Suits Filed

PENDLETON — The following suits have been filed in Umatilla County courts:

•Jefferson Capital Systems LLC vs. Carlos A. Bedolla; seeks $534.07 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Cynthia Torres vs. Ethan Kralman and Mariano Ramos (Ramos Diaz); seeks $131,539 plus costs and fees.

•William J. Bridge dba Bridges Reporting & Legal Video vs. Robert J. Smith; seeks $382.55 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Midland Funding LLC vs. Maxine Heidenrich; seeks $2,648.17 plus interest, costs and fees.

•American Express Bank FSB vs. Clyde Dreger; seeks $6,245.71 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Midland Funding LLC vs. Vanessa Martinez; seeks $1,240.56 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Dickinson Financial LLC vs. Jeffrey Eldrige; seeks $1,473.03 plus interest, costs and fees.

•JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A. vs. Misty D. Hedge and occupants of premises; seeks $54,904.32 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Capital One Bank vs. Sally Carter and Carter Plumbing Inc.; seeks $4,371.19 plus interest, costs and fees.

•National Collegiate Student Loan Trust 2006-3 vs. Michelle Villarreal and Roselle Doolittle; seeks $59,142.37 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Green &?Son’s Agency Inc. dba Outsource Receivables Management Inc. vs. Ryan M. Yates; seeks $1,967.74 plus interest, costs and fees.

Judgments

PENDLETON — The following judgments have been rendered in Umatilla County courts:

•Liberty Acquisitions Servicing vs. Autum Hill; judgment for $764.17 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Liberty Acquisitions Servicing vs. Maria Longoria; judgment for $2,012.61 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Liberty Acquisitions Servicing vs. Randy Neely; judgment for $325.31 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Liberty Acquisitions Servicing vs. Jose Silva Murguia; judgment for $599.23 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Liberty Acquisitions Servicing vs. Kristy Kennedy; judgment for $2,811.73 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Asset Acceptance LLC vs. Lizbeth Rodriguez; judgment for $4,396.65 plus interest, costs and fees.

•OCWEN Loan Servicing LLC vs. Wanda Denise Mize (Houtz, Chandler); judgment for $186,143.56 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Portfolio Recovery Associates vs. Margo A. Dodd; judgment for $3,550.57 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Asset Systems Inc. vs. Verenise Martinez; judgment for $2,661.80 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Jose M. Longoria Sr.; judgment for $8,315.12 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. James A. Tovey; judgment for $3,539.62 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Tiah L. Estabrook; judgment for $9,992.55 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Joseph A. Foster (Munkers); judgment for $3,058.31 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Joseph Rivera and Karina Torres; judgment for $6,091.85 plus interest, costs and fees.

•JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A. vs. Rodney G. and Wilma A. Reynolds; judgment for $106,179.05 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Professional Service Bureau vs. Lisa G. Sanders; judgment for $423.67 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Mary Shirron Garcia vs. Randy Cook; judgment for $6,500 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Collection Bureau of WW Inc. vs. Vicki Collis; judgment for $509.99 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Shawn and Bryan Zimmerman; judgment for $7,949.75 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Eva Arbaiza; judgment for $5,760.51 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Daryl and Amber Hansen; judgment for $3,668.66 plus interest, costs and fees.

•PacWest Factoring LLC vs. Marisol Z. Rivera; judgment for $5,717.81 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Quick Collect Inc. vs. Robert Hussey; judgment for $4,015.59 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Asset Acceptance LLC vs. Donna Dee; judgment for $9,518.27 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Capital One Bank vs. Gregory L. Martin; judgment for $2,081.50 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Cavalry SPV I LLC vs. Jesus J. Solis; judgment for $951.70 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. William L. Venoy; judgment for $3,313.72 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Rachel L. Eagles (Shilhanek); judgment for $3,781.46 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Greg and Elizabeth Dennler; judgment for $6,275.70 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Discover Bank vs. Kaye Romm; judgment for $2,911.14 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Discover Bank vs. Sabrina Buffham; judgment for $10,931.28 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Gemini Capital Group LLC vs. Lloyd Marcum; judgment for $3,006.43 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Midland Funding LLC vs. Stephanie Graham; judgment for $1,102.95 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Midland Funding LLC vs. David Faist; judgment for $1,138.79 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC vs. Martha Ruiz; judgment for $1,102.48 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC vs. James D. Marshall; judgment for $1,931.17 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Quick Collect Inc. vs. Shirley Jo Reinbold; judgment for $857 plus interest, costs and fees.

