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Kootenai County sheriff

Shannon Spraker, Rathdrum, reported Thursday the theft of a $200 Sony computer, a $200 EEE PC computer, a $350 Kodak camera, a $70 Sony camera and $135 cash and miscellaneous costume and household items from a residence on the 17200 block of North Fowler Road in Rathdrum.

Christian Hestness, Coeur d’Alene, reported Thursday the $800 theft of a Gary Fisher mountain bike from a residence on the 9100 block of North Piper Court in Hayden.

Joshua Walker, Post Falls, reported Thursday $400 damage to a Keystone trailer; the $320 theft of children’s jackets and life vests; and the $6 theft of ibuprofen from the trailer parked at a vacant lot on the 9800 block of North Government Way in Hayden.

David Rousher, Coeur d’Alene, reported Thursday the $745 theft of a Smith and Wesson firearm and the $50 theft of prescription medication from a residence on the 6800 block of East French Gulch Road in Coeur d’Alene.

Timothy Kinzer, Rathdrum, reported Wednesday $300 damage to a door window and the $1,000 theft of a television from a residence on the 8100 block of North Salmonberry Loop in Hayden.

News of record

Kootenai County

Criminal sentencings

Judge Eugene Marano

Jack H. Comack, 25, Post Falls; frequenting a place where a controlled substance is used; $300 fine, 61 days in jail.

Aaron J. Butler, 23, Coeur d’Alene; count I: operating a vehicle without an owner’s consent; 20 days in jail. Count II: possession of open container; 10 days in jail.

Judge Donald Swanstrom

Nathaniel R. Grissom, 24, Colbert; possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use; $500 fine.

Jack A. Gentry, 31, Athol; no-contact order violation; 61 days in jail.

James M. Kelley, 32, Post Falls; disturbing the peace; $300 fine, 180 days in jail (166 days suspended), one year probation.

Judge Robert Burton

Angelo D. Hunter, 37, Coeur d’Alene; assault; 90 days in jail (80 days suspended) or 80 hours community service, two years probation.

Civil complaints

Midland Funding LLC v. Tiffany Reeves, seeking $4,822.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Matthew Lessor and Misty Lessor, seeking $3,279.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Elizabeth Fuller, seeking $1,138.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Scott Hopp Sr., seeking $1,498.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Rosemarie Garcia Clark, seeking $2,480.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Brian Swehosky, seeking $1,601.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Kelsie Gabel, seeking $14,532.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Susan Pattee and Timothy Pattee, seeking $1,255.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Karen Wilmoth, seeking $1,961.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Summer Benzinger and Brian Benzinger, seeking $1,106.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Travis Scott and Deana Scott, seeking $4,132.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Alisha Gilliam, seeking $2,957.

Glacier Bank v. Eric Elzroth, seeking $206,059.

FIA Card Services v. Julia Cuchessi, seeking $6,199.

Palisades Collection LLC v. Brook Bassett, seeking $6,474.

National Collegiate Student Loan Trust v. Nicole Stufflebeam and Eric Stufflebeam, seeking $2,102.

National Collegiate Student Loan Trust v. Nicole Stufflebeam and Eric Stufflebeam, seeking $8,967.

Zions First National Bank v. Larry Buckmaster and Deborah Buckmaster, seeking $7,069.

American Express Centurion Bank v. John Stenberg, seeking $11,039.

Civil judgments

Spokane Teachers Credit Union v. Dustin Dershem, awarded $8,389.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Charles Hoffman, awarded $3,154.

Capital One Bank v. Pat Fuller, awarded $3,954.

Divorces granted

Chris M. Willoughby Sr. from Sharon L. Willoughby.



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