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DIVORCES FILED

Michael R. Teague from Carrie A. Teague

Michael A. Briggs from Desirae N. Briggs

Levi A. Borgen from Megan L. Borgen

Ramona R. Stroud from Robert L. Stroud

Steven W. Delcomte from Erika L. Delcomte

Hunkpapa S. OíKeefe from Zane F. Fleury

LAWSUITS

Wells Fargo Bank v. Jessica D. Davis, seeking judgment of $6,816.20

Donald Blaine v. Nancy Larson etal, seeking judgment in excess of $10,000

Ruth A. Brown v. Randy Hayes etal, seeking judgment in excess of $10,000

ATRN Towing and Recovery v. Gerald Harris etal, seeking judgment of $5,000

Cascade Capital LLC v. Michael Therrien etal, seeking judgment of $8,733.76

Christina C. Goold v. Lisa L. Morley etal, seeking judgment in excess of $10,000

Ford Motor Credit company LLC v. Morgan L. Lenox, seeking judgment of $10,757.90

Absolute Resolutions Investments v. Joseph A. Exner, seeking judgment of $12,510.64

North Idaho Credit Corporation v. Andrew L. Wilson, seeking judgment of $5,423.30

North Idaho Credit Corporation v. Kristina Quinonez, seeking judgment of $5,922.87

North Idaho Credit Corporation v. Elizabeth M. Perry, seeking judgment of $53,117.18

SENTENCINGS

Judge Christensen

Joseph M. Harrison, 45, Coeur díAlene: Probation violation, probation revoked imposing previously suspended sentence of three years determinate with credit for time served and three years indeterminate for each concurrent offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or another intoxicating substance, and possession of a controlled substance heroin

Max A. Latimer, 20, Coeur díAlene: Three years determinate and six years indeterminate for sexual abuse of a minor under 16 years of age

Judge Combo

Jedadiah G. Roller, 28, Plummer: 90 days determinate with credit for time served, 85 days suspended, $200 fines and fees and one year probation for malicious injury to property

Robert B. Langdon, 25, Hayden: 180 days determinate with credit for time served, 20 days indeterminate, 139 days suspended and one year probation for malicious injury to property

Judge Luster

Robert J. Farrell-Quigle, 36, Rathdrum: 12 years determinate with credit for time served and 13 years indeterminate for each of two concurrent offenses of lewd conduct with a minor

Judge Peterson

John P. Quitt, 50, Coeur díAlene: 180 days determinate with credit for time served, 20 days indeterminate, 150 days suspended, $1,000 fines and fees and two years probation for each of battery and violating a no contact order; only probation is concurrent

Charles E. Cunningham, 50, Coeur díAlene: 180 days determinate with credit for time served, 20 days indeterminate, $800 fines and fees, $300 suspended and two years probation for domestic violence

Victor J. Gomez, 18, Post Falls: 180 days determinate with credit for time served, 20 days indeterminate, 159 days suspended and two years probation for disturbing the peace

Judge Stow

Michael C. Collins, 41, Athol: 90 days determinate, 85 days suspended, $200 fines and fees and one year probation for petit theft by receiving, possessing or disposing of stolen property

Cara D. Kernodle, 38, Hayden: 365 days determinate with credit for time served, 30 days indeterminate, 325 days suspended, $500 fines and fees, $250 suspended and two years probation for disturbing the peace

Judge Van Valin

John W. Holley, 38, Hayden: 30 days determinate for driving without privileges

Roddy Cordle Jr., 42, Post Falls: Five days determinate and $172.50 fines and fees for driving without privileges

Alexander T. Shydian, 22, Post Falls: 10 days determinate and $300 fines and fees for driving without privileges

Michael J. Adams, 49, Rathdrum: 180 days determinate, 166 days suspended, $152.50 fines and fees and two years probation for an invalid driverís license

Glenn C. Ray, 34, Post Falls: 10 days determinate for willful concealment

Judge Walsh

Daniel R. Wentland, 22, Kellogg: 180 days determinate with credit for time served for probation violation, probation terminated

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