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POLICE BLOTTER

Sam Crawford, manager for Channel 58, reported Thursday that $8,000 worth of camera equipment was taken from the 2000 block of Howard St.

Sharon Kelley reported Thursday that her utility trailer was taken from the 100 block of Indiana Ave. The value was estimated at $1,000.

NEWS OF RECORD

Bonner County

Criminal sentencings

Judge James Michaud

Ashley Hoyle, 29, Sandpoint; possession of a controlled substance; two years determinate penitentiary time, four years indeterminate penitentiary time.

John Stone, 28, Kingston; driving under the influence; 90 days in jail, two years probation.

Carl Schneider, 25, Priest River; driving under the influence; $433 fine, 30 days in jail (28 days suspended), two years probation.

Philip Gordon, 49, Sandpoint; sexual abuse of a child under 16; three years determinate penitentiary time, 15 years indeterminate penitentiary time.

Theodore Hanson, Jr., 19, Post Falls; trespassing; 202 days in jail.

Henry Meredith, 42, Clark Fork; battery; 180 days in jail (suspended), 200 hours community service, two years probation.

Shoshone County

Civil complaints

Richard O’Neill vs. Julie Hyatt et al, seeking possession of premises at 17 Second St., Wallace, damages, and back rent.

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare vs. Brandy Irvine aka Brandy Kramer, seeking $900.

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare vs. Janet Vandecar, seeking $971.

Civil judgments

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare vs. Shawn Waller, award of $2,691.

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare vs. Paul Stewart, award of $510.

Credit Bureau of Shoshone County Inc. vs. Walter and Brenda Brennan, award of $832.

Credit Bureau of Shoshone County Inc. vs. Franklin and Linda Smith, award of $1,182.

Marriage licenses

John Giachino and Summer Williams, both of Wallace.

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