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DRUM57IX - Hiding public records in Illinois now a Class 4 felony - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Unfortunately, the dems were able to put that one little word "intentionally"...meaning that they took a page out of Obama's book and will now all claim they didn't know anything about what, if anything, was being held from the public...
XBgCty - Rauner to make Quincy stop on Saturday - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The one that was supposed to be passing out the petitions here in Adams County-- the one who signed it at the bottom, and got paid the money per signature, was from California. That was one of the reasons some of those petitions were discounted in Adams county.
qfingers - Rauner to make Quincy stop on Saturday - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Care to back up your statement with any facts? Also be sure to recognize that businesses don't really pay taxes....consumers do.
GuyFawkes10 - Rauner to make Quincy stop on Saturday - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Saying and doing are different. My bet is that you would be for term limits but as demonstrated, what the people want will not happen, same with illegal immigration.
MountainMan - Rauner to make Quincy stop on Saturday - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
What petition for the Illinois libertarian party was passed around in California? And I would also be interested in why they didn't read what they were signing.

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8 months, 3 weeks ago by Denise Donley

Five residents were arrested on drug charges

Children were found Tuesday living in the homes of two separate meth busts in Quincy.

The West Central Illinois Task Force conducted two meth raids Tuesday morning.  The first raid occurred at 1512 S. Eighth Street in Quincy.  The second bust took place at 5418 Town and Country Drive, just south of Quincy.  

Arrested on Eighth Street were residents Rolland D. Luckett, 29, and Tatiana M. Robertson, 36.  Luckett and Robertson were both arrested for aggravated unlawful participation in methamphetamine production, meth related child endangerment, unlawful possession of meth manufacturing material, and unlawful possession of meth.  

Luckett and Robertson were both transported to the Adams County Jail were they remain lodged.  The charges are aggravated due to a child found living in the residence where meth was being manufactured.  The child was in school at the time of the raid.

The second search warrant at 5418 Town and Country Drive resulted in the arrest of residents Corey D. Platt, 34, Brianna J. Platt, 26, and Kenneth M. Silman, 30.

 Corey Platt, Brianna Platt, and Silman were all arrested for unlawful possession of meth. Corey Platt and
Brianna Platt also were also arrested for unlawful possession of meth precursor.  Corey Platt, Brianna Platt, and Silman were all transported to the Adams County Jail were they remain lodged.

Two small children that were present in the home were turned over to family members.


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