Coeur d’Alene Police
Chester Morris, reported Monday the $350 theft of a .22 Ruger Mark II pistol from the 1400 block of North Ninth Street.
Kootenai County sheriff
Christina Johnson, Coeur d’Alene, reported Tuesday the $427 theft of cash from her wallet in the parking lot of Albertsons on the 100 block of West Prairie Avenue in Hayden.
Ronald W. Macdonald, Coeur d’Alene, reported Tuesday the $15,055 theft of jewelry and cash from the 12000 block of East Alder Creek Road in Coeur d’Alene.
Guillermo Nevarez, Post Falls, reported Tuesday the $8,600 theft of an asphalt blower, an asphalt line painter and a crack melter from his business on the 3000 block of West Lark Avenue in Post Falls.
Michael Walker, of Hayden, owner of R and J Vending, reported Monday the $799 theft of a candy vending machine from the 5000 block of East 16th Street in Post Falls.
Robert Roundtree, Rathdrum, reported Tuesday the $600 theft of computer games from the 26000 block of North Cedar Ridge Lane in Rathdrum.
News of record
Judge Benjamin Simpson
Patricia A. Flor, 64, Coeur d’Alene; driving under the influence; $1,000 fine ($250 suspended), 90 days in jail (80 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, 90 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.
Bradley S. Silva, 49, Rathdrum; driving under the influence; $750 fine, 180 days in jail (160 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, 90 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.
Nestor C. Ronquillo, 24, Coeur d’Alene; driving under the influence (excessive); 40 days in jail, 365 days driver’s license suspension.
John E. Argow, 32, Hayden; driving under the influence; $750 fine, 180 days in jail (175 days suspended) or 24 hours county work program, 90 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.
Gorden D. Newman, 44, Post Falls; driving under the influence amended to reckless driving; 30 days in jail.
Judge James Stow
Kenneth W. Koehler, 23, Post Falls; petit theft, amended to disturbing the peace; $500 fine ($250 suspended), 90 days in jail (75 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, two years probation.
Chapman Financial Services Inc v. Amanda Johnson and Luis Hoil, plaintiff seeking $4,210.
Chapman Financial Services Inc v. Easter Eberly and Lucas Eberly, plaintiff seeking $2,115.
Chapman Financial Services Inc v. Kevin Forell, plaintiff seeking $4,835.
Chapman Financial Services Inc v. Kristen Gessner, plaintiff seeking $1,858.
Chapman Financial Services Inc v. Kristina Denney, plaintiff seeking $2,640.
FIA Card Services v. Charlotte Mantia, plaintiff seeking $2,887.
Paul Keiper and Becky Keiper v. Chad Yochum and Eric Kiser, plaintiff seeking $11,303.
Hayden Les Schwab Tire Center v. Nate Toombs, plaintiff seeking $1,119.
Roland Maatz and Donna Maatz v. Rodney Abey, plaintiff seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Bank of America v. Roshawn Fields, plaintiff seeking $1,562.
American General Finance v. Vera Gress and Christopher Branson, plaintiff seeking $2,166.
Jamie Lenz v. William Babor and Tina Babor, plaintiff seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Cary Stone v. Joel Kaspick, plaintiff seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Branch Banking and Trust Co. v. Crystle Rittenour, plaintiff seeking $15,634.
Dean E. Migliore from Teesha Migliore.
Kelley D. Pahl from Megan M. Pahl.
Kari J. Henley from Acie E. Henley III.
Kelly Stiner from Tommy J. Stiner Jr.
Chad A. Bennett from Michelle R. Bennett.
Crystal-May F. Bobella from Cory A. Bobella.
Richard M. Gilfillan from Jacklyn D. Gilfillan.
Deborah J. Myles from Robert C. Myles III.
Jason R. Usher I. from Jill M. Usher.
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