Coeur d’Alene police
Laura Busson, employee of Associated Services, reported Monday the $600 theft of a television from the fitness center at Millriver Condos, 4463 W. Greenchain Loop.
Jack Sjostrom reported Monday the $900 theft of tools, radio-controlled boat and charger from his 2005 Sea Ray moored at the Coeur d’Alene Resort Marina, 115 S. Second St.
Neil Johnson reported Monday the $370 theft of cash, liquor and speakers from his boat moored at the Coeur d’Alene Resort Marina, 115 S. Second St.
Kootenai County sheriff
Michael Depasquale, Coeur d’Alene, reported Friday the $320 theft of skis and wine and $20 damage to a flower pot at his home on the 2300 block of East Packsaddle Drive.
Sarah Taylor, employee of Walmart, reported Thursday the $379 theft of a bike from the store at 550 W. Honeysuckle Ave.
Samuel Clark, Hayden Lake, reported Monday the $1,250 theft of a handgun and necklace from his home on the 3500 block of E. Tobler Road.
Joseph Mauro, Post Falls, reported Monday the $11,000 theft of a Kioti CK25 tractor from a home on the 31000 block of North Old Highway 95 near Athol.
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Judge Benjamin Simpson
James A. Pearson-McKenzie, 29, Coeur d’Alene; felony possession of a stolen vehicle; two years determinate penitentiary time (72 days credited), two years indeterminate penitentiary time, restitution to be determined.
Nicole A. Newman, 38, Coeur d’Alene; Count I: driving without privileges; $250 fine, 90 days in jail (49 days suspended, 41 days credited), 180 days driver’s license suspension, one year probation. Count II: use or possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use; $1,000 fine ($500 suspended), one year in jail (324 days suspended, 41 days credited), one year probation.
Michael J. Hunter, 21, Coeur d’Alene; felony possession of a controlled substance; $250 fine, $200 restitution to state lab, two years determinate penitentiary time (credit for any time served), three years indeterminate penitentiary time.
Colleen R. Dixon, 50, Post Falls; Count I: felony criminal possession of a financial transaction card; one and a half years determinate penitentiary time (credit for any time served), two and a half years indeterminate penitentiary time. Count II: felony forgery; $250 reimbursement for defense, $240 fine, one and a half years determinate penitentiary time (credit for any time served), two and a half years indeterminate penitentiary time, restitution to be determined.
Jeffery T. Miller, 50, Post Falls; Count I: violation of a no contact order; $250 fine, 90 days in jail (39 days suspended, 51 days credited), one year probation. Count II: resisting/obstructing officers; $250 fine, 90 days in jail (39 days suspended, 51 days credited), one year probation. Count III: disturbing the peace; $250 fine, 90 days in jail (39 days suspended, 51 days credited), one year probation. Counts concurrent.
Daniel Beck and Shannon Beck v. Glenn Cockey and Andrea Baker-Cockey, seeking $4,855.
Peterson Enterprises Inc., dba Valley Empire Collection v. Rick Curry and Tasha Curry, plaintiff awarded $9,675.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. David Bishop, plaintiff awarded $1,586.
Melissa Flodin from James Flodin.
Jason C. Bartel from Tiffani L. Bartel.
Lindsey A. Mcintosh from Russell T. Darling.
Dawn R. Charbonneau from Peter A. Charbonneau.
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