Kootenai County has a backlog of more than 3,400 active warrants. Officials are asking the public for information about the following people, identified by name, age, last known city of residence, the charge and the bond amount on the warrant. If you have information, please contact the sheriff’s department at (208) 446-1300.
Daniel E. Borley – 39, Coeur d’Alene, failure to appear/felony driving under the influence; no bond.
Cole C. Karns – 31, Boise, rape, failure to appear/obstructing, $251,000 bond.
Robert L. Pierce – 45, Spokane, forgery, $30,000 bond.
Eli Goodner – 27, Pinehurst, failure to appear/driving while suspended, $2,000 bond.
Elizabeth N. Groves – 18, Rathdrum, failure to appear/grand theft, $500 bond.
Rodney J. Hunter – 39, Athol, failure to appear/driving while suspended, no proof of insurance, $5,000 bond.
Sabrina A. Inman – 27, Coeur d’Alene, failure to appear/driving under the influence, driving while suspended, $1,000 bond.
Timothy J. Matheson – 37, Coeur d’Alene, failure to appear/domestic battery, $5,000 bond.
James G. Medrano – 41, Coeur d’Alene, failure to appear/failure to carry driver’s license, providing false info to law enforcement, $500 bond.
Jesse W. Neff – 28, Pinehurst, failure to appear/malicious injury to property, $300 bond.
Wayne L. Newkirk – 44, Coeur d’Alene, failure to appear/battery, open container, $2,500 bond.
Cynthia A. Schaffer – 24, Coeur d’Alene, failure to appear/invalid driver’s license, five days in jail.
Dustin L. Schmidt – 24, Hayden, failure to appear/driving under the influence, $2,000 bond.
Joseph A. Spears – 18, Rathdrum, failure to appear/minor in possession of alcohol, $500 fine.
Jerry A. St. Pierre – 45, Coeur d’Alene, failure to appear/driving under the influence, open container, $10,000 bond.
Steven J. Sullivan – 47, Spirit Lake, failure to appear/driving while suspended (two counts), failure to carry insurance, $5,000 bond.
“Most contempt warrants can be taken care of by contacting the Kootenai County courthouse and paying an outstanding fine. The names of more wanted felons can be found on the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Department Internet home page at
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