Prosecutor’s Office

Jason L. Harmon, b. 1993, transient-Clarkston. Misdemeanor: possession of drug paraphernalia (Aug. 16).

Linda C. Byes, b. 1960, of St. Maries. Misdemeanor: driving under the influence (Aug. 26).

Crystal R. Dolar, of St. Maries. Felony: possession of meth (Aug. 29).

Steve Ingle, Jr., b. 1980, of Tekoa. Misdemeanor: possession of drug paraphernalia with intent (Aug. 29).

Chevy R. Edmenson, b. 1996, of Post Falls. Felony: domestic battery with traumatic injury. Misdemeanors: battery and driving under the influence (Sept 3).

Randen A. Reeves, b. 1982, of Emida. Felonies: possession of meth and possession of fentanyl. Misdemeanors: possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia with intent and violation of a civil protection order (Sept 5).

Emory R. Reeves, b. 1985, of Spokane Valley. Felony: possession of meth. Misdemeanors: driving without privileges and possession of drug paraphernalia (Sept 4).

Justin B. Odekirk, b. 1985, of St. Maries. Misdemeanors: driving under the influence and possession of drug paraphernalia with intent (Sept 4).

Scott A. Flory, Jr., b. 1985, of Fernwood. Misdemeanors: domestic battery without traumatic injury, false imprisonment (Feb. 19); domestic battery without traumatic injury and malicious injury to property (Sept. 6).

Earle G. Wolfrom, b. 1979, of Coeur d’Alene. Misdemeanors: driving under the influence and leaving the scene (Sept. 5).

Criminal Dispositions

Craig A. Beyer, b. 1991, of Spokane, pled guilty to drug paraphernalia-use or possess with intent to use (MIS). $197.50 cost, 3 days jail (3 days credit) (Sept 1).

Craig A. Beyer, b. 1991, of Spokane, pled guilty to driver’s license or commercial driver’s license violation (MIS) (originally driving without privileges (MIS)). $157.50 cost, 3 days. Jail (3 days credit) (Sept. 1).

Debra Lynn Essary, b. 1960, of St. Maries, pled guilty to drug paraphernalia-use or possess with intent to use (MIS). $197.50 costs (Sept 6).

Rachel Jessica Mello, b. 1996, of Plummer, pled guilty to driving under the influence-second offense (MIS) (originally driving under the influence – third or subsequent offense (FEL)). $2,000 fine (all suspended), $702.50 cost, 360 days jail (238 days suspended, 2 days credit). 1 year suspended driver’s license, 2 years supervised probation (Sept. 6).

Rachel Jessica Mello, b. 1996, of Plummer, pled guilty to driving without privileges (MIS). $1,000 fine (all suspended), $172.50 cost, 180 days jail (178 suspended, 2 days credit), 1 year unsupervised probation (Sept 6).

Civil Court

OneMain Financial Group LLC vs. Denver R. Hendrix and Kyra R. Hendrix, petition granted in the amount of $3,741.90 in favor of OneMain Financial Group LLC (Sept 6).

State of Idaho Department of Health and Welfare vs. Matthew Eugene Hansen and Elizabeth Anne Brebner, cliam granted in favor of State of Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (Sept. 2).

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