Thu., Aug. 3, 1995
Coeur d’Alene police
Rusty Butterfield reported Wednesday the $500 theft of tools from his garage in the 2800 block of Fruitland Lane.
Rhonda Mathews reported Tuesday the $3,000 theft of videocassette tapes from her apartment in the 2400 block of Seltice Way.
Daniel Akey reported Tuesday the $334 theft of a bicycle from The Coeur d’Alene Resort.
Kootenai County sheriff
Michael Anderson, Coeur d’Alene, reported Tuesday the $640 theft of a CD player, marine stereo and various compact discs from his boat parked at a marina on Lands End Road on Lake Coeur d’Alene.
NEWS OF RECORD
Howard and Ellen Bronson dba Bronson Water Wells vs. Deloris Flesher, seeking $3,961.
Sandpoint Credit Bureau vs. Kenneth and Virginia McCallum, seeking $4,903.
Tami Schneider vs. Richard Bond, seeking an amount to be proven in court.
Riley Creek Lumber Co. vs. Gary and Christi Strenke, seeking $11,946.
Diane Lish from Richard Lish.
Judge Robert Burton
James Dickson, 25, Spokane; driving under the influence; withheld judgment; $500 fine, two days in jail or 16 hours county work program, one year probation.
Judge Gary Haman
Paula Anderson, 41, Rathdrum; possession of a controlled substance; withheld judgment; 20 days in jail.
Judge Barry Watson
Christopher Garlinghouse, 22, Coeur d’Alene; driving under the influence; withheld judgment; $500 fine, two days in jail or 16 hours county work program, one year probation.
Dale Vig, 59, Spokane; driving under the influence; withheld judgment; $500 fine, two days in jail or 16 hours county work program, one year probation.
Coeur d’Alene Credit Bureau Inc. vs. Richard and Becky Johnson, seeking $1,231.
AutoRental of Coeur d’Alene vs. Lisa Lancaster, seeking $1,002.
Idaho Industrial Commission vs. P and P Courier Inc., Robert Powell and Harry Pollard, seeking $3,075.
Idaho Department of Employment vs. Joseph Garrett, seeking $2,254.
Idaho Industrial Commission vs. Troy Stone, dba Maritime Pacific Marine, seeking $3,075.
First Security Bank of Idaho vs. Clark and Linda Brooks, and George and Susan Davis, seeking $8,540.
Brad Pace vs. Bob Yuditsk/Northwest Village Homeowners Association, seeking $1,800.
Golden Crown Corp., dba Crown Group Distributors vs. Felicia Sisco-Deschene, dba Pet-R-Ific, seeking $2,119.
Clark Oil Co., dba Clark’s Union Oil Co. and Gascard vs. Warner and Ramona Rich, dba Western Van Lines, seeking $6,661.
Terry and Kelli Thompson vs. Chris, Pam and Curt Altig, seeking $3,000.
John Darlas vs. Tom Sopkowiak, seeking $2,525.
Raymond Baier vs. Marcella Kaufman, dba Home Security Caretakers, seeking $1,553.
Tom Pomerinke vs. Lori Sherman and Herb McLaughlin, seeking $1,400.
Penette McLane vs. Ron’s Thrift, aka Ron’s Harvest Foods, seeking an amount to be proven at trial.
Paula Hodges vs. Lori Small and Allan Goetz, seeking an amount to be proven at trial.
Kathy Adams vs. Mark Ireland, seeking $1,500.
SMB Inc. vs. Daniel and Claudia Conces, awarded $3,083.
Belinda Jones vs. Jim Farley, awarded $1,609.
Steel Siding Supply vs. Jeff Thompson, dba Quality Assured, awarded $1,125.
Christopher Manko vs. Thomas Dumont III, awarded $1,508.
Roy Schons vs. Dan Bowling Jr. and Brenda Fogel, awarded $2,137.
Bombardier Capital Inc. vs. Kevin and Debra Mackaben, dba Indian Creek Resort, awarded $3,555.
Johnson-Rountree Co. vs. Bruce Graven.
Chloe and James Sexton vs. Guaranty National Insurance Co.
Richard Riggs vs. Scott Purcell.
John Brandt II vs. Erik Russell and Janet Vandecar.
Roy Stults vs. Voyne Gleason.
Theodore Tompkins, Coeur d’Alene, and Carolyn Ryan, Spokane.
Andreas John and Michelle McCumber, Coeur d’Alene.
Scott Roddick and Marjorie Floyd, Rathdrum.
Donald Kendrick and Rhonda Wells, Coeur d’Alene.
Tracy Van Cleave and Brandi Mack, Rathdrum.
Ernest Groover and Lora Vickerman, Rathdrum.
Carol Lundberg from George Lundberg.
Allen Brown from Jamie Kinney.
Vicky Mills from Anthony Mills.
Kathleen Wanner from Jesse Wanner.
James Henson from Maren Henson.
Debra Miller from Frank Miller.
Ronald Kramer from Marcia Kramer.
Sandra Kay from Otto Ewy Jr.
Diane Landis from James Landis.
Marla Philp from William Philp Jr.
Anthony Arnold from Deline Arnold.
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