•The Bluffs Owners Association Inc. vs. William and Barbara Gonzales; judgment for $672.60 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Wells Fargo Bank vs. Jon M. Mitchell; judgment for $62,732.42 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Wells Fargo Bank vs. Gregorio Castaneda; judgment for $76,694.73 plus interest, costs and fees.

•JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A. vs. Clayton A. Gudmundson; judgment for $94,391.36 plus interest, costs and fees.

Sentences

PENDLETON — The following sentences have been imposed in Umatilla County courts:

FELONY

•Kit Michael Jerone Gibson, 36, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine; sentenced to 23 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 3 years post-prison supervision, $440 fine, $60 unitary assessment and $550 attorney fees; pleaded guilty to Felon in Possession of Firearm; sentenced to 18 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 3 years post-prison supervision, $140 fine and $60 unitary assessment.

•Dora Joy Anderson, 67, Ukiah, pleaded guilty to Delivery of Marijuana-considerable; sentenced to 2 years probation, 120 sanction units, 60 maximum jail units, $440 fine and $2,000 fine-suspended, $60 unitary assessment and $948 attorney fees; pleaded guilty to Manufacturing Marijuana; sentenced to $140 fine and $60 unitary assessment.

•Pamela Rae Enders, 62, Stanfield, pleaded guilty to two counts of Theft I; sentenced to 2 years probation, 90 sanction units, 30 maximum jail units, $940 fine and $1,500 fine-suspended, and $60 unitary assessment for each count.

•Shealee Kay Bailey, 25, Umatilla, pleaded guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine; sentenced to 18 months probation, $380 fine and $1,000 fine-suspended, $25 bench probation assessment, $60 unitary assessment, $550 attorney fees and 6 months driver's license suspension.

•Ervin Oliver Golden Jr., 49, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Burglary I; sentenced to 18 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 3 years post-prison supervision, $940 fine, $1,730.88 restitution and $60 unitary assessment; pleaded guilty to Theft of Identity; sentenced to 6 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 1 year post-prison supervision, $140 fine and $60 unitary assessment; pleaded guilty to three counts of Criminal Mischief II and one count of Theft II; sentenced to $40 fine and $60 unitary assessment for each count; pleaded guilty to Felon in Possession of Firearm; sentenced to 10 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, $140 fine and $60 unitary assessment.

•Roger Lee Campbell Sr., 41, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine; sentenced to 18 months probation, 90 sanction units, 30 maximum jail units, $690 fine and $1,750 fine-suspended, $60 unitary assessment, $574 attorney fees and 6 months driver's license suspension.

•Jason Michael Garcia, 39, Omaha, Neb., pleaded guilty to two counts of Sodomy I; sentenced to 100 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 20 years post-prison supervision, $500 Chapter 163 assessment and $166 assessment fees for each count, and $1,250 attorney fees

•Lilia Irene Mendoza, 36, Irrigon, pleaded guilty to three counts of Possession of Methamphetamine; sentenced to 6 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections and 1 year post-prison supervision for each count, $140 fine and $60 unitary assessment (2 counts); pleaded guilty to Giving False Information to Police; sentenced to $40 fine and $60 unitary assessment; pleaded guilty to Delivery of Methamphetamine Within 1,000 feet of a School; sentenced to 23 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 3 years post-prison supervision, $440 fine and $60 unitary assessment; pleaded guilty to a second count of Delivery of Methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a School; sentenced to 48 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 3 years post-prison supervision, $440 fine, $60 unitary assessment and $491 attorney fees;

•Victor Flores Martinez, 35, Boardman, pleaded guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine (commercial); sentenced to 24 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 3 years post-prison supervision, $140 fine, $60 unitary assessment, $491 attorney fees and 6 months driver's license suspension; pleaded guilty to Felon in Possession of Firearm; sentenced to 18 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 2 years post-prison supervision, $140 fine and $60 unitary assessment; pleaded guilty to Tampering with Physical Evidence; sentenced to $40 fine and $60 unitary assessment.

