Coeur d’Alene police
Rebecca Abrams reported Thursday the $630 theft of a CD player, iPod, amplifier and speakers from her 2002 Pontiac Grand Am parked at her home on the 1700 block of W. Durham Drive.
Warren Moore, security employee at North Idaho College, reported Thursday the $5,000 theft of a Pro Wave welder from the NIC welding school campus at 4001 E. Industrial Ave.
Kathryn Delane reported Saturday the $1,150 theft of cash and a cell phone from her home on the 1200 block of N. 10th Street.
Thomas Anthony Luzzo reported Saturday the $2,000 theft of tools from his home on the 3100 block of N. Fourth Street.
Nicholas Smith reported Friday the $610 theft of an Xbox game system, games and controllers from his home on the 1000 block of W. Emma Avenue.
Luther Nichols reported Friday the $1,000 theft of speakers and an amplifier from 1994 Ford Probe parked at his home on the 6000 block of N. Vendome Street.
Kootenai County sheriff
Dianne Sauer, Hayden, reported Thursday the $650 theft of a rifle, fishing equipment and lawn mower from her home on the 8200 block of N. Stone Haven Drive.
Shawn Rodda, Hayden, reported Friday the $2,600 theft of a Sony PlayStation, game, DVD movies and a watch from his home on the 9900 block of N. Hillview Drive.
Anna Bowes, owner of ISP Driving Academy, reported Thursday $1,000 damage to the exterior paint of a company-owned 2008 Dodge Charger parked at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds, 4056 N. Government Way.
Marnie Nickerson, Hayden, reported Friday the $975 theft of an external hard drive, Nintendo 64 and Nintendo Game Cube consoles and video games from her home on the 10300 block of N. Kender Lane.
News of record
Judge James Stow
Alissa R. Bennett, 20, Heron, Mont.; use or possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use; 4200 fine, five days in jail.
Judge Benjamin Simpson
Benjamin L. Salcido Jr., 31, Dinuba, Calif.; battery; $300 fine, 180 days in jail (175 days suspended) or 70 hours community service, two years probation.
Brian J. Oliver, 21, Coeur d’Alene; battery; 30 days in jail.
Donald K. Boggess, 54, Coeur d’Alene; unlawful possession or use of prescription drug; $300 fine, one year in jail (334 days suspended, nine days credited) or eight hours county work program, 20 days unscheduled jail time, two years probation.
Anthony K. Thompson, 30, Post Falls; Count I: invalid driver’s license; $150 fine, 11 days in jail (credited). Count II: disturbing the peace; $300 fine (suspended), 180 days in jail (169 days suspended, 11 days credited), two years probation.
Judge Robert Burton
William J. Clayton, 21, Coeur d’Alene; dispensing alcohol to a minor; $500 fine.
FIA Card Services v. Rick Shirley, seeking $4,353.
Hayden Les Schwab Tire Center v. Jag Griffin, seeking $2,431.
Capital One Bank USA v. Susan Allen, seeking $1,184.
Capital One Bank v. Lori Wolf, seeking $7,359.
Capital One Bank USA v. Vonie Millo, seeking $8,639.
Capital One Bank USA v. Carmen Newby, seeking $7,574.
Capital One Bank USA v. Virgil Severance and Lorena Severance, seeking $14,239.
Capital One Bank USA v. Roswitha Bennett, seeking $6,176.
Livingston Financial LLC v. Catherine Santora, seeking $12,459.
ACS Inc. of Idaho v. Donald Lawson, seeking $5,021.
Capital One Bank USA v. Andrew Phelps, seeking $1,044.
Capital One Bank USA v. Charity Thompson, seeking $2,325.
Capital One Bank USA v. Lisa Millbach, seeking $1,306.
Capital One Bank USA v. Tanner Davis, seeking $1,245.
Merrick Bank Corp. v. Kevin Knesek, seeking $2,639.
Capital One Bank USA v. Rene Brandt, seeking $1,557.
Capital One Bank USA v. Dolas Geesman, seeking $1,457.
Capital One Bank USA v. Michael Weaver, seeking $1,017.
Capital One Bank USA v. Benjamin Martin, seeking $4,507.
Capital One Bank USA v. Clifford Wilson, seeking $1,196.
Capital One Bank USA v. Paula Campbell, seeking $1,093.
Livingston Financial LLC v. Stephanie Campbell, seeking $1,571.
Capital One Bank v. Jason Zareski, seeking $1,118.
Capital One Bank USA v. Mavis Fischer, seeking $1,239.
Verle Jones and Floyd Talum v. Steve Taranda, seeking $1,970.
Thomas L. Sheahan from Jeanette M. Sheahan.
Jenifer Thomas from Seth Thomas.
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