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Kootenai County sheriff

Steven McMullen, Post Falls, reported Friday the $800 theft of a refrigerator from a home on the 9100 block of West Highland Drive.

David Starr, Hayden, reported Sunday the $400 theft of a canoe from his home on the 11000 block of North Friar Drive.

Josh Barrett, Coeur d’Alene, reported Saturday the $348 theft of a laptop computer from his home on the 300 block of East Coeur d’Alene Lake Drive.

Jimmy Moore, Athol, reported Thursday the $870 theft of elk and moose antlers and a fishing pole from his home on the 30200 block of North Davis Lane.

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Kootenai County

Criminal sentencings

Judge Robert Burton

Rodney L. Mossburgh, 49, Coeur d’Alene; driving under the influence (second offense); $1,000 fine, $100 restitution to victims, one year in jail (311 days suspended, 24 days credited), 30 days unscheduled jail time, one year driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Judge Robert Caldwell

Taylor I. Peterson, 22, Spokane; Count I: driving without privileges; $250 fine, five days in jail or 16 hours county work program. Count II: driving without privileges (second offense); $250 fine, 20 days in jail or 80 hours county work program.

Judge Penny Friedlander

Owen E. Hogan, 29, Rathdrum; driving under the influence; $1,000 fine ($200 suspended), 180 days in jail (145 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, 30 days unscheduled jail time, 90 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Judge Clark Peterson

Richard E. Morrison II, 38, Hayden; driving without privileges; $500 fine, 10 days in jail or 40 hours county work program.

Jeffery B. Johnson, 58, Rathdrum; violation of a no-contact order; $500 (suspended), one year in jail (301 days suspended, 34 days credited), 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation.

Alfred L. Jensen, 73, battery-domestic violence without traumatic injury; $500 fine, 180 days in jail (148 days suspended), 180 days in jail (148 days suspended), 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation.

Guy T. Cain, 40, Rathdrum; battery-domestic violence without traumatic injury; $1,000 fine ($600 suspended), one year in jail (330 days suspended) or 32 hours county work program, 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation.

Kenta Nichimori, 29, Post Falls; Count I: stalking (second degree), $1,000 fine ($500 suspended), one year in jail (320 days suspended), 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation. Count II: misdemeanor probation violation; 15 days in jail.

Judge Scott Wayman

Brandy A. Smith, 38, Post Falls; driving without privileges; $300 fine, five days in jail or eight hours county work program.

Civil complaints

Bryan Haney v. Parker Maloney, seeking $1,744.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Philip Workman, seeking $2,001.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Nichole Taylor, seeking $1,024.

Liz Moore, aka Elisabeth Moore v. Anna Bowes and Emergency Pet Care, seeking $4,393.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Amador Deleon, seeking $1,471.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Gina Johnston, seeking $6,581.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Spencer Arthur, seeking $4,982.

Civil judgments

Quik Check v. Nicholas Bailey and Michelle Tamplin, plaintiff awarded $1,554.

Sandra Kay v. Thomas Ball, seeking $1,341.

Divorces sought

Dacia D. Randall from Ryan T. Randall.

Divorces granted

Lisa Otto from Drew Otto.



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