Coeur d’Alene police
Dan Ross, employee of Inland Construction, reported Wednesday the $3,300 theft of six garbage disposals, a washer, dryer, refrigerator, dishwasher, video camera and light fixtures from a construction site at 3594 N. Cedarblom St.
Charles Mendoza reported Tuesday the $6,500 theft of a 2001 Polaris ATV from his home on the 3700 block of East Sky Harbor Drive.
Kootenai County sheriff
Ronald Louvier, Bayview, reported Thursday the $1,700 theft of an air compressor and tools from a 2001 Chevrolet pickup parked at Coeur d’Alene Auto Care, 10328 N. Government Way, Hayden.
Jeffrey Twining, Liberty Lake, reported Wednesday the $580 theft of luggage, shoes, a bicycle, fishing tackle and household items from a storage unit on West Prairie Avenue in Hauser Lake.
News of record
Judge Barry Watson
Jude A. Hughes, 41, St. Maries; reckless driving; $600 fine, 180 days in jail (160 days suspended, 20 days credited), two years probation.
Caleb A. Willette, 20, Coeur d’Alene; possession of a controlled substance; $1,000 fine ($500 suspended), $100 restitution to state lab, 180 days in jail (170 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, two years probation.
Alicia N. Ferguson, 21, Post Falls; misdemeanor probation violation; 146 days in jail (51 days suspended).
Discover Bank v. Teresa Curless and David Curless, seeking $8,027.
Peterson Enterprises Inc., dba Valley Empire Collection v. Robert Roe II, seeking $2,126.
Peterson Enterprises Inc., dba Valley Empire Collection v. Leslie Amende, seeking $1,332.
Peterson Enterprises Inc., dba Valley Empire Collection v. Shane Mock, seeking $1,704.
Curtis and Valerie Kastens v. Kootenai Hospital District, aka Kootenai Health, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Catherine Solomon v. Bob Hickman and Tara Hickman, plaintiff awarded $3,921.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Richard Fristoe, plaintiff awarded $3,831.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Carletta Riley Castillo and Ricardo Castillo, plaintiff awarded $3,118.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Timothy and Sara Eberly.
Unifund CCR Partners v. Melissa Bennett.
John Thornton v. Thomas Breazeal.
Patricia D. Moore from Stephen Murray.
Filings from Dec. 24-Jan. 2.
Chapter 7 (liquidation petitions)
James M. and Alexis J. Newman, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $233,798.
Kathleen L. Brandt, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $190,668.
Ellen J. Covill, dba Ellen Jo Valenzuela, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $206,355.
Abigail M. Faux, aka Abigail M. Guilford, aka Abby Faux, fdba Advance Childcare, aka Abigail M. Sigman, Sandpoint, debts of $186,632.
Gabrielle M. Huguenin, Sandpoint, debts unspecified.
David J. and Stacy L. Hartman, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $239,970.
David D. and Cathlene C. Renner, Cataldo, debts of $138,853.
Michelle D. Murillo, aka Michelle D. Atienza, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $29,257.
Daniel W. and Marie A. Stillman, Coeur d’Alene, debts unspecified.
Bruce F. Spencer, Post Falls, debts of $325,470.
Jeannene Chirst, aka Jeannene Christ-Bussey, Athol, debts of $221,875.
Lisa R. Lewis, Rathdrum, debts of $361,344.
Jamey D. Parks, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $44,638.
Rodger R. Rawls, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $45,621.
Jonathan R. Packer, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $65,513.
Chapter 13 (wage-earner petitions)
Thomas W. Rowan II, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $15,743.
Anthony J. Ferro, Post Falls, debts unspecified.
Ronald C. and Karen J. Garrett, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $430,664.
Ricky G. and Lisejean A. Freed, Athol, debts of $330,127.
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