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POLICE BLOTTER

Kootenai County Sheriff

Timothy Messner reported Wednesday the $367 theft of an arc welder. The welder had been left with someone in the 2100 block of Gateway Road and attempts to get it back have been unsuccessful.

Coeur d’Alene Police

Earl Koester reported Wednesday $700 damage done to his ‘86 Plymouth station wagon when someone pushed it across St. Vincent DePaul’s parking lot with their vehicle.

Michael Spurgeon reported the $350 theft of cash from his wallet sometime during the evening of Jan. 5, while he was at one of several locations in Coeur d’Alene.

Brenda King reported Wednesday the $400 theft of a pair of cowboy boots and 18 to 20 country music cassettes from her travel trailer parked in the 300 block of S. 17th St.

David Gray reported Wednesday for Cablevision, 108 Indiana Ave., the $1,440 theft of services by a homeowner in the 100 block of Indiana Ave.

Earl Ward reported Dec. 31 the $79,124 theft of household items including clocks, a stereo, a TV and a VCR from a trailer parked in the 3800 block of Belmont sometime between September and December.

Shoshone County Sheriff

A Kootenai County Sheriff’s ‘93 Ford van received $1,200 damage Thursday morning when it slid and struck the guardrail twice near Cataldo on I-90, officers said. There were no injuries.

NEWS OF RECORD

Bonner County

Criminal sentencings

Judge Quentin Hardin

Devan Ruel, 34, Sandpoint; failure to purchase driver’s license; 30 days in jail (25 days suspended), two years probation.

Judge Barbara Buchanan

Francine Jones, 47, Ponderay; reckless driving; $198 fine, 10 days in jail (eight days suspended), two years probation.

Frederick Bartlett, 50, Priest River; driving under the influence; $683 fine ($500 suspended), 180 days in jail (150 days suspended); two years probation.

Frank Neri, 55, Kootenai; driving without privileges; $433 fine ($300 suspended), 90 days in jail (71 days suspended), two years probation.

James Davis, 35, Chicago, Ill.; driving under the influence; $433 fine, 10 days in jail (nine days suspended), two years probation.

Civil complaints

Hospitality Specialists Inc. vs. Ray and Jane Doe South dba Eagles Nest Motel, seeking $12,318.

Marion Chaffin vs. John Lowery, seeking $1,850.

John Francois vs. Don Malone, seeking an amount to be proven at trial.

Divorces sought

Jack Ridley from Janet Ridley.

Shoshone County

Civil complaints

Coeur d’Alene Credit Bureau Inc. vs. Laura Rhodes, seeking $2,235.

Coeur d’Alene Credit Bureau Inc. vs. Jamie and Carie Waldvogel, seeking $530.

Civil dismissals

Credit Bureau of Shoshone County Inc. vs. David Brown.

Births/Shoshone Medical Center

Katie James and Shane Waechter, Kingston, parents of Shayna Danielle Waechter, born Jan. 6.

Amanda and Ross Eastbrooks, Pinehurst, parents of Anne Nicole, born Jan. 11.

Divorces sought

Sami Gilman from Mitch Gilman.

Kootenai County

Civil judgments

Coeur d’Alene Credit Bureau Inc. vs. Gary and Lori Ferguson, award of $1,050.

Idaho Health and Welfare Department vs. William Rogers, award of $4,237.

Marriage licenses

Donald Kaelin, Spokane, and Charlynn Dickson, Coeur d’Alene.

Chauncey Buffington, St. Maries, and Ila Darden, Bayview.

Michael Larse and Lynn Warford, both of Kellogg.

Kent McCommas and Tonya Hamann, both of Sandpoint.

Thomas Wuest and Janene Waters, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Michael Hill and Patricia Odekirk, both of St. Maries.

Ronald Goodrich and Betty Adams, both of Bonners Ferry.

Kenton Flodman and Tonya Lenz, both of Hayden Lake.

Rick Voss and Janet Greer, both of Harrison.

Henry Taylor and Ann Remedios Estaniel, both of Hayden.

Davolyn Stalder, Blackfoot, and Jodie Zimmerman, American Falls.

Raymond Gleason and Darlene Gleason, both of St. Maries.

Brian Burghardt and Christine Frame, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Jason Kesler and Kelly Cenkner, both of Moscow.


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