Brandon C. Manson and Tanya L. Dehart, both of Post Falls.
In the courts
Numerica Credit Union v. Scott Ingram, money claimed owed.
Tina Roberts v. Julie Potts, restitution of premises.
William Luke et al. v. George W. Ramsey, restitution of premises.
Rifat Aktimur v. Loyd Farmer, restitution of premises.
Robert Mather v. Clyde Wilson, restitution of premises.
Lori J. Kunicki v. Nicole Hansen, restitution of premises.
Discover Bank v. Teresa L. Wood, money claimed owed.
Discover Bank v. Cindy Fogle, money claimed owed.
Discover Bank v. Conrad W. Kovash, money claimed owed.
Daniel Lou Meksch v. Yolanda M. Smith, seeking damages for injuries from a vehicle collision.
Marion McCullough v. Randy Budau et al., restitution of premises.
Harlan Douglass v. Rachel J. Murphy et al., complaint for fraud, embezzlement, conversion by theft, breach of fiduciary duty, equitable accounting constructive trust, restitution and unjust enrichment.
Country Homes Realty LLC v. Joshua Skog et al., restitution of premises.
Marriage dissolutions granted
Barry, Carl and Lorri
Holland, William A., and Lovato, Andrew R.
Yefremov, Jessica, and Stiner, Joshua
Mahan, Adare and Christopher
Smith, Ruby L. and Matthew T.
Knutson, Shannon and Brian
Villahermosa, Keila V., and Botai, Peter D.
Kelsey, Natalie C., and Benson, Ryan N.
Walker, James E. and Trishell L.
Mitrovich, Linda L. and Svetislav
Judge Harold D. Clarke III
Roy A. Wells, 50; 29.75 months in a prison-based alternative, 29.75 months probation, after being found guilty of two counts of second-degree burglary.
Judge Timothy B. Fennessy
Tishawn M. Winborne, 40; 24 months in prison, after pleading guilty to two counts of attempt to elude a police vehicle.
Damien J. Esparza, 25; 39 days in jail with credit given for 39 days served, two years probation, after pleading guilty to fourth-degree assault-domestic violence and violation of order.
Judge John O. Cooney
Matthew R. Descamps, 61; $660 restitution, one day in jail with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to second-degree malicious mischief and fourth-degree assault.
Donald R. Stamper, 58; $2,525 restitution, six months in jail, after pleading guilty to two counts of second-degree malicious mischief.
Jacob J. Ellison, 28; $611 restitution, 58 days in jail with credit given for 58 days served, after being found guilty of third-degree malicious mischief.
Judge Kevin Korsmo
Jamison J. Campbell Sr., 37; 23 days in jail with credit given for 23 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.
Nicholas F. Zielke, 25; 43 months in prison, after pleading guilty to possession of a stolen motor vehicle.
Brian N. Olson, 34; 33 months in prison, after pleading guilty to threats to bomb or injure property.
Brandon O. Powell, 23; four months in jail, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance and attempt to elude a police vehicle.
Judge Tracy Staab
Joshua A. Berg, 31; $4,517 restitution, 29 months in prison, after pleading guilty to attempt to elude a police vehicle.
Terral R.A. Lewis, 20; 99 days in jail with credit given for 99 days served, 12 months probation, after pleading guilty to violation of order and criminal mischief.
Mario E. Martinez aka Mario U. Martinez, 49; 93 days in jail, after pleading guilty to third-degree retail theft with special/extenuating circumstances.
Donald E. Tibbitts, 51; 50 days in jail, after pleading guilty to violation of order.
Municipal and District courts
Only fines of $500 or more included unless a jail sentence is given.
Judge Tracy Staab
Jason A. Raling, 33; $375 fine, three days in jail, reckless driving.
Judge Donna Wilson
Todd E. Miller, 46; 45 days in jail with credit given for 18 days served, 24 months probation, third-degree theft.
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