Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Idaho County District Court
Judge Michael J. Griffin
Magistrate Jeff Payne
Leta J. Akins, two counts of grand theft, $240.50, $45,000 restitution, 2 years determinate time, 3 years indeterminate time, retained jurisdiction.
Brandy A. Lilly, 38, drug paraphernalia, use or possess with intent to use, $500, $250 suspended, 6 month probation; failure to appear for misdemeanor citation, $152.50, $60 restitution, 2 days in jail.
Charles D. Lunger, 65, DUI, $1,000, $200 restitution, driver’s license suspended for 180 days, 180 days in jail.
Cameron Corn, minor, Idaho Fish and Game - hunt - unlawful taking of game animals, birds or furbearers, $400, $40 suspended, $595 restitution, hunting license suspended for 1 year, 12 months probation.
Gregory M. Corn, 24, Idaho Fish and Game - hunt - unlawful taking of game animals, birds or furbearers, $400, $40 suspended, $595 restitution, hunting license suspended for 1 year, 12 months probation, 10 days in jail, 10 days suspended.
Ryan P. Turner, 31, DUI, disposition withheld.
Karla Jean McLean, 50, disturbing the peace, $200.
Anthony Ricardo, 29, DUI, disposition withheld.
Troy Dean Rose, 46, operate vehicle when unsafe or improperly equipped, $67.
Jason A. Logan, 36, no contact order violation, $500, $300 suspended, $120 restitution, 12 months probation, 60 days in jail, 55 days suspended; resisting or obstructing officers, $200, 12 months probation, 30 days in jail, 25 days suspended.
Karl Eric Pollan, 45, disturbing the peace, $152.50.
Tanner J. Fogleman, 22, Idaho Fish and Game - game tags - fail to validate or attach to carcass, $185.
Christopher Glenn Johnson, 33, disturbing the peace - willfully disturbs neighborhood, $200, $60 restitution, 6 months probation, 10 days in jail, 10 days suspended.
Samantha J. Chaplain, minor, failure to provide proof of vehicle insurance, $136.50.
Michael J. Bagdons, minor, parking, stopping or standing vehicle - on sidewalk, $46.50.
Ryan Joseph Chicane, 33, dog at large, $82; fail to license dog, $82.
Joseph H. Meza, 30, motor carrier - vehicle - over length violations, $271.
Matthew Daniel Matalamaki, 31, failure to provide proof of vehicle insurance, $131.50.
Loretta D. Harper, 49, driving - stop sign - fail to stop and/or yield from, $90.
Erik L. Whitcomb, 30, failure to register vehicle annually, $67.
Helen M. Rowland, 44, driving - turning movements and required signals - fail to signal unsafe lane change, $90.
Speeding: Dennis G. Karrick, 43, 62/50, $90. James F. Ball, 65, 78/65, $90. Kyle J. Bruegeman, 21, 75/65, $90. Maxwell B. Gaughran, 23, 80/65, $90. William S. Remillard, 53, 83/65, $155. Craig R. Alexander, 63, 75/65, $90. Christopher R. Borger, 35, 78/65, $90. Daniel R. Leonard, minor, 80/65, $90.
Outsource Receivables Management vs. Brent W. Keck, civil, judgment in favor of plaintiff in the amount of $3,044.59 on Jan. 6.
Cavalry SPV1, LLC vs. Norm and Mary E. Meyers, civil, judgment in favor of plaintiff in the amount of $3,062.38 on Jan. 6.
Credit Bureau of Lewiston Clarkston, Inc., vs. Pamela M. Reeves, civil, judgment in favor of plaintiff in the amount of $8,017.64 on Jan. 3.
Capital One Bank, NA vs. Dean Haller, civil, judgment in favor of plaintiff in the amount of $2,794.56 on Dec. 31, 2013.
NCO Financial Systems, Inc., vs. Gary and April C. Ream, civil, judgment in favor of plaintiff in the amount of $3,302.11 on Dec.31, 2013.
Peterson Enterprises, Inc., vs. Marlys R. and George Allen Moore, civil, judgment in favor of plaintiff in the amount of $1,157 on Dec. 31, 2013.
Judy Gehring vs. Thomas Gehring, decree of divorce on Jan. 3.
Bruce Edward Finnel, Jr. of Kooskia and Samantha Jane Barrett of Grangeville.
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