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Coeur d’Alene Police

Robert Gillham reported Tuesday $700 damage to a parts car parked in the 1300 block of Best Ave. Someone broke all the glass and dented the car.

David Zimmerman, Post Falls, reported Monday the $2,705 theft of a computer system from Coeur d’Alene Builders Supply Inc., 655 Clayton Ave.

Jill Parker reported the $10,025 theft of jewelry from an apartment in the 500 block of Garden.

Kim Gittel, owner of Fourth St. Ale House, 1320 N. Fourth St., reported the $1,250 theft of cash from the business Tuesday.

Kootenai County Sheriff

Robert Templin reported Tuesday $1,000 damage to his property near Worley. Someone cut trees down and kicked his door.

Dan Sheldon reported Monday $1,700 damage to the water tank on the west side of Royal Highlands, near Post Falls. Someone sprayed graffiti on the tank after cutting the fence that surrounds it.

Bonner County Sheriff

James Christie, Oldtown, reported Monday the $750 theft of a leather jacket and a .22 pistol.

Gary Bailey, Oldtown, reported Monday the $2,000 theft of miscellaneous items from his home.

NEWS OF RECORD

Bonner County

Civil judgments

Sandpoint Credit Bureau vs. Dennis Taylor and Mary Taylor, dba BACKTEC, awarded of $468.

Sandpoint Credit Bureau vs. Bryan Abey and Julie Abey, award of $471.

Marriage licenses

Ernest Popejoy and Lorna Karst, both of Dover.

Thomas Stonies, Coeur d’Alene, and Cherie Katchka, Ponderay.

Jason Boesl, Sandpoint, and Lori Turner, Sagle.

Stacey Randalph and Mary Nixon, both of Sandpoint.

Boyd Lingerfelt, Sandpoint, and Imogene Walker, Easy Palatka, Fla.

Tony Kuchering and Dawn Hartman, both of Sandpoint.

Divorces Sought

Lonnie Ekstrom from Lynda Ekstrom.

Ronald Carey from Kathleen Carey.

Michael Lacey from Laurie Lacey.

Divorces granted

Randolph Wood from Sondra Wood.

Russell Barkes from Kathleen Barkes.

Shoshone County

Civil judgments

Action Collection Services Inc. vs. Patrick and Lori Bitterle, award of $760.

Divorces granted

Vicki Lange from James Lange.

Kootenai County

Civil complaints

Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co. vs. Laura Schettler and Ronald Hoye, seeking an amount to be proven in trial.

Darlene Gardner vs. Sears Roebuck and Co., seeking $3,000.

Births/Kootenai Medical Center

Christine and Douglas Davis, Hayden, parents of Ashlee, born Dec. 26.

Amber King and Kelo Smoke, Coeur d’Alene, parents of Kember Joslin, born Jan. 13.

Carrie Bassett and Troy Warner, Hayden Lake, parents of Kyra Rose Warner, born Jan. 10.

Carrie and Pete Wilkening, Spokane, parents of Laiken Reann, born Jan. 4.

LuAnn and Todd Townsend, Hayden, parents of Easton Taylor, born Jan. 14.

Penny Hills and Clint Scott, St. Maries, parents of Leslie Rose, born Jan. 16.

Diana and Donald Olson Jr., Post Falls, parents of Dylan Henley, born Jan. 10.

Janet and Marcus Curry, no address, parents of Ryan Jay, born Jan. 20.

Jennifer Merkley and John Hastings, Newport, Wash., parents of Jessica Nicole Hastings, born Jan. 20.

Laurie and Michael Regan, Hayden, parents of Andrew Michael, born Jan. 21.

Karen and Andrew Ball, Osburn, parents of Zoe Elana, born Jan. 20.

Charlynn and Randy Varnell, Coeur d’Alene, parents of Jessica Kylie, born Jan. 18.

K. Ranee and Larry Woodall, Coeur d’Alene, parents of Shelby Earin, born Jan. 18.

Vicki Isakson, Coeur d’Alene, parent of Austin Jon, born Jan. 19.

Antonia and Manuel Madrid, Coeur d’Alene, parents of Jonathan Emanuel, born Jan. 25.

Marriage licenses

Bert Postlethwaite and Patricia Tuggle, both of Post Falls.

David Tracey and Mony Desimone, both of Tensed.

Anthony Noto, Kellogg, and Rebekah Storey, Cataldo.

Divorces sought

Dustine Archer from Charles Archer.

Robin Hensley from James Hensley.

James Troutman from Rowena Troutman.

Teresa Zahn from Joe Zahn.


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