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Idaho records

Police blotter

Steven Ahman reported Thursday the $2,189 theft of a duffle bag, knitting bag, shoes and alcohol from his 2007 Toyota Tundra while it was parked on the 2300 block of North Fourth Street.

Laura Fierro reported the $26,000 theft of her 2013 Toyota RAV4 from the 6100 block of North Ramsey Road.

Coeur d’Alene police

Kootenai County sheriff

Paul D’Alessandro and Tony’s Restaurant reported Thursday the $300 theft of electrical wire from the restaurant at 6823 E. Coeur d’Alene Lake Drive.

Robert Kesson, Worley, reported Wednesday $150 damage to a metal pole and the $150 theft of a light fixture from a building at South Highway 85 and West Sunny Slopes Road.

News of record

Kootenai County

Criminal sentencings

Judge Robert Burton

Charley D. Bell, 26, Post Falls; driving without privileges; $300 fine, five days in jail or 40 hours county work program, 15 days unscheduled jail time.

Civil complaints

Florence Probst v. Dan and Jennifer Taylor, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Sharon Secchiaroli v. Karen DeHoog and Palace Property Management, seeking $1,100.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC and GE Money Bank v. Rousal Mahakam, seeking $1,062.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC and HSBC Bank Nevada v. Michael Bertram, seeking $1,043.

Civil judgments

Lakeview Financial Inc. v. Maxon Renecker, plaintiff awarded $1,795.

Kingdom Property Management v. Todd Brunetti, plaintiff awarded $2,622.

Darrel Haarr and Melica Haarr v. Randy Gray, plaintiff awarded $3,482.

Gentry Finance Corp. v. Tia Berklund, plaintiff awarded $1,579.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Teri Dumbrigue, plaintiff awarded $1,943.

Charlie Box v. Mike Poole and Coeur d’Alene Sheet Metal and Heating Ltd., plaintiff awarded $1,344.

Lakeview Financial Inc. v. John Cosner, plaintiff awarded $3,034.

Divorces granted

Elizabeth A. Hargreaves from Michael H. Hargreaves.

Amber R. Schultz from Kristopher J. Schultz.

Juanita G. Malone from Steven P. Malone.


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Freeman students march in unity to honor memory of slain classmate Sam Strahan

UPDATED: 9:38 p.m.

Drenched in sunshine and a sharp spring wind, more than 70 students marched Friday out of Freeman High School behind a “Freeman Strong” banner to the same football field where they sheltered in fear last September following the shooting that killed 15-year-old Sam Strahan and injured three girls.