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Police Blotter

Coeur d’Alene police

Linda Panabaker reported Wednesday the $12,000 theft of a 1996 GMC Sierra parked on the corner of Garden Avenue and Northwest Boulevard.

Kootenai County sheriff

Michael Zahn, Post Falls, reported Thursday the $505 theft of tools from a 1992 Nissan pickup parked at his home on the 3600 block of Echo Drive.

Aloma Cordoza, Rathdrum, reported Thursday $1,500 damage to the paint of her 2000 Chevrolet pickup parked at Susie’s Bar and Grill, 10325 N. Government Way.

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Kootenai County

Civil complaints

Brent Byers and Yvonne Byers v. Daniel Torres and Carla Torres, seeking $1,925.

Rome Finance Inc. v. Paul Best, seeking $2,862.

Scott Jinkens v. Pete Castro and Katie McNinch, seeking $1,430.

University Appliance v. Gerald Wilson, seeking $1,397.

Marriage licenses

Martin Sandberg and Bethany Danish, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Leslie Adams and Emily Applegate, both of Hayden.

Michael Gray and Megan Carpenter, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Darrel Stevens and Teresa Moreland, both of Rathdrum.

James Stuart and Carol Townsend, both of Athol.

Edward Walker and Elissa Robbins, both of Hope.

Michael Wilfong and Dawn Jones, both of Post Falls.

Frederick Goodwin and Lisa Weimer, both of Rathdrum.

Joshua Munsey and Jessica Bolt, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Dale Messier and Cindy Hall, both of Blanchard.

Troy Brantley and Bridget Burger, both of Post Falls.

Delbert Johnson and Sara Thompson, both of Post Falls.

Christopher Berger and Stacey Patterson, both of Hayden.

Marvin Schmidt and Linda Jenicek, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Kyle Lonn and Marci Walson, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Isaiah Rhoden and Sarah Lavin, both of Coeur d’Alene.

Divorces sought

Robert Townsend from Beverly Townsend.

Divorces granted

Amber Adams from Casey Adams.

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