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POLICE BLOTTER

Coeur d’Alene police

Safeway reported Sunday the $490 theft of groceries from the store at 121 Neider Ave.

Thomas Figueroa reported Thursday $1,260 damage to the exterior paint of his car while it was parked at his home on the 900 block of Homestead Ave.

Robert Downing reported Thursday the $630 theft of a cellular phone and wallet from his car while it was parked at his home on the 1000 block of Woolsey Ave.

Kootenai County sheriff

Judy Amos, Post Falls, reported Thursday the $555 theft of tools, refrigerator and lamp from a storage unit in Dalton Gardens.

Thomas Pennington, Cataldo, reported Sunday the $1,568 theft of miscellaneous items from his home on the 27300 block of Beaver Road.

Garry See, Coeur d’Alene, reported Saturday the $1,320 theft of a guitar, dart guns and miscellaneous items from a travel trailer parked on Seltice Way and Huetter Road.

Post Falls police

Dennis Lickfold, Post Falls, reported Thursday $800 damage to a backhoe while it was parked at Black Bay Park in Post Falls.

Dorothy Rosier, Post Falls, reported Wednesday the $1,300 theft of a soft top cover from her 1990 Daihatsu on the 10 block of Scott Street.

Zack Atkinson, Post Falls, reported Wednesday the $350 theft of two bicycles from his home on the 700 block of 12th Ave.

Richard Menti, Post Falls, reported Aug. 20 $300 damage to windows at Frederick Post School at 201 W. Mullan Ave.

NEWS OF RECORD

Bonner County

Bonner County sheriff

Douglas King, Newman Lake, reported Saturday the theft of a fish finder, down riggers, tackle and clothing from his boat while it was at the Sandpoint Marina.

Charlene Hirst, Priest River, reported Saturday the theft of a Stihl chain saw, furniture and miscellaneous items from her property on U.S. Highway 41.

David Kohler, Coolin, reported Saturday the $290 theft of a black duffel bag and its contents.

Kelso Lake Resort reported Sunday the $1,930 theft of firewood, fishing poles, lawn chairs, tackle boxes and a cooler of food from the business at Kelso Lake.

Shoshone County

Civil complaints

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare vs. John Garner, seeking $1,935.

Kootenai County

Civil complaints

Leah and Roland Boyer vs. Parasail Inc., Stanely and Irene Parks, dba Parasail Inc., also dba Coeur d’Alene Parasail, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Robert and Rebecca Kerben vs. Tim and Deanna Buchmann, and Carmen Buchmann, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

ACS Inc. Of Idaho vs. Tyler Wiltse, seeking $2,612.

Barry and Shari Alleman vs. Gerald Wilson, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

American Bail Bond Inc. vs. Dick Day, seeking $1,500.

Clark Oil Co. vs. Zirbel Transport Inc., seeking $17,024.

North Idaho Credit Corp. vs. Ray and Christine Rocha, seeking $1,308.

North Idaho Credit Corp. vs. Jay and Shara Wright, seeking $2,713.

North Idaho Credit Corp. vs. Charles Rice, seeking $10,703.

North Idaho Credit Corp. vs. Phillip and Stacie Sachs, seeking $13,919.

Barbara and E. James Hanna III vs. French Cleaners & Shirt Laundry Inc., and Michelle Sand, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Idaho State Industrial Commission vs. Valley Cars & R.V.s LLC, and Richard and Deann Shafer, seeking $1,000.

Idaho State Industrial Commission vs. Matthew Surplus, dba The Gutter Guys, seeking $1,250.

Civil judgments

Les Schwab Tire Center vs. Danny and Helen Howell, award of $1,093.

Creative Cabinets Inc. vs. Debra Clark, award of $3,624.

Max Liese vs. Deandrea Allen, award of $3,050.

Patrick O’Brien vs. Colleen O’Dowd, award of $2,537.

Civil dismissals

Rob Jones vs. Kelly Culbreath.

Les Schwab Tire Center vs. Lawrence Clifford.

Lavon Franz vs. Monte Evans and Sue Baker.

Divorces sought

Runa Kedia from Suresh Kedia.

Ali Johndon-Petley from Brent Petley.

Theodore Yoder from Gloria Yoder.

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