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Idaho Records

Police blotter Coeur d’Alene police

Penny Short reported Monday the $500 theft of a Haro brand, Escape model mountain bike from her home in the 200 block of Forest Drive.

Jacob Dodge, owner of Norms Utility, reported Sunday $3,200 in damages to construction equipment windows at a site on Kathleen and Ramsey Avenue.

James Franz, manager of Sunset Mall, 296 W. Sunset Ave., reported Monday the $609 theft of a lawnmower and Sears Weedwacker from storage at the mall.

Kootenai County sheriff

James King, driver for Central Pre-Mix, W. 2500 Seltice Way, reported the $500 theft of two-way radios from trucks parked at the business.

News of record Death notices

Vernon Ruen, 76, Clark Fork.

Maurice Barker, 84, Bonners Ferry.

For full obituary information, please see page F6.

Please see Thursday’s Spokesman-Review for full obituary information on:

Roberta Cox, 75, Sandpoint.

Shoshone County Civil complaints

Credit Bureau of Shoshone County Inc. vs. John and Elizabeth Magoon, seeking $1,744.

Civil judgments

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare vs. Kim Smith, award of $1,637.

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare vs. Casey Brady, award of $2,767.

Civil dismissals

Coeur d’Alene Credit Bureau Inc. vs. Eugene and Charlene Meligan.

Bonner County Civil complaints

Spokane Merchants Association vs. Kevin Weatherson dba North Mountain Construction, seeking $978.

Randy and Melinda Poston vs. Shirley White, seeking $7,800.

Divorces sought

Laurie Coleman from Brian Coleman.

Fred Hartman Jr. from Jamiann Hartman.

Mark Shreve Jr. from Cinoy Shreve.

Barbara Hagan from Steven Hagan.

Lucille Moseby from Elvin Moseby.

Kootenai County Civil judgments

Available Hardware Supply vs. Universal Fixtures & Cabinetry, Inc., award of $4,679.

Marriage licenses

Richard Stevens and Trina Campbell, both of Cocalalla.

Verl Tweedy and Jeanne Hanson, both of Lewiston.

Charles Mahlie, Spokane, and M. Darlene Davaz, Post Falls.

Todd Nelson and Mary Corbin, both of Post Falls.

Rodney Bashan and Teresa Vahdani, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Joseph Ruggeri and Dana Bradeen, both of Post Falls.

Edward VanVooren and Karyn Harries, both of Lewiston.

Ronald Pullins, Coeur d’Alene, and Jennifer Anderson, Post Falls.

Richard Mapother and Earline Baldridge, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Randy Marty, Spokane, and Michelle Cossette, Coeur d’Alene.

Charles Sandow and Nina McLeod, both of Kellogg.