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Coeur d’Alene police

Sherry Bullard, owner of Coeur d’Gourmet, reported Sunday $600 damage to a window at the business at 1527 Northwest Blvd.

Richard Collins, manager of Pizza Hut, reported Monday the $312 theft of cash from a safe at the restaurant at 355 W. Hanley Ave.

Gregory Garbe reported Saturday the $300 theft of compact discs from his 1990 Toyota Tercel parked at 1627 E. Elm Ave.

Kootenai County sheriff

Richard Waldo, Hauser, reported Friday the $1,200 theft of an air compressor and outboard engine from his home at 27769 W. Highway 53.

Sally Anthony, Dalton Gardens, reported Friday the $1,200 theft of a digital camera and printer from her home at 5776 N. Colfax St.

Marcia Reinhardt, Coeur d’Alene, reported Saturday the $1,200 theft of a chain saw and guitar from her home at 5274 W. Cougar Estates Road.

Randall Frei, Rathdrum, reported Sunday the $17,100 theft of an 8-foot trailer, air compressor, welder and tools from his home at 15998 N. Songbird Lane.

Mark Miluk, Post Falls, reported Sunday the $500 theft of a canvas cover from his boat parked at Car Parts and More, 19897 W. Highway 53 in Rathdrum.

News of Record

Kootenai County

Civil complaints

Practicexpert of Idaho v. Sally and Ronald Carroll,, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Tarek Haw v. Kathleen Chmura, seeking $2,769.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Steven Talley, seeking $4,052.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Angela Webster, seeking $1,706.

Civil dismissals

ACS Inc. of Idaho v. Joseph Jacobson and George Parent.

Divorces sought

Therese Enfield from Paul Gregoire.

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