Coeur d’Alene Police
Antonio Tenorio reported Sunday the $900 theft of a 1987 Geo Spectrum from his home on the 700 block of N. Eighth Street.
Jesse Maxwell, manager for Rex Audio, Video and Appliances, reported Saturday the $1,700 theft of an HDTV from the business at 262 W. Hanley Ave.
Tasha Nickerson reported Saturday the $3,100 theft of a 1999 Plymouth Breeze from the intersection of Atlas Road and Prairie Avenue.
Kerri Price reported Saturday the $2,000 theft of a 1989 Cadillac from the 1300 block of N. Ninth Street.
Kim Billington, co-owner of Fourth St. Excavation, reported Friday the $2,400 theft of goods and services when unauthorized charges were made to a company fuel card after it was stolen from a dump truck parked on Tasmen Drive in Coeur d’Alene.
Theodore Staeb reported Friday $600 damage to a window and ignition system of his 1996 Ford Taurus parked at his home on the 1100 block of N. B Street.
Mary Olmstead reported Friday the $660 theft by deception when carpentry work was paid for but never received at a home in Coeur d’Alene.
Joan Gordon reported Friday the $500 theft of an antique vase from a glass cabinet at Wiggett Antique Mall, 119 N. Fourth St.
Steve Myers, owner of Downtown Antique Mall, reported Friday the $600 theft of an antique carriage clock, glass bowl, vase and china shaving mug from the store at 308 E. Coeur d’Alene Ave.
Kootenai County sheriff
Dorothy Carpenter, Bayview, reported Friday the $905 theft of cash, a camera and a Black Hills gold necklace from her home on the 34000 block of N. Spruce Street.
Michelle Vanwagner, Post Falls, reported Saturday the $520 theft of a stereo faceplate and numerous compact discs and $220 damage to four tires of a 1992 Mazda MX3 while parked on the 4500 block of Maplewood Avenue.
Jayson Sage, Hayden, reported Monday the $790 theft of a television, X-box game system and video games from his home on the 3500 block of Robinson Avenue.
News of Record
Spokane Merchants Association v. Dana Ludwig and Debra Ludwig, fdba Connoisseurs Café, seeking $1,133.
Michelle Vallejo from Ramon Vallejo.
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