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Police blotter

Coeur d’Alene police

Meaghan Cooney reported Saturday the $1,250 theft of stereo equipment and $600 damage to her vehicle at her residence in the 1200 block of East Pennsylvania Avenue.

Brandon Emery reported Friday the $630 theft of his cell phone, cell phone equipment and other personal items from his vehicle at the parking lot in the 200 block of South Third Street.

Douglas Hawkins reported Friday the $2,220 theft of an IBM laptop computer and accessories from his vehicle at the parking lot in the 200 block of South Third Street.

Matthew Harris of Best Food Stop reported Sunday $1,054 damage to the front window and a metal shelf in the 1000 block of Best Avenue.

Kirk Payne of Aspen Sound reported Thursday the $1,700 theft of Alpine and Rockford Fosgate stereos from the business in the 300 block of West Cherry Lane.

Jason Reimer reported Saturday $868 theft of miscellaneous tools and cell phone accessories from his vehicle in the 1800 block of East Boyd Avenue.

Kootenai County sheriff

Melissa Livingston, Post Falls, reported Sunday $800 damage to a green 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe on North Gracie Way in Post Falls.

Bryan Chambers, Hayden Lake, reported Friday the $4,000 theft of a boat dock from Lot No. 14 of North Lakewood Drive in Hayden Lake.

Ruthy Fortman, Post Falls, reported Saturday the $800 damage to a 1998 Chevrolet Blazer and the $1,350 theft of stereo equipment from the vehicle in the 4900 block of 16th Avenue in Post Falls.

Ginger Rivera, Hayden Lake, reported Saturday the $3,030 robbery from her residence at the 1600 block of East Bruce Road in Hayden Lake.

Henry Jessop, Hauser Lake, reported Sunday the $1,200 theft of a 1989 Chevrolet Berr GT from the 11700 block of North Hauser Lake Road in Hauser Lake.

Sharyn Workman, Post Falls, reported Saturday the $3,375 theft of women’s jewelry from her residence on the 3000 block of West Box Canyon Drive in Post Falls.

News of Record

Kootenai County

Criminal sentencings

Judge Scott Wayman

John J. Waco Jr., 20, Hayden; driving without privileges; $500 fine, 30 days in jail, 180 days driver’s license suspension.

Jacob M. Bowman, 19, Coeur d’Alene; driving under the influence; $750 fine, 90 days in jail (80 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, 180 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Jessica C. Olson, 26, Post Falls; battery, amended to disturbing the peace; 30 days in jail.

Judge Benjamin Simpson

Gary L. Berreth, 39, Coeur d’Alene; unlawful entry; 15 days in jail.

Judge Robert Burton

Loraine E. Butler, 31, Post Falls; attempted malicious injury to property; 180 days in jail (171 days suspended), two years probation.

Judge Barry Watson

Leah M. Bealer, 22, Coeur d’Alene; driving without privileges, amended to invalid driver’s license; $200 fine, five days in jail.

Shawn T. Crosby, 31, Coeur d’Alene; driving without privileges; $1,000 fine ($500 suspended), 180 days in jail (174 days suspended) or 24 hours county work program, 180 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Tony A. Favre, 47, Post Falls; driving without privileges, amended to invalid driver’s license; $200 fine, five days in jail.

Alfredo Holguin, 45, Kalispell, Mont.; Count I: driving under the influence; $1,000 fine ($250 suspended), 90 days in jail (85 days suspended) or 16 hours county work program, 90 days driver’s license suspension, two year’s probation. Count II: fail to purchase/invalid driver’s license; $300 fine, one day in jail.

Joseph M. Alves, 37, Coeur d’Alene; carrying concealed weapon without a license; $1,000 fine ($500 suspended), 90 days in jail (86 days suspended) or 16 hours county work program, one year probation.

James C. Metzger, 28, Post Falls; carrying concealed weapon without a license; $1,000 fine ($500 suspended), 90 days in jail (86 days suspended) or 16 hours county work program, one year probation.

Judge Eugene Marano

Carl G. Pitts, 47, Rathdrum; driving without privileges; $1,000 fine ($800 suspended), 180 days in jail (165 days suspended), 180 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Brock W. Cramer, 21, Hayden; possession of marijuana; $1,000 fine ($500 suspended), 365 days in jail (335 days suspended), two years probation.

David M. Newton, 55, Hayden; battery, domestic violence; $1,000 fine ($500 suspended), 180 days in jail (135 days suspended), two years probation.

Civil complaints

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Michelle Cooper, seeking $1,309.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Seila Laititi, seeking $1,868.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Randy Heinemeyer, seeking $3,623.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Stephanie Leddy, seeking $2,285.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. William Raudebaugh Jr. and Karen Raudebaugh, seeking $7,631.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. David Tuttle and Christen Tuttle, seeking $1,007.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Tracy Brandt, seeking $1,032.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Kevin Tyson and Kimberly Tyson, seeking $1,138.

Cari Edmonson v. Nina Brooks, seeking $2,250.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. David Smith, seeking $9,752.

Peterson Enterprises Inc. dba Valley Empire Collection v. Kassandra Hayes, seeking $6,945.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Brock Poole, seeking $9,600.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Tiffany Sain, seeking $2,300.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Steven Taylor, seeking $3,137.

LHR Inc. v. Leland Cuddington, seeking $7,395.

Citibank South Dakota v. Jami Wellman, seeking $1,775.

Capital One Bank v. Susan Holasek, seeking $3,391.

Divorces sought

Tammy Redman from Gary Redman.

David Wilmer from Linda Wilmer.

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