Marriages, Divorces, DUIs, Courts

2004-01-28T00:00:00Z Marriages, Divorces, DUIs, CourtsBy The Helena IR - 01/28/04 Helena Independent Record
January 28, 2004 12:00 am  • 

For the record


Thomas Knapp Lewis and Shaylee E. O'Connell

Joseph D. Sossman and Kimberly Ann Jones

Ernest A. Buckley and Lisa Kay Murphy

Joseph Gary Huff and Katie Lynn Lunsford


Ken C. and Sue A. Kasper

Frank and Donna Caban

John Richard and Lillian A. Griffin

H. Lynn and Lisa Kay Murphy

Michael William and Jennifer S. Stevens

Marten K. and Cheryl G. Culler

Bryan R. and Judi L. Figgins

Robert K. and Jo B. Johnson

Wesley Graham and Jenne Elizabeth Tavegia

Terry and Sherry L. Myhre

Timothy Joseph and Kathleen Marie Boucher

Curtis E. and Courtney J. Davis

Kevin G. and Nancy L. Herrin

Eric Zorn and Laura Gail Wandel

Dustin Ray and Madeline Anne Woodworth

Judson L. and Dena Renae Brown

Michael David and Teresa Lynn Dye


Donald O. Anderson, 36, East Helena.

David John Wiltrout, 45, Helena.

Amie Tanaya Liestman, 26, Helena.

Joshua Ray Safronoff, 22, Helena.

Christopher Scott Stublick, 30, Helena.

Krista Marie Chaffin, 20, Helena.

Mark Kevin Lanthorn, 51, Helena.

Darren Dean Romano, 37, Helena.

John Gordon Christiansen, 30, Helena.

William Ray Borneman, 52, Helena.

Griffith Edward Hughes, 60, Helena. Second offense.

Royal Lee Richey, 24, Helena. Second offense.

Michelle George, 35, Helena.

Adam Louis Williams, 23, Helena.

Jean B. Gruber, 44, East Helena.

Stacie E. Long, 24, Missoula.

Nicholas James Spano, 27, Helena.

Dennis Warren Haynes, 51, Power.

James Edward Fiedler, 63, East Helena.

Thomas John Doyle, 44, Helena.

Paula Marie Bonogofsky, 34, Clancy.

Kelly John Strandberg, 31, Helena. Second offense.

Anthony James Allen, 23, Helena. Second offense.

Authordow Don Fowler, 43, Great Falls.

Kenneth Dale Caldwell, 55, Helena.


Charles Edward Maphies: Ten years to the Montana Department of Corrections with five years suspended for intimidation. Also, 10 years suspended to the DOC for theft (common scheme). Finally, 10 years to the DOC with five years suspended for burglary (common scheme).

Derek Gene Sherlock: Five years deferred for forgery (common scheme).

Donald J. Campbell: Two years suspended to the Montana Department of Corrections for issuing a bad check (common scheme).

Skyler Lynn Haynes: Six years deferred for burglary.

Joshua Henry Adair: Five years deferred for issuing a bad check (common scheme).

Joshua Lee Kongstvedt: Two years deferred for burglary.

Athena Maree Fisher: Six years deferred for issuing a bad check.

Harold Alston Parker: Ten years suspended to Montana State Prison for criminal endangerment.

William Bernard Aune: Five years deferred for felony partner/family member assault.

Daniel Leon Trimble: Five years suspended to Montana State Prison for deceptive practices (common scheme). Also five years suspended to MSP for theft (common scheme).

Colt Robert Douglas: Five years deferred for accountability (burglary). Also, five years deferred for theft.

Brian Garland Williamson: Thirteen months to the Montana Department of Corrections followed by five years suspended to the DOC for felony DUI.

Kim McNees: Five years suspended to the Montana Department of Corrections for issuing a bad check (common scheme).

Jeffrey J. Lefferdink: Eight years suspended to the Montana Department of Corrections for issuing a bad check (common scheme).

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