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Nov. 29, 2023

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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Ann Elizabeth Nagel, 54, Vancouver, and Orm Aric Miller, 53, Vancouver.

Brandon Ray Ingram, 26, Vancouver, and Helena Ann Pappas, 28, Vancouver.

Cynthia Jasmin Martinez-Morales, 28, Vancouver, and Jorge Aguilar Dominguez, 30, Fairview, Ore.

Heaven Ashley Hannum, 29, Vancouver, and Hector Luis Rivera Jr., 56, Vancouver.

Helen Ashley Hoff, 30, Battle Ground, and James Robert Pepper, 31, Portland.

Stephanie Lynn Adams, 34, Vancouver, and Son Thai Nguyen, 33, Vancouver.

Tyler John Sprietsma, 24, Vancouver, and Tram Thi Minh Pham, 22, Shoreline.

Marriage Dissolutions


Carrie Leslie and Nathan Douglas Prather.

Jorge Zamora and Kenia Elguea-Zarate.

Oliver Cuevas and Joann Wright.

Sara Kathleen and Derek C. Noble.

Severn Dean and Eve Mikhaila Durand.

Suzanne Carol and Edward Joseph Kearney.

Teresa Aquino Diaz and Rey Ramon Lopez.

Viridiana Aparicio Navarro and Hector Alejandro Campos Ramirez.

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.


Anthony C. Osborne, 32, no address listed, 100 days, second-degree theft.

Drew Hayden Courtright, 24, no address listed, 17 days, second-degree vehicle theft.

Edward Bancke, 76, 16500 S.E. 1st St. Unit 69, 110 months, first-degree child molestation.

Micah Alexander Merfeld, 28, no address listed, 366 days, second-degree theft – wrongfully obtained $750 – $5,000.

Rodney Larry Nichols, 67, 4617 N.E. St. Johns Road Unit K135, 318 months, first-degree rape of a child and first-degree child molestation.

Tyler Matthew Buddy Murry, 20, 3011 N.E. 48th St., 34 months, second-degree possession of sexually explicit depictions of a minor.

William Jiles Johnson III, 41, 2600 T St. Unit 60, 30 days, first-degree criminal impersonation.

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