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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Alisen Tresa Rocharde, 70, Vancouver, and Mark Allen Clark, 74, Vancouver.

Avery Elizabeth Wagner, 21, Hillsboro, Ore., and Xavier Marco Peraza, 22, Hillsboro.

Baylee Christian Wright, 24, Ridgefield, and Ryan Christian Dickson Taylor, 25, Ridgefield.

Bennett Grace Glen, 30, Washougal, and Kyle Kenneth Dobbins, 26, Amboy.

Bridgette Lynn Raney, 40, Vancouver, and Levi Jesse Adams, 40, Vancouver.

Christopher James Haynes, 26, Vancouver, and Katherine Lee Ward, 25, Vancouver.

Devona Renee, 49, Vancouver, and Marc Henry Jacobs, 56, Vancouver.

Jimmy Thomas Tuominen, 45, Vancouver, and Rainelle Dawn Lunke, 45, Vancouver.

Justin Robert Hunt, 32, Vancouver, and Kaydi Rose Stewart, 26, Vancouver.

Kali Ann Stump, 27, Washougal, and Justin Wayne Spicer, 34, Washougal.

Katie Sue Moreland, 32, Vancouver, and Casey Justin Grothaus, 39, Vancouver.

Kelly Jean Amundson, 31, Vancouver, and Thomas Ray Netherda, 34, Camas.

Kelsi Rose Maser, 31, Vancouver, and Jacob Ray Woodward, 30, Vancouver.

Giorgi V. Sarishvili, 31, Vancouver, and Kateryna Shliakhova, 35, Vancouver.

Shera Diane Kangas, 18, Battle Ground, and Rodney Joseph Tapani, 18, Battle Ground.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES GRANTED

Brian Frank and Melissa Jeanne Babuka.

Lindsey Jane and Curt Thomas Justice.

Richard Douglas and Carol Christine Speck.

PETITIONS FILED

Ericka Flores Verdin and Alfonso Diaz Ramirez.

Katerina Y. and Mark P. Modnov.

Taylor and Joshua Bagaforo.

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

John Feaster Hooper III, 32, 1180 East Grove St., Vernonia, Ore., 15 days, second-degree vehicle theft.

Maksym Shevchuk, 26, 10809 N.E. 68th Circle, 45 days, second-degree vehicle theft.

Scott Vine Hood, 63, 2900 General Anderson Ave., 108 months, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver – heroin.

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