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Luann Warren reported Thursday the $900 theft of a disassembled 2005 CRF50 Honda motorcycle from her home on the 900 block of East Birch Avenue.

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Kootenai County

Criminal sentencings

Judge Clark Peterson

Cynthia M. Webb, 52, Coeur d’Alene; misdemeanor probation violation; five days in jail or 40 hours county work program.

Zachary R. Paul, 22, Rathdrum; violation of a no contact order; $1,000 fine ($750 suspended), 180 days in jail (147 days suspended), 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation

Wade W. Norton, 22, St. Maries; use or possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use; $500 fine, 180 days in jail (143 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation.

Alek D. Croucher, 38, Bonners Ferry; Count I: unlawful entry; $300 fine, $100 reimbursement for prosecution, 25 days in jail (credited). Count II: $300 fine, $100 reimbursement for prosecution, 25 days in jail (credited).

Caleb R. Ellis, 20, Coeur d’Alene; Count I: possession of a controlled substance; $300 fine, $100 restitution to state lab, one year in jail (35 days credited), 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation. Count II: unlawful entry; 35 days in jail (credited).

Judge Scott Wayman

Christopher A. Huber, 31, Coeur d’Alene; driving without privileges; $300 fine, 30 days in jail or 24 hours county work program.

Jacob A. Byers-Owens, 32, Post Falls; misdemeanor probation violation; five days in jail or proof of completion of recommended treatment.

Branden L. Root, 21, Spokane Valley; driving under the influence; $1,000 fine ($200 suspended), $100 restitution to state lab, 90 days in jail (85 days suspended) or 16 hours county work program, 90 days driver’s license suspension, one year probation.

Luke A. Williamson, 32, Hayden; driving under the influence; $1,000 fine ($200 suspended), $100 reimbursement for defense; 180 days in jail (170 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, 90 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Civil complaints

Julie Grabowski v. Michael Griggs, seeking $1,587.

Portfolio Recovery Associates and GE Capital Retail Bank/JC Penney v. Teresa Edelblute, seeking $2,500.

Washington Trust Bank v. Michael Livingston, seeking $48,721.

North Idaho Credit Corp v. James Morgan, seeking $1,555.

Hillerich & Bradsby Co. v. Rally Time Sports Inc., Jake Vick and Amber Bellin, fka Amber Vick, seeking $20,693.

North Idaho Credit Corp v. Roy Varner and Kimberly Varner, seeking $17,481.

North Idaho Credit Corp v. Michael Prosser and Kim Prosser, seeking $7,808.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Cody Folda, seeking $2,079.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Sean Collins, seeking $1,393.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. William amd Jill Guindon, seeking $2,784.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Shanna Riske, seeking $2,760.

North Idaho Credit Corp v. Christopher Martin, seeking $17,122.

Ziegler Lumber Co. v. Rod Asburry, dba Asburry Construction, seeking $3,832.

Civil judgments

Randolf Diemert and Carol Diemert v. Gerald Stoneman, plaintiff awarded $2,395.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Monique Stein Faux, plaintiff awarded $9,624.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Denise Hoxsey and Todd Hoxsey, plaintiff awarded $3,493.

Civil dismissals

MST Financial Services LLC v. John Leitzke.

Marriage annulments granted

Eileen J. McGovern from Jesse C. Robison.

Divorces sought

Kristin B. Gfellar from Trevor G. Gfellar.

Denise R. Hautala from Robert D. Hautala.

Mackenzie M. Kelley from Jordan B. Kelley.



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