Kootenai County sheriff
James Litalien, Dalton Gardens, reported Thursday the $1,100 theft of hunting gear and a pistol from his 2010 GMC Sierra pickup at his home on the 7600 block of North Colfax Street.
Christie Wallace, Dalton Gardens, reported Thursday the $400 theft of an iPod and video game from her 1994 Ford Explorer parked at her home on the 5700 block of North Mount Carroll Street.
News of Record
Judge Don Swanstrom
Randy W. Hausinger, 48, Coeur d’Alene; disturbing the peace; 15 days in jail.
Civil com plaints
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Gregory and Jessica Stephens, seeking $2,786.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Shawn Beveridge, aka Shaun Beveridge, seeking $2,078.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Ashley and Richard Clark Jr., dba Import Pros, seeking $3,425.
SL Start & Associates Inc. and State Insurance Fund v. Barbara Guillet and Joseph Mein, plaintiff awarded $15,000.
Gabriel A. Pepperd, of Matanuska Susitna, Alaska, and April J. Griffin, of Post Falls.
Christian N. Buquet, of Hayden, and Taylor R. Hall, of Coeur d’Alene.
Jacob R. Harrelson and Tausha L. Ray, both of Hayden.
Ladd R. W. Serwat III, of Rathdrum, and Carley J. Brown, of Coeur d’Alene.
Larry D. Skogen and Claudia P. Laskey, both of Harrison.
Shane A. Leathers and Samantha M. Couch, both of Post Falls.
Michael J. Leos, of Fort Campbell, Ky., and Megan L. Carrillo, of Coeur d’Alene.
Zachary C. Flanigan, of Otis Orchards, and Natasha B. Tarpley, of Post Falls.
Gabriel D. Komanec, of Clark Fork, Idaho, and Kari S. Felch, of Heron, Mont.
Geffrey W. Thompson and Patricia L. Williams, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Jonathan M. Schreindl, of Moscow, Idaho, and Tiara M. Smith, of Coeur d’Alene.
Matthew B. Huggard and Kelli E. Stout, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Steven H. Kane and Cindy M. Marosok, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Stephen P. Davidson and Jennifer M. Kane, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Kevin L. Tomlinson, of Post Falls, and Tiffany M. Cramer, of Coeur d’Alene.
Douglas W. Russell Jr. and Tami C. Bowlby, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Joseph A. Holland and Cassandra M. Weller, both of Post Falls.
Russell D. Haux and May Defranco, both of Post Falls.
Jeremiah J. Andrews, of Coeur d’Alene, and Damaris A. Depue, of Post Falls.
Aaron T. Cain, of Spirit Lake, and Kera D. Schultz, of Spokane Valley.
Christopher A. Bisel and Sheena M. Lohr, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Randall W. Helton and Jeannie M. Jones, both of Hauser Lake.
Joshua M. Capron and Michelle L. E. Vigil, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Ryan P. Tweedy and Morgan Seely, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Cody W. Pate and Kimberly R. Melena, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Nathanael L. Schierman and Bethany J. Webster, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Kristopher M. Lawhead, of Dalton Gardens, and Alison M. Baker, of Hayden Lake.
Andrew R. Ringhand and Angela F. Herbig, both of Careywood.
Wayne F. Newby and Brigette K. Hendry, both of Rathdrum.
Richard T. Palmer and Evelynn A. Johnston, both of Hayden.
Bryce M. Humphrey and Marissa A. Kurylo, both of Priest River.
Tyler J. Greene, of Otis Orchards, and Amy E. Norton, of Coeur d’Alene.
William B. Kesner and Linda Lou Brech, both of Priest River.
Kyle M. Prewitt and Rayia E. Mendoza, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Matthew G. Scott and Jamie L. Symons, both of Sagle.
Jeremy G. English and Crystal L. Dane, both of Rathdrum.
Lindsay S. M. Gorton from Judson W. Gorton.
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