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Jill Lewis and James E. White face multiple charges

A Monday afternoon search warrant by the West Central Illinois task force at 2705 Oak in Quincy, lead to the arrest of a Quincy couple for Aggravated Unlawful Participation in Methamphetamine Production, Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine, over 100 grams, Methamphetamine Waste, and Methamphetamine Related Child Endangerment.  

James E. White, age 44 and Jill D. Lewis, age 45 both of the residence were arrested after the search resulted in the seizure of a shake and bake methamphetamine laboratory, methamphetamine, and drug paraphernalia.

M/Sgt. Patrick Frazier of the West Central Illinois Task Force reported the charge is aggravated due to the fact that a sixteen year old child was
living in the residence were methamphetamine was being produced.  The child was removed from the home and White and Lewis were transported to the Adams County Jail.  White and Lewis remain lodged in wait of bond.

The West Central Illinois Task Force was assisted in the service of the warrant by the Adams County Sheriffs Office, the Quincy Police Department,
the Illinois State Police Methamphetamine Response Team, and the Department of Children and Family Services.


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