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Coeur d’Alene police

Stephen Nielsen, co-owner of Mobile Recycling, reported Tuesday the $2,900 theft of a television, DVDs, futon bed and CD player and $150 damage to three windows of the business at 6303 N. Government Way.

News of record

Criminal sentencings

Judge James Stow

Dakota B. Dixon, 20, Hayden; petty theft; $250 fine, 180 days in jail (150 days suspended), one year probation.

Judge Robert Caldwell

Jessie L. Voorhies, 22, Coeur d’Alene; failure to give immediate notice of an accident; $137 fine, 180 days in jail (170 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, two years probation.

Judge Benjamin Simpson

Michael T. Johnson, 25, Lynnwood, Wash.; felony possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver; one and one-half years determinate penitentiary time (credit for time served), $150 reimbursement for defense, $265 fine.

Judge Barry Watson

Robert M. Reynolds, 22, Rathdrum; petty theft; $500 fine ($250 suspended), one year in jail (331 days suspended, 14 days credited) or 80 hours county work program, two years probation.

Judge Clark Peterson

Debbilyn Plue, 44, Coeur d’Alene; petty theft; $250 fine, $500 restitution to victims, 180 days in jail (170 days suspended) or 80 hours county work program, 20 days unscheduled jail time, one year probation.

Civil complaints

Pablo Lastorta, dba Argca Imports v. Ferreus Wines Inc., seeking $32,678.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Clinton Price, seeking $1,033.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Mariya Rhoades, seeking $2,420.

Margaret Collings v. Ross Henry, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Northwest Fence Co. Inc. v. Sharky’s Custom Painting Inc., seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Dagne Brown v. Jeremy Roth, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Springleaf Financial v. Jeannette Peacock and Nicholas Peacock, seeking $1,504.

Waterford Park Homes LLC v. J.D. Resort Inc. and John Meredith, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

S & S Mechanical v. Crickets, seeking $1,097.

Tee Dub LLC v. Kurt Lundblad, U.S. Internal Revenue Service, Capital One Bank and JP Development Inc., dba Acctcorp International, seeking $98,037.

Post Falls Senior Center v. Don Moberg, seeking $5,000.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Shawn Sroka, seeking $1,433.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Lisa Paurus, aka Lisa Taylor, seeking $13,285.

Divorces sought

Christifer M. Brown from Jessica Brown.

Shannon S. Smithson from Jacob A. Smithson.

Douglas S. Wulff from Cynthia L. Wulff.


Filings from Feb. 7-8.

Chapter 7 (liquidation petitions)

Martin and Sherie A. Hirst, Priest River, debts of $91,875.

Mary J. Walsh, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $79,150.

Gayle D. Shelby, aka G. Dian Shelby, aka Dian Shelby, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $48,187.

Richard V. and Connie L. Matthiesen, Post Falls, debts of $179,301.

Juan M. Gorde, Post Falls, debts of $13,692.

Donald L. and Deborah L. Riley, Silverton, debts of $168,087.

Karl J. and Rachelle L. Mack, aka Rachelle L. Thedorff, aka Rachelle L. Lynch, Post Falls, debts of $58,749.

Chapter 13 (wage-earner petitions)

Joseph A. and Debra L. Mangano, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $31,247.

Thomas V. Oiland, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $221,595.

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