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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Cindy Lynn Sargeant, 46, Battle Ground, and Jay Dean Nelson, 46, Battle Ground.

Grace Louise Wilcox, 25, Beaverton, Ore., and Stephen Queckachukwtl Nnobue, 27, Beaverton.

Jacob Ryan Lyle, 22, Vancouver, and McKenna Michelle Turner, 20, Vancouver.

Jordan Tyler Andersen, 22, Battle Ground, and Ashlynn Faye Campbell, 20, Battle Ground.

Josie Amber Scruggs, 27, Oakland, Calif., and Matthew O’Reilly Clark, 27, Oakland.

Katiana Allise Hatton, 29, Portland, and Katherine Lauren Gottuk, 26, Portland.

Kevin Yee-Wah Tang, 31, Vancouver, and Akari Christine Baba, 24, Vancouver.

Matlene Rae Martin, 23, Vancouver, and Benjamin Robert Couch, 23, Vancouver.

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

Nancy Lynn Bowser, 63, Portland, and Charles Richard Huston, 80, Portland.

Rachel Michelle Durant, 32, Vancouver, and Steven Nicholas Blackburn, 37, Vancouver.

Tamara Lee Clark, 53, Vancouver, and Peter Ruediger Kraus, 61, Kelso.

Wade Brian Stewart, 44, Battle Ground, and Alessandra Regina de Oliveira, 41, Battle Ground.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES OF LEGAL SEPARATION

April Dawn Sheridan and Anthony George Golden.

DECREES GRANTED

Steven Blaine and Beverly Ann Reider.

PETITIONS FILED

Galen Jay and Barbara Lou Wells.

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

Amanda Lynn Pulver, 25, no address listed, 50 months, second-degree assault.

Brian Michael Miller, 35, 1715 S.E. Ninth Ave., Camas, 87 months, possession of a stolen vehicle.

Nichole Kay Miller, 43, 7112 N.E. 57th St., 90 days which may be served on work crew, conspiracy to commit delivery of a controlled substance – heroin.

William Matthew Helkenn III, 44, 6419 N.E. 112th St., 180 months, first-degree child molestation.

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