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Fri., Jan. 25, 2013, midnight

Police blotter

Coeur d’Alene police

Geoffrey Devore reported Wednesday the $600 theft of bowling equipment from his 1996 Ford Contour parked at Lowe’s, 901 W. Appleway.

Kootenai County sheriff

Douglas Berney, Hayden, reported Monday the $2,900 theft of a generator from his home on the 9700 block of North Maple Street.

Ronald Washburn, owner of Washburn Auto Body, reported Monday the $3,920 theft of tools and a welding torch from the business at 6285 N. Warrior St. in Coeur d’Alene.

Orva Warren, Hayden, reported Wednesday the $1,130 theft of cash, two firearms and a television from his home on the 11000 block of North Falkirk Street.

News of record

Kootenai County

Criminal sentencings

Judge Fred Gibler

Patrick K. Stiner, 51, Coeur d’Alene; Count I: felony grand theft; $340 fine, four years determinate penitentiary time (111 days credited), 10 years indeterminate penitentiary time. Count II: felony grand theft; four years determinate penitentiary time (111 days credited), 10 years indeterminate penitentiary time. Count III: felony fraudulent possession of a financial transaction card; five years determinate penitentiary time (120 days credited), $240 fine. Counts concurrent.

Judge Eugene Marano

Leslie W.S. Huckabee, 19, Coeur d’Alene; frequenting a place where a controlled substance is used, etc.; $300 fine, 90 days in jail (80 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, two years probation.

Judge Barry Watson

Terry W. Glisson, 36, Coeur d’Alene; misdemeanor probation violation; 123 days in jail (53 days credited).

Billy Jo Dalager, 20, Spokane Valley; Count I: misdemeanor probation violation; 30 days in jail (14 days credited). Count II: operating a vehicle without owner’s consent; $500 fine ($250 suspended), 180 days in jail (120 days suspended, 14 days credited), 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation.

Brandon W. Schertz, 22, Post Falls; inattentive driving; $300 fine, $200 reimbursement for defense, 30 days in jail (suspended), one year probation.

Kevin P. Sheehan, 48, Coeur d’Alene; misdemeanor probation violation; 30 days in jail (18 days credited).

Judge Scott Wayman

Evan M. Larkin, 19, Post Falls; petty theft; $1,000 fine ($800 suspended), $100 reimbursement for defense, one year in jail (335 days suspended), 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation.

Judge John Luster

Heather N. Carrey, 27, Hayden; petty theft; $300 fine, 180 days in jail (150 days suspended, 12 days credited) or 100 hours community service, two years probation.

Civil complaints

Starina Brandt v. Dirne Community Health Center, seeking $5,000.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Jeffrey Snipes and Melissa Snipes, seeking $1,760.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Andrew Mitchell, seeking $1,200.

David Dodd v. Chris Hornung, seeking $5,000.

Unifund CCR LLC v. David Gloe, seeking $7,000.

Citibank v. Diann Flansburg, seeking $3,469.

Unifund CCR LLC v. Ryan Roberge, seeking $8,354.

Unifund CCR LLC v. Zachary Hubbard, seeking $2,042.

The Rooter Guy LLC v. Matson’s Plumbing, seeking $1,253.

Jason Penzkover v. Eric Gould, seeking $4,297.

Jason Penzkover v. Todd McNinch, Stacy McNinch and Ryan McNinch, seeking $4,297.

Jason Penzkover v. Rachelle Penzkover, seeking $2,718.

Wanetta Peterson v. Kohl’s Department Stores Inc., Springwise Facility Management Inc. and Denny Legaspi, dba The Edge Concrete Curbing, dba Edge Concrete Curbing LLC, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Discover Bank v. Rachel Calton, seeking $1,853.

James Pecor v. Erin Kilgore, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

CBS Collections Inc. v. Jennifer Drummond, seeking $2,994.

Mary Fleck v. Forrest Clifford, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Branch Banking and Trust Co. v. Ronald Adams, seeking $12,661.

Civil judgments

Robert J. Powell v. Carl Sweeten, plaintiff awarded $2,569.

Bonnie Colvin-Cramer v. Ohio Match Road Water District, plaintiff awarded $2,341.

William Garren v. Kathy Olson, plaintiff awarded $2,875.

Divorces sought

Erin E. Lyke from Nicholas R. Miller.


 

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