Coeur d’Alene police
Katherine Edington reported July 4 the $575 theft of two purses containing cash and other items, sunglasses and clothing from her home on the 300 block of North 12th St.
Nathan Baker reported July 5 $1,130 theft of tools from a 2001 Ford pickup parked at his home on the 4900 block of North Canterbury Road.
Kootenai County sheriff
Edward Kyle, Hayden, reported Friday $300 damage to maple trees at his home on the 8900 block of North Chateaux Drive.
Shawn Stutzke, Osburn, reported Sunday $150 damage to a window and the $530 theft of cash, battery charger, and compact discs from a 1997 Chevrolet pickup parked at Rainy Hill Boat Launch near Medimont.
Ruth Allen, Hayden, reported Sunday the $551 theft of a handgun, cash, and house key from her home on the 8300 block of North Coopers Hawk Drive.
Roberta Kinley, Hayden Lake, reported Sunday the $800 theft of a gas-powered weed trimmer from her home on the 8700 block of Clarkview Place.
Eric Eldenburg, Priest River, reported Sunday the $5,020 theft of a 1999 Dodge Stratus from the Holiday Express, 151 W. Orchard Ave. in Hayden.
Stacy Nelson-Thomas, Coeur d’Alene, reported Saturday the $2,500 theft of a 1988 Toyota Camry from a county Dumpster site on Frontage Road near Coeur d’Alene.
News of Record
Marsha Ward v. Mountain Valley Care and Rehabilitation, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.
Shoshone Adjustment Bureau v. Jeremy and Shelly Benedict, seeking $1,110.
James Vance v. Kimberly Johnson, seeking $4,075.
Palisades Collection LLC v. Joy Menize, seeking $1,414.
Palisades Collection LLC v. Delena Hendrickson, seeking $4,338.
Palisades Collection LLC v. Heidi Ward, seeking $1,095.
Ford Motor Credit Co. v. Jeanine Bohrn, seeking $4,396.
First Resolution Investment Corp. v. Jeremy Farrell, seeking $3,633.
Empire Recovery Group v. Judith Hepner, seeking $1,872.
Grafitti Sound Solutions Inc. v. Christopher Luppins, and American Millworks LLC, seeking $24,741.
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