Coeur d’Alene police
Kevin Brown reported Thursday $300 damage to an entry door of an apartment on the 2000 block of E. Sherman Ave.
Jill Foglesong reported Thursday the $1,500 theft of a 1991 Toyota Camry from a home on the 1400 block of E. Randle Ave.
Jesse Pardue reported Thursday the $980 theft of a black leather jacket containing a cell phone and gold diamond ring from Lakers Inn, 407 N. Second St.
Kootenai County sheriff
Teresa Money, Hayden, reported Thursday the $400 theft of a camera and cell phone from her home on the 200 block of Middletown Lane.
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Mark Thrasher and Vicki Cramer, both of Smelterville.
Jerry Amartz and Janet Wilson, both of Osburn.
First National Bank of Omaha v. Barry Walsborn, seeking $5,490.
Frederick and Kaye Gerrard v. Merck & Co., seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Alfred Duran and Tracy Duran v. Margaret Smith, Jeffrey W. Smith and Stephen Flerchinger, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Allied Building Products Corp. v. Alan Becker, dba Panther Homes, seeking $37,220.
Risk Management Alternatives Inc. v. Scott Ross and Jenny Ross, seeking $1,354.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Randy Wall Jr. and Jenni Wall, seeking $4,562.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Stephen Scharosch and Lupe Scharosch, seeking $1,974.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Mathew Muller and Cynthia Muller, aka Cynthia Jones, seeking $1,707.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Paul Prety and Sandy Prety, seeking $2,327.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Christopher Plummer and Pamela Plummer, seeking $1,229.
Mountain West Bank v. Ronald Baker, Derek Baker, Danielle Baker and Vince Petricevich, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Public Employees Credit Union v. Tracy Whiteside, seeking $3,439.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Gabriel Wilkins, seeking $3,205.
North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Chad Moe, seeking $3,430.
Jeanette Sessions from Michael Sessions.
Amanda Mills from Steven Mills II.
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