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Post Falls Police

Elmer Matilla reported Wednesday $300 damage to a window of a forklift at Idaho Veneer Company, 704 E. Fourth Avenue.

Jeff Hall reported Thursday the $350 theft of a pistol from Sportsman Loan and Pawn, 2400 W. Seltice Way.

Coeur d’Alene Police

Kari Hammack reported Thursday the $200 theft of her stereo from her car parked at home in the 100 block of Anton. Damage from the theft is $200.

Tammy Brown reported Thursday for her sister the $2,750 theft of leather coats, 20 pairs of Levis and a stereo from her sister’s home in the 2000 block of Front Ave.

Charlotte Dotson reported Thursday the $650 theft of a ring from her home in the 1200 block of Second St.

A $300 menu board was stolen from McDonald’s Restaurant, 208 W. Appleway. Manager Dana Hettinger reported the theft Thursday.

Kootenai County Sheriff

Paul Williams, owner of Cliff House Pawn, 7040 N. Government Way, reported Thursday the $400 theft of a bicycle from the fenced yard.

Thomas Howe reported Thursday the $600 theft of two six-week old Siberian Husky puppies from his fenced pen at home in the 13000 block of Stampede, Athol.

Bob Roe, owner of Hayden Pines Water Co., reported Thursday the $500 theft of two fuel cans and tools from a shed at 1841 W. Hayden Ave. The shed received $100 damage.

Bonner County Sheriff

Teresa Carter, Priest River, reported Wednesday that while in Clark Fork, her car had been vandalized, causing $1,000 damage.

Gabreille Huguenin, Sandpoint, reported Wednesday that a snowboard, valued at $500, had been stolen from Schweitzer Mountain Resort on Saturday.


Bonner County

Civil complaints

Taylor Parker Motor Co. vs. Stephen King, seeking $1,356.

Johnson-Rountree Co. of Idaho vs. Pam Vandenberg, seeking $1,562.

Johnson-Rountree Co. of Idaho vs. Dale and Wendy Desjarlais, seeking $8,706.

Divorces sought

Shelley Barfield from Jimmy Barfield.

Susan Warren From Dennis Warren.

Jackie Knopp from Paul Knopp.

Kootenai County

Civil complaints

Charlotte Rodgers Roe vs. Rhona Magera, seeking an amount to be proven in trial.

Bret and Darla Bowers vs. Coeur d’Alene City, seeking an amount to be proven in trial.

Walton’s Parts Plus vs. Garry Manning, dba G&M Parts, seeking $1,004.

Available Hardware Supply Inc. vs. Terry Lewis, seeking $2,762.

Michael Achenbach vs. George Treperinas, dba Pride of Athens Restaurant, seeking an amount to be proven in trial.

Jeremiah and Marianne Leake vs. Gull Industries, Ivan and Hazel Sleight, dba Maverick Dist., seeking an amount to be proven in trial.

Accardis Systems Inc. and P.J. Wear Inc. vs. Take Notice Ltd., seeking an amount to be proven in court.

Benefical Idaho Inc. vs. Robin Johnston, seeking $1,303.

Benefical Idaho Inc. vs. John Loyd, seeking $1,856.

North Idaho Credit Corp. vs. McDonalds Hudson Bay Resort Inc., seeking $2,784.

Coeur d’Alene Credit Bureau Inc. vs. Christopher Springstead, seeking $2,157.

David Hudson, dba Diversified Steel Buildings vs. James Elliott and Betty Winans, seeking $2,796.

North Idaho Credit Corp. vs. George and Jennifer Beebe, dba Environment Control and Carpet Pro, seeking $1,786.

Auto Rental of Coeur d’Alene vs. Robert and Dayna Vanlohuizen, seeking $2,007.

Civil judgments

Roger Hanley vs. V.J. and Marti Mortensen, award of $10,724.

Civil dismissals

Pacific Northwest Fuel Inc. vs. Larrie Guthrie Co. and Larrie Guthrie.

Divorces sought

Mary Hite from Frederick Hite.

Stacey Shoemake from Roy Shoemake.

John King from Karyn King.

Sylvia Watterson Potter from Douglas Potter.

Judith Grima Boner from Edwin Boner.

Leila Turner from Timber Turner.

Cuno Hansen from Tammy Hansen.

Tammy Lanore from Scott Lanore.

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