•Daniel Leonard Dechand, 25, Pendleton, pleaded guilty to Attempt to Elude Police-vehicle; sentenced to 18 months probation, 90 sanction units, 30 maximum jail units, $440 fine and $2,500 fine-suspended, $60 unitary assessment and 1 year driver's license suspension; pleaded guilty to Attempt to Elude Police-foot; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 3 years probation, $40 fine and $1,400 fine-suspended, $100 bench probation and $60 unitary assessment.

•Saul Christopher Jacquez, 40, Pendleton, pleaded guilty to Failure to Appear I; sentenced to 2 years probation, 120 sanction units, 60 maximum jail units, $140 fine and $2,800 fine-suspended, and $60 unitary assessment.

•Carrie Lynn Simons, 30, Milton-Freewater, pleaded guilty to Assault IV-domestic violence; sentenced to 3 years probation, 180 sanction units, 90 maximum jail units, 80 hours community service, $940 fine and $60 unitary assessment.

•Michael Jacob Wolfer, 23, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Assault IV-domestic violence; sentenced to 3 years probation, 180 sanction units, 90 maximum jail units, $340 fine and $2,100 fine-suspended, $60 unitary assessment and $574 attorney fees.

MISDEMEANOR

•Terry Lee Cash, 53, Hermiston, was convicted of Contempt of Court-punitive; sentenced to 90 days jail-suspended, 18 months probation, 20 hours community service, $250 fine and $250 fine-suspended.

•Joshua Norman Kelley, 37, Grants Pass, pleaded guilty to Theft II; sentenced to 10 days jail and 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service, $440 fine and $500 fine-suspended, $400 restitution, $100 bench probation assessment, $60 unitary assessment and $200 attorney fees.

•Leah Jeanette Gilpas, 23, Salinas, Calif., pleaded guilty to Assault IV-domestic violence; sentenced to 5 days jail and 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, $240 fine and $1,200 fine-suspended, $100 bench probation assessment and $60 unitary assessment; pleaded guilty to Criminal Mischief II; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, $240 fine and $1,200 fine-suspended, $779.99 restitution and $60 unitary assessment.

•Jeova Gerardo Guzman, 24, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Criminal Trespass I; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service, $240 fine and $1,200 fine-suspended, $100 bench probation assessment, $60 unitary assessment and $356 attorney fees; pleaded guilty to Physical Harassment; sentenced to 2 days jail and 90 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 50 hours community service, $440 fine and $1,000 fine-suspended, $100 bench probation assessment, $60 unitary assessment and $356 attorney fees.

•James Leon Mack, 47, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to DUII; sentenced to 30 days jail and 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 80 hours community service, $935 fine, $255 State obligation, $100 bench probation assessment, $60 unitary assessment, $100 attorney fees and 1 year driver's license suspension; pleaded guilty to Reckless Driving; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service, $140 fine, $60 unitary assessment and 90 days driver's license suspension; pleaded guilty to two counts of Recklessly Endangering Another; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service and 90 days driver's license suspension for each count.

•Darin Michael Biggs, 45, Joseph, pleaded guilty to DUII; sentenced to 30 days jail and 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, $935 fine, $255 State obligation, $100 bench probation assessment, $60 unitary assessment and 1 year driver's license suspension.

•Ernesto Salamanca-Salamanca, 36, Milton-Freewater, pleaded guilty to Use of Invalid License; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service, $690 fine and $1,000 fine-suspended, $100 bench probation assessment, $60 unitary assessment, $340 attorney fees and 1 year driver's license suspension.

Divorces

PENDLETON — Divorce decrees were signed in Umatilla County Courts for:

Jessica V. Wright and Jonathan M. Busch; Linda Irene Manson and John William Manson; Kristin Michelle Martin and Daniel Robert Martin; Rhiannon M. Hart and John C. Hart Jr.; Joyce Rondi Duval and Dean Edmond Powers; Michael Kermit Ramey and Sheryll Ann Ramey.

Marriages

PENDLETON — Marriage licenses have been registered in Umatilla County for:

Philip John Marquardt, 53, and Beth Ann Marquardt, 51, both of Pendleton.

Adrian Matias Ramos, 33, and Elva Leticia Muniz, 38, both of Umatilla.

Lyle Glenn Fletcher, 61, and Karaleen Laws Fletcher, 44, both of Walla Walla.

Randy Romero, 21, and Araceli Ibarra Garcia, 20, both of Milton-Freewater.

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