Coeur d’Alene police
Brian Johnson, employee of Granite Enterprises, reported Thursday the $5,200 theft of tools from a work site at Lake City High School, 6101 N. Ramsey Road.
News of record
Judge Robert Burton
Peter R. Danforth Jr., 57, Coeur d’Alene; disturbing the peace; $200 fine, $500 reimbursement for defense, 180 days in jail (175 days suspended, five days credited), one year probation.
Lakeview Financial Inc. v. Michael Padula, seeking $1,501.
Thomas Blankenship v. Coeur d’Alene Property Management and Pam Webb, seeking $1,200.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Shawna and Rodney Freeman, seeking $13,702.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Timothy and Tammy Witherspoon, seeking $1,291.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Angela and Chad Comstock, seeking $1,311.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Carin and Daniel Baker, seeking $8,177.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Jocelyn and Aaron Brown, seeking $4,995.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Lori and Mark Lepley, seeking $4,895.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Christina Bainter, seeking $2,370.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Nikki Gibson, seeking $1,340.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Francisco Cruzeado, seeking $3,853.
Brenna B. Matous from Jason E. Matous.
Stephen T. Gibson from Pamala J. Gibson.
Barbara L. King from David J. King.
Filings from July 1-2.
Chapter 7 (liquidation petitions)
Alvin Miller, Priest River, debts of $120,013.
Shane E. and Angela K. Miars, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $169,702.
Douglas S. and Sally A. Sullivan, Rathdrum, debts of $365,112.
Richard and Tammu Huston, aka Tammy Huston, aka Tammy Hulbert, aka Tammy Bartolomei, aka Roshelle Frost, Post Falls, debts of $71,369.
George and Karen Roesler, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $163,505.
Scott W. Wiltse, Post Falls, debts of $8,267.
Anthony P. and Katie L. Paulsen, Hayden, debts of $207,404.
Julie A. Yates, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $24,361.
Chapter 13 (wage-earner petitions)
Tony Cook, aka Anthony Cook, and Heather Cook, aka Heather Ness, Athol, debts of $55,613.
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