Kootenai County sheriff
Timothy Parker reported Friday the $1,650 theft of tools, a tool box and a sewing machine from his home in the 5100 block of U.S. Highway 53, near Rathdrum.
Darrell Richardson reported Friday the $370 theft of power tools, a VCR and an unknown amount of change from a utility trailer parked at home in the 31900 block of Tahoe, Spirit Lake. Damage from the break-in is estimated at $225.
David Gray reported Friday for Cablevision the $1,366 theft of services by a homeowner in the 100 block of Indiana.
Several storage units at Farragut Storage, Athol, were broken into over the weekend. Edward Campbell, Athol, reported the $400 theft of a stereo system; Kenneth Beamer, Careywood, reported the $350 theft of tires and Paul Staple, Athol, reported the $3,400 theft of tools and two tool boxes.
Jacob Berreth, Garwood, reported Friday that sometime between August and September someone removed three guns valued at $400 from the estate of Frederick Ferree on Garwood Road, Hayden Lake.
Coeur d’Alene police
Larry Mills reported Sunday that he left his ‘89 Mazda truck unlocked and running while he ran into Lakers Inn Tavern, 400 block of Second St., to buy a pop. When he returned the truck had been stolen.
James Langevin III reported Saturday the
$1,845 theft of skis, ski boots and clothing from his ‘78 Volkswagen parked in the 1100 block of Sixth St.
Jock Jollymore reported Sunday the $350 theft of a ring and a watch and Gene Turrell reported $150 theft of cash from their lockers at the Recreation Center of the Coeur d’Alene Resort.
George Berger reported Saturday $500 damage to his car while parked at the Showboat Theater, 5685 Pioneer. Someone scratched the driver’s side.
Jennifer Eutslar, Post Falls, reported Saturday the $991 theft of her wallet and cash from her car while parked at JB’s Restaurant, 704 W. Appleway, Coeur d’Alene.
Brenda Hatfield reported Friday the $400 theft of a heater and a cassette/cd player from her travel trailer parked in the 300 block of 17th St.
Tyler Graves and Steve Garrett reported Friday the $520 theft of their bikes from the bike rack at Hastings, 100 Best Ave.
Post Falls police
Sarah Hassenpflug reported Sunday the $630 theft of a CD player from a vehicle parked in the 800 block of Grant Street.
NEWS OF RECORD
Criminal sentencings Judge Don Swanstrom
Charles Preter, 35, Newport, Wash.; driving under the influence; $500 fine (suspended), 40 days in jail (26 days suspended), two years’ probation.
Steven Amos, 30, Coeur d’Alene; inattentive driving; $300 fine, 10 days in jail (suspended), one year probation.
Richard Walker, 43, Sandpoint; failure to purchase driver’s license; $100 fine, 10 days in jail (three days suspended), two years’ probation.
Judge Debra Heise
Donald Ginger, 28, Cocolalla; driving without privileges; $500 fine, 100 days in jail (90 days suspended), two years’ probation.
Kim Holbrook, 33, Pateros, Wash.; driving under the influence; $500 fine, 30 days in jail (28 days suspended), two years’ probation.
George Pinsonneault, 40, Sagle; driving under the influence; $2,000 fine ($1,500 suspended), 365 days in jail (245 days suspended), two years’ probation.
Kenneth Addington vs. Jack Hargrave, award of $1,290.
Nancy Matheson vs. Jessie Wingfield, award of $1,128.
Idaho Scenic Lawn and Landscaping, award of $2,913.
Lake City Sprinkler vs. Leon Seats, dba Idaho Scenic Lawn and Landscaping, award of $1,250.
Golden Crown Corp. vs. Grant Galloway, dba Wet Pet.
Golden Crown Corp. vs. Judith Wolfe, dba Shear Pet Elegance.
Raymond Dean from Jill Dean.
Births/Kootenai Medical Center
Melisa Willis, Spirit Lake, parents of Cristalanna Marjorie, born Jan. 4.
Sharon and Jeff Bloomsburg, Worley, parents of Joseph Clair, born Jan. 1.
Kathleen and Scott Fields, Hayden Lake, parents of Kayla Jane, born Jan. 2.
Helen and Wilbur McIntire, Hayden Lake, parents of Mackenzie Marie, born Jan. 4.
Janet and Roy Carlson, Coeur d’Alene, parents of Ryann Marie, born Jan. 7.
Shara and Martin Garitone, Mullan, parents of Kole Martin, born Jan. 7.
Karin and Sam Porret, Post Falls, parents of Emily Linn, born Jan. 7.
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