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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Adriane Marie Little Tuttle, 39, Astoria, Ore., and James Douglas Fix, 51, Portland.

Arthur A. Kulchitskiy, 21, Woodland, and Sophia L. Prantsevich, 18, Vancouver.

Dania Kina Rescue, 39, Vancouver, and J.M. Otto, 40, Vancouver.

Hannah Gtennell Fletcher, 20, Boise, Idaho, and Zachary Grayson Walters, 21, Boise.

Hayley Marie Wakefield, 24, Vancouver, and Logan Daniel Terry, 25, Vancouver.

Isaac Daniel Campbell, 40, Vancouver, and Amber Marie Corsen, 38, Vancouver.

Jordan Eric Grecnhut, 26, Vancouver, and Nicole Ann Marie Rodriguez, 23, Vancouver.

Joseph Edwin Petit, 28, Battle Ground, and Mia Lynnae Botta, 27, Battle Ground.

Juan Manuel Verduzco Chavez, 32, Somerville, Mass., and Christina Montanez Estrada, 38, Somerville.

Julia Anna Polikaprov, 22, Vancouver, and David Veniamin Melgotchenko, 31, Vancouver.

Lindsey Nicole Miles, 22, Amboy, and Matthew Douglas Brown, 24, Amboy.

Micheal John Akin, 45, Yacolt, and Melissa Lorrainne Anderson, 44,

Ruben Igor Sanduleac, 28, Brush Prairie, and Emilina Codreanu, 18, Vancouver.

Shiela Ann Engel, 51, White City, Ore., and William David Barber Jr., 59, White City.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES GRANTED

Douglas and Marsha Kempf.

Edgar Samuel Gonzalez-Gomez and Mirna Bernice Ortiz Salas.

Emilee Brooke and Alexander Dean Kent.

Kevin Jerome and Danica Star Bartness.

Nicholas Cutler and Misty Lee Alegria.

PETITIONS FILED

Elaina Anne and Nicholas C. Bundy.

Natalya and Oleg Vasilchuk.

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

Julius Lamar Hill, 43, 2426 N.E. 113th Court, 60 months, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver – fentanyl.

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