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Idaho records 07-09-11

Police blotter

Kootenai County sheriff

Janel Davis, employee of Sylvan House, reported Thursday the $300 theft of cash from a residence at the facility at 660 W. Honeysuckle Ave. in Hayden.

Cynthia Paola, employee of Alcorn’s RV and Marine, reported Tuesday the $600 theft of four tires and wheels from a pickup parked at the business at 6955 W. Seltice Way.

Donald Seiveno, Athol, reported Wednesday the $2,499 theft of a computer from his home on the 8000 block of East Apache Trail.

Robert Vernon, Hayden, reported Wednesday the $2,455 theft of a wakeboard, speaker, kayak, water tube and Xbox gaming system from his home on the 13000 block of North Taylor’s Terrace Road.

News of record

Criminal sentencings

Judge John Luster

Anthony P. Russo, 39, Coeur d’Alene; driving without privileges (third offense); 30 days in jail (credited), one year driver’s license suspension.

Steven R. Collins, 29, Post Falls; Count I: battery; $50 fine, 30 days in jail (credited). Count II: resisting/obstructing officers; $50 fine, 30 days in jail (credited).

Judge Clark Peterson

Cynthia M. Webb, 51, Coeur d’Alene; driving under the influence; $800 fine, 180 days in jail (178 days suspended) or 16 hours county work program, five days unscheduled jail time, 90 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

John C. Marlin, 19, Hayden; invalid driver’s license; $200 fine, five days in jail or 40 hours county work program, five days unscheduled jail time.

Civil complaints

Cavalry Portfolio Services LLC, Riverwalk Holdings Limited and Washington Mutual Bank v. Bob Kofalk, seeking $1,901.

Capital One Bank v. Brittany Downing, seeking $1,233.

Fast Idaho Credit Union v. Sean Dawson, seeking $2,065.

Citibank v. Donna Smathers, seeking $8,765.

Citibank v. Elaina Parent, seeking $2,624.

Citibank v. Vicki McEnany, seeking $2,367.

Citibank v. Jamie Tesky, seeking $6,776.

Citibank v. Carol Shopbell, seeking $4,851.

Capital One Bank v. Shawna Baker, seeking $5,579.

Capital One Bank v. Mavis Fischer, seeking $1,239.

Capital One Bank v. Dan Cooley, seeking $2,899.

Capital One Bank v. James Crain, seeking $2,161.

Capital One Bank v. Janyce Teater, seeking $6,692.

Jennifer Hunsaker v. Benjamin O’Dell, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Loch Haven Hills Phase III Homeowners Association Inc. v. James Freeman and Dawn Freeman, seeking $2,650.

Gary Hebener v. Craig Aurora, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Citibank v. Michael Lewis, seeking $12,701.

Citibank v. Delia Coulombe, seeking $6,012.

Civil judgments

Barbara Duzet v. Anthony Eagans, plaintiff awarded $1,491.

Twin Lakes Village Property Association Inc. v. Michael and Kathy Fritz, plaintiff awarded $10,521.

Peterson Enterprises Inc. v. James Danley and Jennifer Danely, plaintiff awarded $1,527.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Desiray Nagrone, plaintiff awarded $1,530.

Divorces sought

Larry L. Huff from Stacey A. Huff.

April A. Morgan from Robert L. Morgan.

Cynthia R. Moore from Clare A. Moore.

Divorces granted

Amanda J. Fielder from Kenneth W. Fielder Jr.

Clark R. Peterson from Michele L. Peterson.


Filings from June 17-20.

Chapter 7 (liquidation petitions)

Ryan Collingwood, Post Falls, debts of $55,756.

Mikele O. Storholt, St. Maries, debts of $57,377.

Jeffrey S. Cleveland, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $175,629.

Walter K. Vandaveer, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $362,605.

Bryan M. Sarad, Hayden, debts of $188,224.

David J. and Sheila M. Stilson, aka Sheila Mello, Rathdrum, debts of $24,826.

Valarie J. Atwell, Kellogg, debts of $153,122.

Chloe E. Derr, Post Falls, debts of $18,051.

Darrin J. Campbell, Priest River, debts of $41,491.

Calvin N. and Cheryl M. Smith, Priest River, debts of $311,507.

Kalen T. and Saundra L. Scarlett, aka Saundra L. Mayer, Bonners Ferry, debts of $169,178.

Chapter 13 (wage-earner petitions)

Bridgette M. Oxenrider, Hayden, debts unspecified.

Dawson L. King, Sagle, debts unspecified.

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