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John Powers, of All American Construction in Coeur d’Alene, reported Wednesday the $377 theft of balusters and a mailbox from a construction site on the 6000 block of S. Sleepy Mountain Trail in Coeur d’Alene.

Cecil Fowler, of Post Falls, reported Wednesday $350 damage to the front door of his residence on the 9800 block of W. Prairie Ave. in Post Falls.

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Criminal sentencings

Judge James Stowe

Jay A. Brown, 47, Coeur d’Alene; driving under the influence (second offense); $2,000 fine ($1,500 suspended), 365 days in jail (323 days suspended) or 80 hours county work program, 365 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Civil complaints

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Melissa Washburn, plaintiff seeking $3,902.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Steven Serrell and Suzanne Serrell, plaintiff seeking $1,674.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Theresa Ridenour, plaintiff seeking $4,341.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Chad Robertson and Sara Robertson, plaintiff seeking $41,691.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. John Reems and Wendy Reems, plaintiff seeking $3,809.

Ford Motor Credit Co. LLC v. McKenna Everett, plaintiff seeking $2,537.

Ford Motor Credit Co. LLC v. Nicholas McNosky, plaintiff seeking $8,446.

Ford Motor Credit Co. LLC v. Christopher Gilliland, plaintiff seeking $17,841.

Capital One Bank v. Tina Flores, plaintiff seeking $1,994.

Jon Gilbert and Corynn Gilbert v. Trugreen Companies LLC, plaintiff seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Scott Carter and Shane Heick v. Aaron Gardner and Janell Gardner, plaintiff seeking $21,339.

Collection Bureau Inc. v. Chris Schatz, plaintiff seeking $26,780.

Howard LaRose v. Custom Sprinklers Landscaping, plaintiff seeking $2,605.

Errold Asbury v. Kootenai Truck and Auto Repair Inc., plaintiff seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

MST Financial Services Inc. v. William Finch, plaintiff seeking $1,113.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Timothy Wright, plaintiff seeking $5,268.

State of Idaho Industrial Commission v. Richard Rosanova dba The Coeur d’Alene Candy Co., plaintiff seeking $2,275.

Donald Houk v. Kenneth Anderson, plaintiff seeking $2,559.

Holy Family Catholic School v. George Ullrich dba Innercept LLC, plaintiff seeking $1,780.

Ronald Watson v. Wells Fargo National Bank, plaintiff seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

ACS Inc. of Idaho v. Douglas Dross, plaintiff seeking $5,474.

Niles Audio Corp. v. David Lepard and Corey Lepard and 3D Inc. dba Steinley’s, plaintiff seeking $7,631.

Civil judgments

ACS Inc. of Idaho v. Cindy Sherman, plaintiff awarded $1,032.

ACS Inc. of Idaho v. Mycual Fisher, plaintiff awarded $2,909.

Steel Structures of America Inc. v. Daniel Gregg and Pamela Gregg, plaintiff awarded $3,840.

JHM Investments Inc. v. Baby Cottage LLC, plaintiff awarded $86,063.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Kelli Hancock, plaintiff awarded $1,189.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Lonnie Stocker and Cheryl Stocker, plaintiff awarded $4,995.

Divorces sought

Camille L. Volking from David P. Volking Jr.

Barbara A. Haugen from David N. Haugen.

Divorces granted

Joey R. Armstrong Bever from Dwayne E. Bever Jr.

Janet L. Smith from Marvin B. Smith.

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