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Catherine Schearer reported Thursday $300 damage to the rear window of a 2007 Chevrolet Suburban parked at The Spokesman-Review Building, 608 Northwest Blvd.

Kootenai County sheriff

Theresa Morales, employee of Eddie’s Bar and Grill, reported Sunday $500 damage to dock lights at the restaurant at 4496 S. Arrow Point Drive near Harrison.

Stanley Wacholz, Hayden, reported Wednesday $450 damage to a door and the $15,822 theft of cash and jewelry from his home on the 5700 block of East Dodd Road.

Thomas Powell, Hauser Lake, reported Wednesday the $440 theft of a battery, hitch and propane tank from his 2007 trailer parked on the 1700 block of East 16th Avenue in Post Falls.

Kristi Gorton, Hayden, reported Wednesday $300 damage to a window of her 1995 Acura Integra parked at her home on the 10000 block of North Camp Court

Marsha Meadows, Hayden, reported Tuesday the $2,450 theft of jewelry from her home on the 10000 block of North Hillview Drive.

Melany Snyder, Post Falls, reported Tuesday $600 damage to two air conditioning units at her home on the 2900 block of West Poleline Ave.

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Criminal sentencings

Judge Penny Friedlander

Joshua M. Grombacher, 35, Spokane Valley; $500 fine ($350 suspended), 90 days in jail (85 days suspended) or 16 hours county work program, one year probation.

Taki H. Ah-Hee, 21, Hayden; driving under the influence (excessive); $2,000 fine ($1,000 suspended), one year in jail (325 days suspended) or 164 hours county work program, 30 days unscheduled jail time, one year driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Civil complaints

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Marissa and James Kobloth, seeking $1,226.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Candice Ruskiewicz, aka Candice Weeks, and James Ruskiewicz, seeking $1,823.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Colette and David Clark, seeking $2,848.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Diana Witherspoon and Jim Witherspoon, seeking $2,326.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Connie Legault and Joseph Legault Jr., seeking $2,085.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Janet Snyder and Jeffrey Snyder, seeking $1,347.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Jenny Cheatham Zamzow, seeking $1,307.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Teresa Grove, seeking $1,464.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Jill Nearting, aka Jill Bucsis, seeking $4,850.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Leann Pettibone, aka Leann Jensen, aka Leann Bradbury, seeking $1,250.

Capital One Bank v. Ross Kimball, seeking $3,747.

Capital One Bank v. Jo Q Chiu, seeking $2,992.

Capital One Bank v. Robyn Ratcliff, seeking $2,778.

FIA Card Services v. Benton Wolfinger, seeking $3,582.

Capital One Bank v. Linnell Bradetich, seeking $1,668.

Capital One Bank v. Tammy Loomis, seeking $1,234.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Justin Edmonds, seeking $4,198.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Tina Whetman, seeking $1,772.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Tiffany Osborne, seeking $2,809.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Craig Turner Jr., seeking $2,189.

ACS Inc. of Idaho v. Danny and Darlene Northrup, seeking $3,088.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Gregory Windju, seeking $8,408.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Linda Tuccillo, seeking $5,589.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Jerome and Desiree Johnson, seeking $37,286.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Audrae and David Hankel, seeking $5,671.

Capital One Bank v. Anna Galten, seeking $5,622.

Civil judgments

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Cynthia Williams, plaintiff awarded $1,186.

Civil dismissals

Ford Motor Credit Co. v. Zane Kelly.

Capital One Bank v. Richard Vetter.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. JoAnn and Ralph Stewart.

Rolled Alloys v. Pathways Thermal Technology Inc.

Marriage annulments sought

Claudia Hiza from Brandon Hiza.

Divorces sought

Krissa M. Malott from Scott P. Malott.

Nathan A. Mustain from Cortney E. Mustain.

John V. Colis from Vicky L. Colis.

Jessica Schulz from Colin T. Schulz.

Divorces granted

Jennifer Toledo from David A. Toledo.



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