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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Aaron David Goin, 33, Vancouver, and Emily Elizabeth Brewster-Waters, 30, Vancouver.

Caralyn Christensen, 21, Vancouver, and Cole Dylan Blanchard, 30, Vancouver.

Eduard Viktorovych Usatyi, 27, Vancouver, and Oksana Hinatiuk, 22, Vancouver.

Irene Chavez Romero, 21, Battle Ground, and Luis Angel Degante, 23, Battle Ground.

Jeffery Michael Morrison, 47, Vancouver, and Sarah Abigail Sherman, 44, Vancouver.

Larissa Faye Sweany, 28, Vancouver, and Cody Ethan Haas, 28, Vancouver.

Michael Donald Gutierrez, 42, Camas, and Diana Ruth Fischer, 47, Camas.

Nathan Quint Gegenheimer, 37, Ridgefield, and Sylvia Kierra Jones, 24, Ridgefield.

Tarah Michelle Stoneburner, 30, Vancouver, and Jamie Wayne McNeice, 34, Vancouver.

Terry Lane Hoyt, 63, Vancouver, and Patricia Lynn Caton, 62, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES GRANTED

Aleksandr Kapustyanov and Oksana Petrovna Shved.

Angela and Scott Nordeen.

PETITIONS FILED

Ana B. Maldonado and Faustino Melchor Nava.

Chelsea Joanna and David Randolph Strong Jr.

Emilie Svea and Garry Paul Wyllie.

Eric Jacob and Amanda Jean Martin.

Laura Marie and Brian Douglas Banks.

Nathan Michael and Ashley Taylor Shank.

Roberta Illo and John Jefferey Westwood.

Roselia Yrali Portillo Garcia and Edgar Castorena Davila.

Thomas Davis and Cristina Renee Joudrey.

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

Luis Felipe Valdes Batista, 35, 2845 S.E. 89th Ave., Portland, 2 months, second-degree vehicle theft.

Pedro Hernandez Jr., 44, 900 S.E. Park Crest Ave. Apt D59, 144 months, first-degree robbery.

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