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Police blotter

Coeur d’Alene police

Michael Marquardt reported Saturday the $3,230 theft of communication diagnostic tools, a laptop docking station, and voice mail system from his 2002 GMC Sierra pickup parked at Red Lobster, 212 W. Neider Ave.

Sara Fladeland reported Friday the $2,295 theft of a computer and camera from her home on the 2500 block of W. Pocono Court.

Tearsa Hutcheson reported Friday the $626 theft of goods and services when unauthorized charges were made to her credit card.

Kootenai County sheriff

Gloria Culver, Coeur d’Alene, reported Thursday the $204,000 theft of 40 rifles and a 2005 Polaris ATV from her home on the 6400 block of S. Greensferry Road.

Michael Swearingen, Hayden, reported Saturday the $700 theft of a CD player from a 1993 Jeep parked at his home on the 900 block of W. Wyoming Avenue.

Eric Nichols, Hayden, reported Saturday the $1,200 theft of an iPod, DVDs, ring and video camera from his home on the 10000 block of N. Krest Street.

Shawn Rodda, Hayden, reported Friday the $900 theft of a plasma-screen television from his home on the 9900 block of N. Hillview Lane.

Keith Williams, Athol, reported Sunday the $499 theft of tools and gasoline from his home on the 2800 block of E. Susan Avenue.

Amber Halverson reported Thursday the $779 theft of a laptop computer from her 1997 Toyota Camry parked at A-Z Smokeshop, 7200 W. Seltice Way.

Beverly Nagel, Rathdrum, reported Thursday the $2,500 theft of three rings from her home on the 2900 block of W. state Highway 53.

James Cotter, Hayden, reported Thursday the $1,400 theft of stereo equipment from a boat at a home on the 7800 block of E. Gem Shores Road near Hayden.

Paulette Strickland, owner of Patchwork Pony, reported Saturday the $500 theft of cash from the business at 190 W. Hayden Ave.

Lindell Edmonds, Hayden, reported Saturday the $2,220 theft of a generator and wallet containing cash and personal items from his home on the 16000 block of N. Marble Lane.

Jennifer Borley, Post Falls, reported Friday the $1,095 theft of two laptop computers, a Sony PlayStation console and game, and computer monitor from her home on the 1800 block of E. Prairie View Drive.

Jerry Long, Hayden, reported Sunday the $400 theft of a chain saw, tools, radio scanner, and DVDs from his home on the 1300 block of W. Dakota Avenue.

News of record

Criminal sentencings

Judge Fred Gibler

Adam G. Kiel, 18, Rathdrum; Count I: domestic battery; $500 fine, 180 days in jail (165 days suspended) or 15 hours county work program, two years probation. Count II: domestic assault; 180 days in jail (165 days suspended) or 15 hours county work program, two years probation.

Judge Lansing Haynes

Dale F. Crooks, 26, Post Falls; use or possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use; $500 fine, 180 days in jail (suspended).

Judge Robert Caldwell

Ralph W. Peterson, 53, Post Falls; driving under the influence; $1,000 fine ($250 suspended), 180 days in jail (170 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, 90 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Raymond H. Lowley III, 31, Plummer; disturbing the peace; $500 fine ($400 suspended), 180 days in jail (166 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, two years probation.

Keith A. Kramer, 36, Hayden; misdemeanor probation violation; 20 days in jail or proof completion of Alcohol Drug Instruction School.

Judge Penny Friedlander

Dossa R. Hayward Jr., 50, Coeur d’Alene; misdemeanor probation violation; 180 days in jail.

Conrad E. Paull, 48, Rathdrum; Count I: misdemeanor probation violation; 70 days in jail (credited). Count II: driving without privileges; $2,000 fine ($1,250 suspended), one year in jail (275 days suspended, 70 days credited), two years driver’s license suspension, two years probation.

Civil complaints

American Express Bank FSB v. Ken Burcl, seeking $3,963.

LVNV Funding LLC v. Jeff McIntyre, seeking $4,958.

LVNV Funding LLC v. Arreen Miller, seeking $6,352.

Spokane Merchants Association, dba NACM Inland Northwest v. MBG Trucking Inc., and Mark and Brandy Gamet, seeking $14,680.

Capital One Bank USA v. Joni Noesen, seeking $1,175.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Carol Irby, aka Carol Wart, seeking $1,732.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Kevin Schmadeka and Angela Schmadeka, seeking $1,645.

Cyrus Ghodsee v. Leo Saunders and Joyce Saunders, seeking $2,949.

Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co. of Idaho v. Shellie Floyd, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Civil judgments

State of Idaho Industrial Commission v. High Wing Construction Inc., Robert Guindon and Donna Guindon, plaintiff awarded $3,800.

Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. David and Dennis Geer, plaintiff awarded $1,331.

Holly Childers v. Brandon Martin, plaintiff awarded $1,041.

Arrow Financial Services LLC v. Dustin Lyons, plaintiff awarded $8,071.

Donna Sorenson v. Robert Mason, plaintiff awarded $2,226.

ACS Inc. of Idaho v. 440 Investors LLC, aka 440 Partners LLC, plaintiff awarded $12,313.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Angie Means, plaintiff awarded $20,366.

Peterson Enterprises Inc., dba Valley Empire Collection v. Jeana Anthony, plaintiff awarded $1,397.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Kamella Berry, aka Kamella Pursel, plaintiff awarded $2,214.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Wayne Shipley and Susan Shipley, plaintiff awarded $1,049.

Divorces sought

Rhonda D. McQuarrie from Gregory M. McQuarrie.

Bridget M. Parent from David T. Parent.

Divorces granted

Rick J. Bowles from Jennifer Goodrich Bowles.

Katie R. Knapp from Trenton W. Knapp.

Stephanie D. Bogar from Ricky A. Bogar.

Tammey E. Huisingh from Michael A. Huisingh.

Ruth A. Shove from Darin L. Shove.

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