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Police Blotter

Coeur d’Alene police

Kevin Eskelin, owner of Parkside Bistro, reported Sunday the $700 theft of a bank deposit bag containing cash and credit card receipts from the business at 414 W. Mullan Ave.

Justin Stanley reported Friday the $600 theft of a television from his home on the 800 block of Second St.

Clark Peterson reported Sunday $400 damage to the rear window of a 2002 Kia Rio parked at his home on the 1900 block of Daly Drive.

Kristen Bonnet reported Friday $300 damage to the windshield of her 1996 Chevrolet Monte Carlo while it was parked on the 300 block of Garden Ave.

Stephanie Pool reported Sunday the $570 theft of a PlayStation 2 game system, video games, a television/videocassette recorder, DVDs, cash and a VHS movie from her home on the 300 block of 12th St.

Kootenai County sheriff

Roger Lewis, Rathdrum, reported Sunday the $900 theft of 19 larch trees cut from his property on the 14500 block of N. Batchelder St.

Jeffrey Olds, Rathdrum, reported Monday the $600 theft of a 1980 Datsun 310 when it was loaned to an acquaintance and not returned.

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Kootenai County

Civil complaints

Coeur d’Alene Adjustment Bureau v. Mark Chipman and Allisa Chipman, seeking $1,341.

Coeur d’Alene Adjustment Bureau v. Tammy Douglass, seeking $4,772.

Coeur d’Alene Adjustment Bureau v. Mike Blackwell and Lisa Blackwell, seeking $1,824.

Coeur d’Alene Adjustment Bureau v. Walter Bell, seeking $2,475.

Coeur d’Alene Property Management v. Johnny Bowman, seeking $2,500.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Jeff Robinson, seeking $1,233.

Courtesy Rent to Own v. Garalinda and John Loomer, seeking $1,071.

Credit Bureau of Lewiston-Clarkston v. Chris Cooley, seeking $2,081.

FDS Bank v. Sara Guardia, seeking $2,415.

Ford Motor Credit Co. v. Ben Waters, seeking $4,864.

Ford Motor Credit Co. v. Marcia Dillon and Jessie Kitelinger, seeking $4,869.

Citibank South Dakota N.A. v. Patricia Willette, seeking $4,006.

Palisades Collection LLC v. Heidi Owen, seeking $2,347.

First North American National v. Lynsey Jouden, seeking $1,781.

First Resolution Investment Corp. v. Rhonda Stanton, seeking $2,464.

Arrow Financial Services LLC v. Jeremy Prickett, seeking $1,090.

Palisades Collection LLC v. Mike Rosen, seeking $3,744.

Charles Carter and Charlaine Carter v. Jennifer Fitzgerald, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Coeur d’Alene Adjustment Bureau v. Tina Jester, seeking $2,219.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Timothy Prochaska, seeking $2,825.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. James Reagan, seeking $2,909.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Erik Moyer, seeking $1,556.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Marcus Roberts, seeking $3,520.

ATS Inc., dba Advanced Technology Surveying v. Sharon Lacey, aka Sharon Van Horn, seeking $4,138.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Jon Miller, seeking $1,036.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. George Beebe, seeking $1,420.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Michael Schreckengost, seeking $4,085.

Worldwide Asset Purchasing v. Charles Rosenthal, seeking $7,382.

Coeur d’Alene Adjustment Bureau v. Angela Bradbury, seeking $9,338.

Coeur d’Alene Adjustment Bureau v. Tonia Whisner and William Whisner, seeking $5,744.

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Crystal Sale, seeking $6,087.

Allied Bail Bonds Inc. v. Shawn Mercer and Nancy Ressa, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Richard’s Landscaping v. Bill and Rita Gobert, seeking $4,000.

Daryl Jenkins v. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Connolly, seeking an amount to be proved at trial.

Civil judgments

Coeur d’Alene Adjustment Bureau v. Jason Hiatt, award of $4,688.

Creditone LLC v. Judy Gabriel, award of $10,767.

Civil dismissals

North Idaho Credit Corp. v. Cathie Thomas.

Carl Keener v. Auto Classics Inc., and Terrence Godbout, dba Auto Classics.

Divorces granted

Jennifer Edwards from Scott Edwards.

Frederick Spence from Machelle Spence.

Jonathan Peoples from Jelena Peoples.

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