Shane Christopher Boyle, 36, Vancouver, and Kylie Monique Wascher, 32, Vancouver.

Sky Alexander Cumlander-Duman, 29, Vancouver, and Tessa Marie Hochhalter, 28, Vancouver.

Stanley Louis Arigotti, 58, Portland, and Monika Christine Gold, 57, Portland.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES OF LEGAL SEPARATION

Stacy Diane and Mark David Johnson.

DECREES GRANTED

Alison and Michael Day. Petitioner’s name changed to Alison Colquitt MacPherson.

Billie and Leslie Earl Voshell.

Dorin and Eveline Nicorici.

Erica Louise Nevin and Damon Behr James Nevin.

Hosuk Oh and Jullie Eunhee Ji.

Julia Ann and Olusola O. Olagundoye. Petitioner’s name changed to Julia Ann McHugh.

Katie Kalue-Walker and Jason William Walker. Petitioner’s name changed to Katie Melissa Kalikolehua Kalua.

Katie Marie and William S. Russell.

Nicole Rose and Robert Daniel Walters. Petitioner’s name changed to Nicole Rose Buhr.

Nishanth Thimmegowda and McKenzie A. Staunton.

Sarahi and Jose Omar Calderon. Petitioner’s name changed to Sarahi Aguime.

Shirley Maria Westin-Rooney and Donald Robert Rooney. Petitioner’s name changed to Shirley Maria Westin.

Zoe E. Thompson and Travis Duprey.

PETITIONS FILED

Abigail and Eric Ebert.

Christian Adrian Ramos Cruz and Omar Cruz Ramos.

Christopher Robert and Jessica Ann Holland.

Kathy and Deborah Blas.

Lori Ann Jean Sandoval-Collins and Danny Franklin Collins.

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.

SUPERIOR

Bradley Stephen Walcott, 54, 12200 N.E. Highway 99 Apt. 21, 20 days which may be served on work crew, failure to register as a sex offender.

Calvin S. Davis, 26, 2201 Grand St., 60 days, harassment – death threats.

Darrell Mark Short, 64, 208 East Clark St., Yacolt, 3 months which may be partially served on work crew, second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.

Jacob Nicholas Obritschkewitsch, 22, 1902 S.E. 161st Ave., Portland, 5 months, second-degree assault (domestic violence).

Julian Thomas Grill, 37, no address listed, 18 days, second-degree malicious mischief.

Matthew Israel Tovar, 23, 2717 N.E. Stapleton Road Apt. C, 9 months, second-degree assault with second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.

Sean Patrick Ramsdell, 39, 4109 N.W. Maple St., 60 days which may be served on work crew, conspiracy to commit possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver – heroin.

Shakur Elliott Christ, 22, 3504 Olive St., 22 months, felony domestic violence.

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