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Kootenai County sheriff

Jon Spens, Rathdrum, reported Saturday $500 damage to the wing windows and the $30 theft of a purse and contents from a 1989 Honda Civic parked on Latour Creek Road and Canyon Road in Cataldo.

Phillip Nunn, Hayden, reported Sunday the $500 theft of a generator from his home on the 800 block of W. Bruce Lane.

Janet Miller, owner of Papa’s Barber Shop, reported Friday $400 damage to a door of the business at 868 W. Hayden Ave.

Richard Stokey, Hayden, reported Friday the $7,764 theft of a ski jacket, camcorder, digital camera and accessories, and miscellaneous items and $325 damage to a window of a 2003 GMC Sierra parked at his home on the 600 block of E. Maple Place.

Dustin Passick, Hayden, reported Friday $155 damage to a window and the $630 theft of a stereo faceplate, purse and items from a 1995 Volkswagen Jetta parked on the 8800 block of N. Davis Circle in Hayden.

David Norton, Athol, reported Friday $300 damage to a window and the $3,100 theft of a laptop computer from a 2003 Dodge pickup parked at his home on the 700 block of Maple Avenue.

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Civil complaints

C&R Forestry Inc. v. Consolidated Human Resources AZ Inc. Consolidated Human Resources Inc., CHR Employer Services Inc., Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Liberty Northwest Insurance Corp., Liberty Mutual Insurance Group/Boston, and Liberty Insurance Corp., seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Divorces granted

Angela Chandler from Eric Chandler.

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