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Police and Sheriff's deputies searched two addresses on North 4th

                                                                                                                                                                         Lamishaya Kelly

At  8:45 Friday morning, the Adams County Sheriff’s Office and Quincy Police Department conducted simultaneous search warrants on 726 and 726 ½ North 4th Street in Quincy.  The search warrants were the result of a two month long narcotics investigation on the occupants of these two addresses.

Located inside 726 ½ North 4th were methamphetamine and methamphetamine manufacturing materials. 

Located inside 726 North 4th was heroin packaged for delivery.

Joseph Abbey (age 34) of 726 ½ North 4th  Quincy, arrested for aggravated participation in meth production, delivery of cocaine, delivery of heroin, possession of methamphetamine, Illinois Dept of Corrections parole violation warrant. Lodged in the Adams County Jail without Bond. 

David Hedrick (age 48) of 726 North 4th Quincy, arrested for possession of controlled substance (Heroin). Lodged in the Adams County Jail without bond. 

Valerie Williams (age 53) of 726 North 4th Quincy, arrested for possession of controlled substance (Heroin). Lodged in the Adams County Jail without bond. 

John Kelly (age 26) of Chicago, located at 726 North 4th Quincy and arrested on a warrant for failure to appear theft of motor vehicle parts. Lodged in the Adams County Jail with $5000 bond. 

Lamishaya Kelly of Chicago, located at 726 North 4th Quincy and arrested for possession of a controlled substance. Lodged in the Adams County Jail without bond.

 


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