Coeur d’Alene police
Gaila Condon reported Friday the $500 theft of a laptop computer from her 2013 Toyota Camry parked at The Coeur d’Alene Resort, 115 S. Second St.
Nichole Chapple reported Friday $350 damage to a window of her 2015 Mazda CX5 parked in the parking lot at 982 E. Lakeshore Drive.
James Duncan reported Friday the $2,500 theft of golf equipment from his 2002 Honda CRV parked at his home on the 700 block of North B Street.
Kootenai County sheriff
Anthony Verdoia, Harrison, reported Saturday the $2,500 theft of an outboard motor from his boat at a slip on Lake Coeur d’Alene at 57568 Coeur d’Alene Shore, Harrison.
Carol Charles, Harrison, reported Saturday the $4,500 theft of an outboard motor and remote-controlled trolling unit from her boat at Carlin Bay Marina, 33917 S. state Highway 97 near Harrison.
News of record
Midland Funding LLC v. Robert Bendele, seeking $8,229.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Mike Curry, seeking $1,864.
North Idaho Credit Corp v. Denise Yarber, seeking $4,305.
North Idaho Credit Corp v. Chris Sanborn and Amy Sanborn, seeking $2,715.
Midland Funding LLC v. Marcos Maldonado, seeking $3,491.
Ronda Nash v. Windermere Coeur d’Alene Real Estate, Don Smock, Midge Smock and Pat Krug, seeking $5,000.
Midland Funding LLC v. Michelle Hoagland, seeking $1,284.
David G. Guillet, of Coeur d’Alene, and Mary F. Dondelinger, of Green Valley, Ariz.
Robert L. Hanna and Mary E. Hanna, both of Rathdrum.
Casey L. Hoyer and Jessica L. Delano, both of Athol.
Danielle M. Johnson and Valerie A. Mills, both of Coeur d’Alene.
Steven K. Nale and Cynthia Johnson-Primrose, both of Post Falls.
Timothy V. Peterson and Carrie A. Gardner, both of Rathdrum.
Ronald J. Prim and Jacqueline S. Terry, both of Post Falls.
Philip R. Roberson-Wire and Bobby J. Wire-Roberson, both of Spirit Lake.
Matthew C. Spindler, of Coeur d’Alene, and Sarah-Marie Fred, of Post Falls.
Jeremiah A. Sprague, of Halfway, Ore., and Christina M. Nicholson, of Hauser.
Randall T. Wigginton and Angela M. Osterman, both of Post Falls.
David B. Bridge from Anne L. Bridge.
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