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Police blotter

Coeur d’Alene police

Cody Willard reported Monday the $1,130 theft of two handguns from his home on the 5900 block of North Stafford Road.

News of record

Kootenai County

Criminal sentencings

Judge Penny Friedlander

Leo J. Decker, 29, Coeur d’Alene; misdemeanor probation violation; 11 days in jail.

Johnny D. Lafayette, 34, Coeur d’Alene; Count I: battery; $300 fine ($147 suspended), 180 days in jail (129 days suspended, 21 days credited), 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation. Count II: disturbing the peace; $300 fine ($147 days suspended), 180 days in jail (159 days suspended, 21 days credited), two years probation. Count III: driving without privileges; 21 days in jail (credited).

Judge Barry Watson

Kalen J. Barnes, 20, Post Falls; resisting/obstructing officers; 27 days in jail (credited).

Judge Benjamin Simpson

Justin W. Nielsen, 19, Post Falls; use or possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use; $300 fine, $200 restitution to state lab, seven days in jail (credited).

Judge Clark Peterson

Shilo F. High, 33, Post Falls; misdemeanor probation violation; one year in jail (145 days credited).

Larry D. McMillen, 34, Hayden; Count I: driving without privileges; 180 days in jail. Count II: driving without privileges; 180 days in jail. Count III: inattentive/careless driving; 90 days in jail.

Judge John Luster

Heather R. Calkins, aka Heather Ringsbye, 27, Missoula; frequenting a place where a controlled substance is used; 30 days in jail (credited).

Judge Robert Caldwell

Jeremy S. Andersen, 22, Post Falls; battery; $400 fine, 90 days in jail (59 days suspended), 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation.

Judge Scott Wayman

Anthony D. Copeland, 32, Sandpoint; theft by receiving/possessing stolen property; $1,000 fine ($500 suspended), 180 days in jail (175 days suspended), one year probation.

Mathew D. Fruechte, 31, Coeur d’Alene; driving under the influence; $1,000 fine ($200 suspended), $200 reimbursement for defense, 180 days in jail (175 days suspended) or 16 hours county work program, 90 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Randy W. Hausinger, 51, Coeur d’Alene; trespass; $200 fine, 20 days in jail (credited).

Judge James Stow

Jarrett L. Baker, 35, Pinehurst; reckless driving; $1,000 fine ($500 suspended), restitution to be determined, 180 days in jail (160 days suspended), two years probation.

Civil complaints

John and Karen Thurston v. Empire Surveying & Consulting Inc. and Jon Monaco, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Rawlings Sporting Goods Co. and Worth LLC v. Rally Time Sporting Goods Inc., Jacob Vick and Amber Bellin, fka Amber Vick, seeking $11,164.

Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. v. All Seasons Apparel Inc., seeking $4,359.

Yvonne Rodriguez v. Luke Barrett, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Civil judgments

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

Capital One Bank v. Christina Shafer, plaintiff awarded $2,768.

Green & Son’s Agency Inc., dba Outsource Receivables Management v. Kelsey Hillard-Parker, plaintiff awarded $2,785.

Lakeview Financial Inc. v. Alan Sweitzer, plaintiff awarded $5,061.

Civil dismissals

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Katherine Maxwell.

Divorces sought

Teresa K. Coates from Dennis D. Coates.

Rhiannone R. Davis from Daniel L. Parks.

Divorces granted

Marshel B. Pruiett from Shawna L. Pruiett.

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