Coeur d’Alene police
Tom Sjoblom, owner of Bestway Buildings, reported Friday the $4,385 theft of tools from a company van while it was parked at a construction site on the 5300 block of Mt. Carroll St.
Trevor Wiseman reported Monday the $1,100 theft of compact discs and a stereo from his pickup while it was parked at his home on the 1200 block of Government Way.
Dennis McGuire reported Saturday the $2,250 theft of power tools and an air compressor from his home on the 800 block of Government Way.
Candice Combs reported Saturday the $300 theft of a Dyno bike from her home on the 1400 block of First St.
Dean Gallinger reported Friday the $2,180 theft of a vacuum cleaner and stereo equipment from his pickup while it was parked at Eagle Hardware, 901 Appleway.
Lonnie Anderson reported Sunday the $1,000 theft of stereo equipment from his home on the 3400 block of Fruitland Drive.
Timothy Cameron, co-owner of Mad Mary’s Restaurant, reported Sunday $800 damage to a sign at the business at 1414 Northwest Blvd.
Christopher Huffman reported Sunday the $7,471 theft of electronics, firearms and miscellaneous items from his home on the 800 block of 16th St.
Norman Bratlie reported Sunday $300 damage to Sunday $300 damage to the window and door of his 1995 Chevrolet pickup while ti was parked at his home on the 900 block of Elm St.
Tina Waterman reported Saturday $450 damage to a tail light and fender panels of a 1986 Honda while it was parked at Tidyman’s, 410 Neider Ave.
Kootenai County sheriff
Jillian Mitchell, Cheney, reported Saturday the $220 theft of a purse and its contents and $100 damage to a window of her car while it was parked at Kelly’s Grand Ole Opry, 6152 Seltice Way.
Richard Thomas, contractor for Thomas Construction, reported March 23 the $1,037 theft of tools from a work site on the 3600 block of Lookout Drive.
James Ford, employee of Farragut Storage, reported Thursday $450 damage to walls and a chainlink fence at the business at 6440 Trinity Lane.
Post Falls police
Mary Rayniak, Liberty Lake, reported Tuesday $400 damage to the rear window of her car while it was parked at Ponderosa Elementary School, 2800 Ponderosa Boulevard.
Manual Silva, Post Falls, reported Monday the $478 theft of a CD player and compact discs from a car while it was parked on the 200 block of 19th Avenue.
David Hammond, Post Falls, reported Wednesday $400 damage to the rear window and dash of his car while it was parked on the 1600 block of Pine St.
NEWS OF RECORD
Driftwood Homeowners Association and Driftwood Condominium Board of Managers vs. Larry and Princess Schalo and Penelope Wood, seeking $5,273.
Roy and Martha Eachon vs. David and Maria Marley, Irene Stubbs, and Donald and Bernie Lapham, seeking $41,081.
Sandpoint Credit Bureau vs. Michael and Melissa Veitch, seeking $1,176.
Priest River Land Co. vs. Sun Rental Center Inc., seeking an amount to be proved in court.
First Security Bank N.A. vs. Paul Flory, seeking $8,680.
Howell International Inc. vs. Terry Pomerinke, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Stephanie Hoffstee vs. Julia Durrant, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
David Brown from Julia Meredith.
Louis Hays from Cathy Hays.
Miriam (Boone) Trouten from Jack Trouten.
Victoria Tilton from Daniel Tilton.
Karla Mitchell from Keith Mitchell.
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