Coeur d’Alene police
William Brunelle reported Wednesday the $800 theft of a rifle from his home on the 1200 block of East Pennsylvania Avenue.
Paul Smith reported Wednesday the $2,180 theft of a suitcase, backpack, clothing and cash and checks from his 2001 Isuzu pickup parked at Pilgrim’s Market, 1316 N. Fourth St.
Terry Sporrong, Renton, Wash., reported Thursday the $1,500 theft of sports uniforms and $500 damage to a window of his 2008 Honda Odyssey parked at Days Inn, 2200 Northwest Blvd.
Joshua Nichols reported Thursday the $343 theft of a wallet and cash from his 1996 Dodge Dakota parked at his home on the 4200 block of North Crown Avenue.
News of record Kootenai County
Credit Bureau of Eastern Idaho Inc. v. Michelle and Michael Maher, seeking $2,173.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. David and Christy Lenon, plaintiff awarded $1,877.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Cody Folda, plaintiff awarded $2,618.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Tara Wilmoth Caldwell, plaintiff awarded $5,068.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Doran and Steve Komberec, plaintiff awarded $1,930.
Associated Credit Services Inc. v. Phillip and Rebecca McMahan, plaintiff awarded $1,887.
ACS Inc. of Idaho v. Kenneth and Leigha Carroll, plaintiff awarded $3,438.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Daniel and Heidi Dixon, plaintiff awarded $4,929.
Capital One Bank v. William Collins, plaintiff awarded $3,221.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. Deborah Herr, plaintiff awarded $1,459.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Heidi Ostafin, plaintiff awarded $4,656.
Peterson Enterprises Inc., dba Valley Empire Collection v. Katelyn Peterson, plaintiff awarded $1,002.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Neil Nash Sr. and Victoria Nash, plaintiff awarded $1,242.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Jon Turley and Becky Turley, plaintiff awarded $3,285.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Marlund Neff.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC and GE Retail Bank/Care Credit v. Michelle Rielly.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. William Morley.
Greg B. Smith from Barbara K. Smith.
Judge Scott Wayman
Edward A. Proulx, 28, Coeur d’Alene; use/under the influence of a controlled substance; $300 fine, $100 restitution to state lab, five days in jail or eight hours county work program.
Judge Clark Peterson
Seth M. Whaley, 32, Post Falls; driving under the influence; $1,000 fine, 180 days in jail (175 days suspended) or 40 hours county work program, 30 days unscheduled jail time, 90 days driver’s license suspension, two years probation.
Judge James Stow
Travis W. Peterson, 44, Coeur d’Alene; driving without privileges; five days in jail.
Filings from June 10-13
Chapter 7 (liquidation petitions)
David W. Collinson, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $26,599.
Jason W. and Cassandra M. Spencer, aka Cassie Spencer, aka Cassie Layton, Naples, debts of $170,360.
Scott E. and Kerri R. Hicks, Athol, debts of $98,994.
Todd J. and Belinda T. Wilson, Sandpoint, debts of $330,001.
Michael A. and Elizabeth E. Miller, Hayden, debts of $53,290.
Jeffery H. and Melodie L. Daugherty, Hayden, debts of $317,342.
Jacob R. D. and Jennifer R. Hammer, fka Jennifer R. Nickerson, fka Jennifer R. Nash, Post Falls, debts of $41,629.
Catherine Pierce Harvey, aka Katherine Pierce Harvey, aka Cathy Harvey, Hayden, debts of $49,447.
Barbara A. Springer, Priest Lake, debts of $115,666.
Jimmy D. and Susan L. Murphy, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $154,136.
Robert L. Zahnow Jr. and Jenny J. Zahnow, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $271,476.
Dan L. Cooley, dba Cooley Roofing, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $58,581.
Ralph J. and Patti A. Reed, aka Patti A. O’Sullivan, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $122,338.
Russell and Malinda Herrin, Rathdrum, debts of $28,170.
Richard S. and Tamara L. Taylor, Priest River, debts of $113,205.
Scott A. Koller, Post Falls, debts of $86,384.
Brian M. and Anita Pearson, Athol, debts of $224,264.
Chapter 13 (Wage earner petitions)
Joseph C. and Tiffani L. Clark, St. Maries, debts unspecified.
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