Coeur d’Alene police
Saundra Santiago reported Wednesday the $450 theft of a purse containing a wallet, cellphone, credit card and debit card from the Corner Bar, 1628 N. Fourth St.
Kyle Marine, employee of the Coeur d’Alene Water Department, reported Tuesday the $1,200 theft of six fire hydrants from a storage facility at 3820 N. Ramsey Road.
Laura Van Voorhis reported Tuesday the $750 theft of an iPod, PlayStation 3 and duffel bag and an undetermined amount of damage to a door at her home on the 2300 block of North Honeysuckle Drive.
Kootenai County sheriff
Scott Lee, Rathdrum, reported Wednesday the $2,620 theft of a PlayStation 3, games and a 2002 Suzuki RM125K motorcycle from his home on the 12000 block of North Smith Avenue.
News of record
Judge Penny Friedlander
Christopher M. Alexander, 38, Seattle; driving without privileges; $500 fine, two days in jail.
Judge Scott Wayman
Henry C. Lawrence, 33, Post Falls; use or possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use; $250 fine, five days in jail.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Mark Garnett, seeking $3,961.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Kelly Knapp, seeking $1,213.
Stephanie Givens, dba ABC Management & Escrow v. Joshua and Amy Engan, seeking $14,312.
Quik Check v. Robert Austin, seeking $3,703.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Kimberly Deverna, seeking $1,667.
Asset Acceptance LLC v. Karin Bosworth, seeking $13,726.
Asset Acceptance LLC v. Linda Hart, seeking $7,579.
Asset Acceptance LLC v. Michael Francis, seeking $1,098.
Asset Acceptance LLC v. Margaret Lennon, seeking $2,720.
Capital One Bank v. Barbara Depasquale, seeking $1,248.
Asset Acceptance LLC v. Bradley Gilmore, seeking $1,508.
Stihl Inc. v. Kootenai Lawn and Garden Inc., seeking $21,293.
Autovest LLC v. Larry Gunn and Heather Gunn, seeking $2,904.
Diversified Equity Systems LLC v. Michael Harris, seeking $1,390.
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. and Gerald Cooper v. Nathan Littlejohn, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
ACS Inc. of Idaho v. Sarah Brown, seeking $6,578.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Kenneth and Theresa Meyer, seeking $7,027.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. John Marshall and Shanna Marshall, seeking $3,328.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. Sherrie Taylor and Joseph Taylor, seeking $2,167.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. David and Christy Lenon, seeking $1,351.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Shelley and Sean Young, seeking $7,971.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Jennifer and Nicholas Cheek, seeking $3,696.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Mark Novak, seeking $1,803.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Russell Patterson, seeking $1,146.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Christina Miller, aka Tina Miller, seeking $2,148.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Jason Strate and Sally Strate, seeking $1,056.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. James Rogers and Masako Rogers, seeking $1,629.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Shauna Schryver, seeking $1,358.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. David Phelps, seeking $2,514.
Citibank v. Carl Riegert, seeking $1,853.
Cavalry Portfolio Services LLC and Fireside Bank v. Jason Barry, seeking $8,793.
Johanna Holden v. Kimball International Inc., Lisa Richards and Shaun Riorden, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Automated Accounts Inc. v. Krystal Pratt, seeking $6,944.
Wells Fargo Bank v. Diane Nowoj and Mark Nowoj, seeking $28,035.
Spokane Merchants Association v. Lloyd and Cindy Osborne, seeking $6,111.
Bill Somers v. Dean Jordan, dba Air Dynamics, seeking $7,052.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Dixie Weinman, seeking $1,750.
Red Shield Insurance Co. v. William Stanko, seeking $44,325.
Capital One Bank v. Brandon Sweat, plaintiff awarded $4,146.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Leslie Bremner, plaintiff awarded $1,774.
Jason Penzkover v. Eric Gould, plaintiff awarded $4,396.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC and GE Capital Retail Bank/Walmart v. Jennifer Walker, plaintiff awarded $1,391.
FFIF-ACM Opportunity Fund LLC v. Jonas Desouza, plaintiff awarded $3,516.
Asset Acceptance LLC v. Aurora Watson, plaintiff awarded $10,135.
Midland Funding LLC v. Deborah Humphrey, plaintiff awarded $4,292.
Capital One Bank v. David Healy, plaintiff awarded $1,026.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Angela and Tommy Lynn, plaintiff awarded $44,678.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Allen Horton, plaintiff awarded $1,631.
Amendola & Doty PLLC v. Steven Williams, plaintiff awarded $16,880.
Citibank v. Michelle Kile, plaintiff awarded $5,592.
Chapman Financial Services Inc. v. Steven Purvis and Cheri Baldwin Purvis, plaintiff awarded $3,749.
Kyle J. Cram and Kristen H. Sprague, both of Bonners Ferry.
Robert W. Findley and Michaela E. Craner, both of Hayden.
William R. Kramer II, of Oldtown, and Christina L. Bauer, of Newport, Wash.
Christopher M. Lowe, of Tacoma, and Brittany K. Martinez, of Hayden.
Yaroslav A. Nikolaychuk and Billi J.M. Bartsoff, both of Priest River.
Leland L. Olson and Terry G. Clark, both of Rathdrum.
Thomas E. Pearson Jr. and Pamela S. Bell, both of Post Falls.
Charles A. Pecor, of Coeur d’Alene, and Gina J. Weir, of Fairbanks, Alaska.
Britton M. Profant and Annamarie C. Bolton, both of Rathdrum.
Joel T. Sheetz and Desiree Y. Reardon, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Clifford R. Thomas and Jennifer P. Blancher, both of Spirit Lake.
Christopher A. Booth from Elizabeth C. Booth.
Valerie L. Hall from Joe E. Hall.
Naida E. Parker from Todd E. Parker.
Katherine N. Hughes from Chance L. Hughes.
Jacqueline S. Maurer Anderson from Brett K. Anderson
Thomas A. Car from Lorna Gheen Car.
Kenneth L. Pellens from Lyndee N. Pellens.
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