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Oh I'm for getting read of these building just don't make it sound like the walls are coming down around them! Hell we still have kids in there so I know it isn't that bad!
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I wasn't going to go to this movie, but I fear the cancellation is the beginning of the end of freedom of expression. Now any loser can hack into a business' computers to get them to stop selling something. Is this progress?
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Quinn should butt out and let Rauner appoint an interim comptroller and decide if an election is needed or even wanted by Illinois citizens. Why waste more tax payer dollars for a special session, especially if Rauner disagrees with Quinn's stance. The earliest election would be 2016, so what's the hurry Quinn? The special session is a total waste of tax payer dollars
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There are very few truly victimless crimes. If you look at Quincy, the arrests and names you see over and over again aren't usually getting picked up for smoking a joint, they're getting arrested for cooking and selling meth. Many times they're putting kids in danger, and the majority of the time they're also sucking from the public teat instead of cleaning up their act and getting…
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QPD Blotter for 12/7/13

1 year ago from QPD

Arrest Christopher J Williams (52) of 1601 S 24thApt 212 for Driving While License Revoked & Operation of an Uninsured Motor Vehicle at 17th & Harrison on 12/5/13. Cash Bond.

Arrest Ashley R Chatfield (27) of 834 N 8th for Operation of an Uninsured Motor Vehicle at 7th & Lind on 12/5/13. NTA

Arrest Kayla S Owsley (22) of 519 1/2 Washington for Operation of an Uninsured Motor Vehicle at 7th & Washington on 12/5/13. D.L.

Arrest Zachary M Smith (20) of Glasford, Il. For Expired Registration Sticker at 18th & Locust on 12/5/13.  NTA

Arrest Dylan M. Baldwin, 19, of 812 N. 12th for FTA - Petition to Revoke Probation at Blessing Hospital (1005 Broadway) on 12-05-13 @ 1515 hours. Lodged in the ACJ.

Arrest/cash William P. Smith III 31 of 412 S. 7th for FTA - DWLR and uninsured vehicle on 12-05. 

Arrest/nta Julie R. Keith 39 of Hannibal for no valid license at 5/York on 12-05. 

Arrest/nta Kyler L. Shaffer 24 of 2016 Madison for uninsured vehicle at 17/Harrison on 12-05. 

Arrest/nta George W. Smith 58 of 814 Washington for uninsured vehicle at 30/Broadway on 12-05. 

Arrest Andrea L Copenhaver, 32, Palmyra MO, arrested for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident at 13th and Broadway on 12/05.  NTA
Arrest Alexis E. Randolph, 30, 915 Kentucky, arrested for failure to yield

Motor Vehicle theft/recovered Telisha Dyer reported that her 2001 Chevrolet van was stolen sometime between 2030 hrs on 11/22 and 0600 hrs on 11/23.  The van was parked unlocked in front of 1630 N 17th.  

Res. Burglary Lonnie Bailey, 49, reported that his residence at 1523 Ohio was entered on 11/20 and currency and a ring were stolen. 


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