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Vital Statistics

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Marriage Licenses

Alison Tierney Smith, 40, Portland, and Kristopher Cody Mahdak, 36, Portland.

Audrey MarieAnnette Griffin, 33, Tumwater, and Ypyskypo Skwyel, 33, Portland.

Erika Ann Hayes, 42, Vancouver, and Clayton Todd Daffron, 42, Vancouver.

Fiona Rachael Wimber, 26, Vancouver, and Spenser John Lincoln, 29, Lahaina, Hawaii.

Hannah McCauley Dillinger, 23, Vancouver, and Joshua Leland Eiseman, 26, Woodland.

Jewelle Elizabeth Stancliffe, 23, Castle Rock, and Shawn Ernest Moore, 25, Castle Rock.

Mathew David Durk, 38, Vancouver, and Tiffany Danielle Sickler, 35, Vancouver.

Michael Charles McKinney, 68, Camas, and Tamara Seasholtz, 61, Camas.

Robert Marion Sale, 29, Vancouver, and Danielle Ashlee Chess, 24, Vancouver.

Steven Samuel Arellano, 27, Vancouver, and Alejandra Reyes, 26, Vancouver.

Tyler Scott Allen, 24, Vancouver, and Bayley Marie Jensen, 24, Vancouver.

Yuliya Voloshko, 36, Vancouver, and Ihor Pecheniuk, 31, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES OF LEGAL SEPARATION

Danielle Leigh Azevedo and Michael Sean Penny.

DECREES GRANTED

Benjamin C. and Kelly M. Ehrich. Respondent’s name changed to Kelly Michelle Phillips.

Catherine Kay Matthews and Pedro Alejandro Orellana.

Cristina Arizmendi and Jose Luis Arizmendi Vazquez. Petitioner’s name changed to Cristina Alvarez Lopez.

Daniel William and Roberta Lee McKenney.

Hong Thi Vo and Xinh Van Ta.

Janelle Colleen Dacus and Vanessa Abigail Hawkins.

Jessica Lanae and Robert Michael Mendez.

Jordan and Kimberly Stanton. Respondent’s name changed to Kimberly Doretha Miotke.

Kevin Jerome and Danica Star Bartness.

Kevin Wayne and Kimberly Kaye Hill.

Leanna Elizabeth and Michael J. Collins.

Gregory S. and Trudie A. Peck.

Rachel Brooke and Daniel D. Burch. Petitioner’s name changed to Rachel Magnolia Brooke.

Tamara Louise and Randal William Miller. Petitioner’s name changed to Tamara Louise Wellington.

Thi Anh Thu Nguyen and Ba Tuan Ta.

PETITIONS FILED

Chelsie Dianne and Matthew William Johnston.

Elizabeth Kay and Michael W.P. Forsyth.

Hope Shanteyl and Dalton Roy Fairbanks.

Jodie Jean Both and Joseph Neil Prater.

Lalegna C. Brooks and Jack C. Jackson.

Madeleine Marie Starks and Kellan Christopher Mekkers.

Sean Eric Paul and Brenna Colleen Legry.

Suzanna R. and Martin H. Tilford.

Taylor Ann Maxson and Hunter Thomas Clift.

PETITIONS OF LEGAL SEPARATION

Michael Thomas and Meredith Distante.

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

David Evan Hamilton, 41, 1609 East Sixth St., 9 months which may be partially served on work crew, hit and run.

Devon Ray Hemenway, 43, 3700 East X St. Apt 54, 51 months, third-degree assault – domestic violence.

Diego Imul, 39, 2503 N.E. 163rd Court, 3 months, second-degree possession of sexually explicit depictions of a minor.

Ignacio Ayala Prado, 26, 11515 N.E. 71st St. Apt. 58 and 2710 Unander Ave. Apt. 23, 47 days, second-degree possession of stolen property.

James A. Perez, 24, 4601 East 18th St. Apt. 25 and 2117 Carlson Road Ap.t B, 7 months, third-degree assault – domestic violence.

Jeremiah Jae Thomas, 26, 7615 N.E. Aquilla Court, 22 months, possession of a stolen vehicle.

Johnny Franco Garcia, 31, 11614 N.E. 49th St. Apt. A4, 38.25 months, second-degree attempted burglary – domestic violence.

Kevin M. Connolly, 22, no address listed, 60 months, first-degree possession of sexually explicit depictions of a minor.

Modesty Leann Romero, 52, 1351 Lincoln Ave. Apt. 101, 60 days, third-degree assault – domestic violence.

Travis W. Saban, 48, 11806 N.E. 122nd Ave. Apt. H72, 4 months, first-degree theft.

Yuriy V. Kachankov, 32, 617 S.E. 10th St., Battle Ground, 60 days which may be partly served on work crew, third-degree assault.

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