Shoshone County Sheriff’s office has a backlog of more than 800 outstanding arrest warrants. Officials are asking the public for any information about the following people, who identified by name, age, last known city of residence, the charge and bond amount on the warrant. If you have any information, contact the sheriff’s department at (208)556-1114.
Matthew E. Druffel 29, Spokane, driving while suspended, $564 bond.
Michael L. Dry 45, Spokane, driving with an expired driver’s license, $67 bond.
Jim E. Dubry 32, Silverton, domestic battery, $151 bond.
Cynthia J. Duncan 28, Kellogg, driving under the influence, driving while suspended, $1,000 bond.
Mathew S. Duncan 24, Kellogg, minor consuming, $100 bond.
James E. Dye 32, Sullivan, Mo., driving without privileges, inattentive driving, $564 bond.
Kenneth A. Dyreson 31, Kellogg, battery, $100 bond.
James T. Earl 26, Missoula, possession of marijuana, $251 bond.
Aaron D. Eaton 21, Kellogg, driving while suspended, $566 bond.
Clifford J. Eaton driving under the influence, driving while suspended, transporting open container, $566 bond.
David N. Eaton 19, Kellogg, driving while suspended, $2,000 bond.
Leann J. Edinger 32, Spokane, issuing a check without funds, $7,000 bail bond or $700 cash.
Raymond Edward 22, Philadelphia, Pa., petty theft, $250 bond.
Jesse L. Edwards Jr. 33, Wallace, battery, disturbing the peace, malicious injury to property, $299 bond.
Daniel L. Elam 18, Kellogg, petty theft, driving while suspended, $800 bond.
Amey L. Engelby 26, Kellogg, disturbing the peace, $200 bond.
Thomas E. Erickson 37, Coeur d’Alene, contempt, driving under the influence, driving without a driver’s license, $816 bond.
Brian D. Ermold 28, Richland, driving under the influence, $2,000 bond.
Humberto M. Esparza 41, Yakima, driving under the influence, no driver’s license, fictitious display, $564 bond.
Leonard S. Espinoza, aka Leonard S. Spaulding 40, address unknown, probation violation, $5,000 bond.
, DataTimes MEMO: Most contempt warrants can be taken care of by contacting the Shoshone County courthouse and paying an outstanding fine.
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