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Police blotter

Kootenai County sheriff

Carmen Adams, Hayden, reported Tuesday the $2,360 theft of jewelry from her home on the 700 block of East Shiloh Loop.

News of record

Kootenai County

Criminal sentencings

Judge Scott Wayman

Kevin E. Mays, 52, Sagle; driving under the influence; $1,000 fine ($200 suspended), $100 reimbursement to state lab, 180 days in jail (178 days suspended), 90 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Michael K. Parker, 22, Post Falls; misdemeanor probation violation; 88 days in jail (42 days suspended).

Judge James Stow

Paula S. Seymour, 45, Post Falls; invalid driver’s license; $200 fine, six days in jail or 16 hours county work program.

Judge Penny Friedlander

Desirae E. McDonough, 30, Eureka, Mont.; driving under the influence; $1,000 fine ($200 suspended), 180 days in jail (175 days suspended) or 16 hours county work program, 90 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Judge Clark Peterson

Lucas L. Forsmann, 29, Coeur d’Alene; driving under the influence; $600 fine, $200 reimbursement for defense; 90 days in jail (86 days suspended) or 16 hours county work program, 10 days unscheduled jail time, one year probation.

Michael S. Davis, 42, Coeur d’Alene; Count I: use or possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use; 90 days in jail. Count II: use or possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use; 90 days in jail.

Judge Patrick McFadden

Kyle R. Lasch, 25, Coeur d’Alene; failure to give immediate notice of an accident; $750 fine ($500 suspended), 180 days in jail (170 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, two years probation.

Judge Scot Nass

Randy E. Jeffres, 57, Coeur d’Alene; driving under the influence; $682 fine ($500 suspended), restitution to be determined, 180 days in jail (151 days suspended, 29 days credited), 90 days driver’s license suspension, one year probation.

Judge Robert Burton

Anthony J. Harryman, 30, Hayden; driving without privileges; $500 fine, 180 days in jail (170 days suspended) or 80 hours county work program, 30 days unscheduled jail time, one year probation.

Civil complaints

Automated Accounts Inc. v. Avery Bush, seeking $1,671.

Automated Accounts Inc. v. Veronica Mulvey, seeking $2,901.

Automated Accounts Inc. v. Misty Lessor, seeking $1,468.

Civil judgments

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Todd Ray, plaintiff awarded $3,903.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Roger Morris and Joan Morris, plaintiff awarded $2,006.

Asset Acceptance LLC v. Robert Campbell, plaintiff awarded $19,497.

Civil dismissals

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Amber Tice.

Midland Funding LLC v. Michael Holmes.

Marriage licenses

Avery G. Bush and Brittany Chaney, both of Hayden.

Cody D. Campbell and Carlie J. Henderson, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Collin E. Dion and Katherine L. Brady, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Robert S. Eagle and Lynn C. Erickson, both of Hayden.

Sean M. La Bolle and Arwyn T. Robinson, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Scott A. Loros and Leann Parker, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Frank D. Rosco, of Coeur d’Alene, and Sandra L. Hayes, of Hayden.

Robert D. Whetstone and Wanda C. Cox, both of Rathdrum.

Divorces granted

Amanda J. Ueland from Kenneth L. Ueland.



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