Coeur d’Alene police
James Hurdle reported Friday the $10,230 theft of a 2012 Honda CRF250X, aluminum ramps, generator and chain saw from his home on the 1900 block of West Appleway Avenue.
Aaron Robb, owner of Iron Horse Restaurant and Bar, reported Friday the $4,800 theft of a credit card machine and unauthorized transactions charged to the business at 407 E. Sherman Ave.
Michael Leach reported Saturday the $300 theft of a chain saw from his home on the 1200 block of East Mullan Avenue.
Gerald Cookson reported Saturday the $3,930 theft of a paraglider, motor, gas can and tools from the 1800 block of West Tilford Lane in the Riverstone Park area.
Thomas Fisher reported Saturday the $25,000 theft of a 2003 Cadillac Escalade from the 1400 block of East Front Avenue.
Matthew Westray reported Sunday the $7,550 theft of a Wii gaming system and accessories, cash, laptop computer, jewelry, digital camera and video camera from his home on the 3900 block of North 22nd Street.
Kootenai County sheriff
Paul Mitchell, Hayden, reported Wednesday the $850 theft of three rifles and a pistol from his home on the 900 block of East Loch Maree Drive.
Edward Berry, Athol, reported Thursday the $800 theft of a chain saw from his home on the 29000 block of North Old Highway 9.
Carla Rassemier, Cataldo, reported Thursday the $465 theft of a bicycle from the intersection of South Cataldo Drive and East Canyon Road in Cataldo.
Deonne Moe, Spokane, reported Friday the $4,940 theft of a riding lawnmower, tools, auto battery and two motorcycles from a home on the 25000 block of South Drechsel Road in Worley.
John Reynolds, Hayden, reported Friday the $550 theft of a visor and $4,000 damage to the roof of his 1998 Ford F150 pickup parked at his home on the 8000 block of North Marabou Drive.
News of Record
Judge Clark Peterson
Luke C. George, 26, Coeur d’Alene; disturbing the peace; $300 fine, five days in jail or 40 hours county work program.
Juan C. Ramirez-Najera, 31, Spokane Valley; invalid driver’s license; 69 days in jail (credited).
Taki Ah-Hee, 22, Hayden; misdemeanor probation violation; 111 days in jail (20 days credited).
Judge Lansing Haynes
Victorino Zavala, 32, Sunnyside, Wash.; felony trafficking in methamphetamine/ amphetamine; nine year determinate penitentiary time (credit for time served), three years indeterminate penitentiary time, $10,000 fine.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. Anthony Zito and Renae Zito, seeking $1,445.
North Idaho Credit Corp v. Kaela Rutkowski, seeking $6,533.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. David Arnold and Shelly Arnold, seeking $1,388.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. Brennan McCown and Kristy McCown, seeking $4,199.
North Idaho Credit Corp v. Mariah Villanpando, seeking $2,260.
North Idaho Credit Corp v. Vicki Shingelton, seeking $2,593.
North Idaho Credit Corp v. Alexis Raynor, seeking $1,861.
Peterson Enterprises Inc., dba Valley Empire Collection v. Lorinda Bauer and Jeremiah Bauer, seeking $1,016.
American Express Bank FSB v. Sherry Benyola, seeking $10,244.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. Phillip Trapp and Cathy Trapp, seeking $2,012.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. Jeremy Cowperthwaite and Denise Cowperthwaite, seeking $1,128.
Equable Ascent Financial LLC v. Jeff Barner, plaintiff awarded $1,706.
Midland Funding LLC v. Michelle Jurgens, plaintiff awarded $3,102.
North Idaho Credit Corp v. Tab Moe, plaintiff awarded $3,105.
American Express Bank FSB v. Keith Hertel, plaintiff awarded $38,250.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. Randy Sink.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. Travis Jank and Allsion Jank.
Sarah N. Brunko from Bryce A. Brunko
Chris W. Willoughby from Sharon L. Willoughby.
Renee M. Odom from Jamie D. Odom.
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