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  • CdA felon sentenced to 9 years on handgun count

    A Coeur d’Alene man cleared of racially harassing a Hispanic man last August was sentenced today to nine years in prison for being a felon in possession of a handgun.


  • Coeur d’Alene man admits possession of gun

    One of three Coeur d’Alene brothers accused of racially harassing a Hispanic man in August pleaded guilty Monday to being a felon in possession of a handgun and to obstructing …


  • Coeur d’Alene brothers face third hate crime trial

    Kootenai County Prosecutor Barry McHugh said Thursday that he will re-try two Coeur d’Alene brothers on malicious harassment charges stemming from a racial incident last summer. Frank J. Tankovich, 46, …


  • Prosecutor calls for third trial in hate crime case

    Kootenai County Prosecutor Barry McHugh said today that he will re-try two Coeur d’Alene brothers on malicious harassment charges.


  • Hate crime case leaves jury divided

    A North Idaho man was convicted of conspiracy to disturb the peace in the first hate crime case to go to trial in Coeur d’Alene in recent years. But the …


  • Hate crime trial ends with one misdemeanor conviction

    Jurors convicted a North Idaho man of conspiracy to commit disturbing the peace, a misdemeanor, in the first hate crime case to go to trial in Coeur d’Alene in recent …


  • Jury weighs hate charges against N. Idaho brothers

    A jury will reconvene Monday morning in the hate crime trial of three Coeur d’Alene brothers accused of racially harassing a Hispanic man last August. Ira G. Tankovich, 48, is …


  • Judge: Evidence lacking in hate crime case

    The judge on a Coeur d’Alene hate crime trial said Thursday that if he were ruling on the case instead of a jury, he would find that insufficient evidence existed …


  • Jury won’t hear of gun felonies

    Defense attorneys in the Coeur d’Alene hate crime trial of three brothers lost an attempt Wednesday to challenge the alleged victim’s credibility by introducing his criminal record, which includes felony …


  • North Idaho hate trial takes new turn

    A hate crime trial in Coeur d’Alene that was halted in a mistrial last month got even more complicated Tuesday when a judge prohibited defense attorneys from introducing evidence that …


  • New suggestion that hate crime was provoked arises in trial

    A hate crime trial in Coeur d’Alene that was halted in a mistrial last month got even more complicated Tuesday when a judge prohibited defense attorneys from introducing evidence that …


  • Judge declares mistrial in race harassment case

    A judge declared a mistrial Tuesday in the trial of three Coeur d’Alene brothers accused of racially harassing a Hispanic family in August. Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Art Verharen had just …


  • Mistrial declared in malicious harassment trial

    A mistrial was declared Tuesday in the trial of three Coeur d’Alene brothers accused of racially harassing a Hispanic family in August.


  • Three indicted on hate charges

    Three brothers accused of harassing a Coeur d’Alene man because of his ethnicity say they simply asked to buy electrical equipment from the man and were stunned when he pulled …


  • Brothers accused in hate crime have day in court

    Three brothers accused of harassing a Coeur d’Alene man because of his ethnicity say they simply asked to buy electrical equipment from the man and were stunned when he pulled …


  • Three charged with hate crimes

    Three men were indicted Thursday by a Kootenai County grand jury on charges of malicious harassment under the state’s hate crime law after allegedly threatening a Hispanic family in Coeur …


  • Officials mull hate charge

    The Kootenai County Prosecutor’s Office is considering charging a man with a hate crime in a confrontation with a Hispanic family outside their Coeur d’Alene home. Ira G. Tankovich has …


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