Coeur d’Alene police
Jon Allen reported Monday the $600 theft of tools from his home on the 1100 block of West Marie Avenue.
Joseph Anchondo reported Monday the $2,260 theft of jewelry and cash from his home on the 5900 block of North Parkwood Circle.
Brent Kaufman, owner of TKS Painting, reported Monday the $874 theft of an airless paint sprayer from the business at 183 W. Haycraft Ave.
Kootenai County sheriff
Patrick Mavick, address unavailable, reported Friday the $400 theft of a stereo from his boat at Harborview Marina in Bayview.
Calvin Nolan, Bayview, reported Friday the $500 theft of binoculars from his boat at Boileau’s G Dock at Bayview Marina.
Curt Anderson, Coeur d’Alene, reported Friday the $1,950 theft of fishing tackle from his boat at Boileau’s G Dock at Bayview Marina.
Michael Medlock, Post Falls, reported Friday the $690 theft of a Nintendo DS, tools, jewelry and DVDs from his home on the 1500 block of East. Poleline Avenue.
Steven Walk, Pullman, reported Friday the $8,000 theft of a kneeboard, tools, electronics, food and miscellaneous items from property on the 1100 block of West Conkling Road, Worley.
Travis Brant, Coeur d’Alene, reported Saturday the $350 theft of a tailgate from his 1995 Ford pickup parked on the 400 block of South Kingfisher Court.
Teresa Hooker, Hayden, reported Monday the $3,850 theft of jewelry and coins and $200 damage to a door of her home on the 4800 block of East Hooker Hill Road.
Derrick Hansen, Spirit Lake, reported Monday the $500 theft of a chain saw from his home on the 4400 block of West Fernan Drive.
Shawn Gesinger, Athol, reported Sunday the $750 theft of a firearm from his 2006 Ford Focus parked at Pastime Club, 5487 E. Highway 54 in Athol.
Heidi Hunt, Hayden, reported Tuesday the $300 theft of a pistol from her home on the 4600 block of East Hudlow Road.
Diann Brillon, Hayden, reported Tuesday the $600 theft of a pistol and $300 damage to a door of a home on the 19000 block of North Glacial Ridge Street.
James Ferguson, Hayden, reported Tuesday the $4,800 theft of a pontoon boat from a home on the 35000 block of East Hayden Lake Road.
Curt Bailey, owner of Bailey Foundations, reported Tuesday the $1,575 theft of tools from a work site on the 4500 block of West Flatwoods Loop in Rathdrum.
Samuel Crawford, Coeur d’Alene, reported Tuesday the $460 theft of sunglasses from his 2006 Toyota Avalon parked at his home on the 100 block of East Hazelwood Drive.
Lyle Rothenberg, Post Falls, reported Oct. 4 the $355 theft of a jacket and $100 damage to a window of his 1996 Subaru Legacy parked at Ace Hardware, 196 W. Hayden Ave.
News of record
ACS Inc. of Idaho v. Joshua Payton, seeking $2,068.
Troy Baldwin v. Gerald Erickson, seeking $5,000.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Debra Riordan, plaintiff awarded $1,477.
Midland Funding LLC v. Beth Prichard, plaintiff awarded $1,743.
Peterson Enterprises Inc., dba Valley Empire Collection v. Robert Sisson Jr., plaintiff awarded $1,267.
Order for change of name
Kristie Lynn Hammeren, order for change to Kristie Lynn Farr.
Michele R. Burruss from Peter R. Henderson.
Shauna L. Shaw from William E. Shaw.
Judith S. Stamm from Fred W. Stamm.
Filings from Sept. 8-13.
Chapter 7 (liquidation petitions)
Seth P. and Erica J. Speakman, aka Erica J. Leitz, Plummer, debts of $131,511.
James L. Rogers and Masako N. Davis, aka Masako Rogers, Hayden, debts of $133,258.
David G. and Janet M. Perrins, Priest River, debts of $160,831.
Kimberly J. Sobota, Hayden, debts of $193,660.
Matthew and Roni Melton, Hayden, debts of $650,312.
Jacob P. Robison, Hayden, debts unspecified.
Shannan L. Severson, Sagle, debts of $61,742.
Robert L. and Sonya F. Day, Post Falls, debts of $110,589.
Stanley W. Haller, Harrison, debts of $226,288.
Arthur G. Turner, Hayden, debts of $238,705.
Phillip D. and Sharon L. Richardson, Post Falls, debts of $45,155.
Chapter 13 (wage-earner petitions)
Kelly B. Wilson, Post Falls, debts of $168,667.
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