Coeur d’Alene police
Nichole Koski reported Thursday the $5,080 theft of cash and jewelry from her home on the 3100 block of West Kathy Loop.
Brett Andra, Walsburg, Utah, reported Thursday the $3,050 theft of a wallet, cash and credit cards from A & D Mini Mart/Conoco, 356 E. Appleway Ave.
Crystal Owens reported Thursday the $635 theft of a cellphone, purse and contents from her 2006 Dodge Stratus parked at Skate Plaza, 5685 N. Pioneer Drive.
Kootenai County sheriff
Andrew Adams, Hayden, reported Thursday the $490 theft of stereo equipment from his 1987 Volvo parked at his home on the 700 block of East Shiloh Loop.
Jason Peppin, Coeur d’Alene, reported Thursday the theft of a 1999 Jeep Cherokee of undetermined value from Panhandle Health District, 8500 N. Atlas Road, Hayden.
News of record
Judge Penny Friedlander
Dawn R. Milem, 37, Rathdrum; Count I: battery; $600 fine ($300 suspended), restitution to be determined, 180 days in jail (140 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, 30 days unscheduled jail time. Count II: battery; $600 fine ($300 suspended), restitution to be determined, 180 days in jail (140 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, 30 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Dean Swanson, seeking $1,806.
Peterson Enterprises Inc., dba Valley Empire Collection v. David Williams, seeking $1,095.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Miranda Mettler, seeking $4,828.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Nicole Bell, aka Nicole Viernes, seeking $1,507.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Augusto Mendoza and Neida Mendoza, seeking $1,815.
Potlatch Federal Credit Union v. Joshua Bice, seeking $2,094.
Northwest Management Property LLC v. Winston Savory, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Idaho State Industrial Commission v. Rocky’s Body Shop and Towing Inc. and Nasser Shadman, seeking $5,900.
American Express Centurion Bank v. Natalie Spiller, seeking $14,568.
Dale and Daylene Ure v. Coinuts Inc. and Kevin and Sara Mitchell, plaintiff awarded $6,201.
Robert Gust Sr. v. Troy Rosemark, plaintiff awarded $1,131.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Stanley Salois, plaintiff awarded $1,642.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Christopher Walcott, plaintiff awarded $1,970.
Larry J. Mitcham, of Post Falls, and Deborah L. Hodges, of Idaho Falls.
Casy L. Pinter and Deana M. Lish, both of Sandpoint.
Jonathan P. Ream and Toni M. Bailey, both of Rathdrum.
Michael A. Schueller and Carrie A. Bassett, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Simon C. Taberham, of Brisbane, Australia, and Carissa G. Vera, of Coeur d’Alene.
Carl W. Turchik and Lori A. Nelson, both of Post Falls.
Heather C. Richison from Robert N. Richison.
Christopher R. Day from Dru K. Dupuis Day.
Amber D. Brennan from Jeffrey J. Brennan.
Shaunna O. Nazemi from Peter Nazemi.
Rebecca M. Johnson from Richard L. Johnson.
Patrick T. Gooch from Kimberly A. Gooch.
Maurica L. Lowery from William M. Lowery.
Michelle L. Schoen from Samuel P. Schoen.
Emily L. Patton from Glenn M. Patton.
Thomas W. Schoening from Roberta A. Schoening.
Filings from March 8-13.
Chapter 7 (liquidation petitions)
Jesse A. Carey, dba Money’s Worth Construction, Careywood, debts of $224,941.
Cynthia R. Caldwell, Post Falls, debts of $162,892.
Caroline K. Camburn, aka Carolyn K. Severson, aka Callie K. Camburn, Hayden, debts of $31,117.
Jeri N. Tipton, fka Jeri St. Sauver, Rathdrum, debts of $39,157.
George H. and Stormy S. Heninger, Athol, debts of $28,672.
Erika L. Umphenour, Post Falls, debts of $70,845.
Sara M. Landis, Ponderay, debts of $42,721.
Renee L. Sleezer, Osburn, debts of $154,783.
Debra C. Westbrook, aka Debra C. Creamer, Hayden, debts of $29,371.
Jason K. and Jamee L. Pope, St. Maries, debts of $214,848.
Melyssa L. Cahill, fka Melyssa L. Horner, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $70,983.
Chapter 13 (wage-earner petitions)
Glenda M. Clark, Pinehurst, debts of $57,555.
Bruce F. and Kathy L. Pagano, Post Falls, debts of $66,512.
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