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Quincy Police Blotter for May 23, 2014

3 months, 1 week ago by Bryan Nichols

Erica M Stockdale (18) of Quincy for Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor at 8th & Jefferson on 5/22/14. NTA

Robert B Havens (36) of Quincy for Expired Registration at 5th & Broadway on 5/22/14.  NTA

Shawna L Freeman (24) of 511 Washington for Driving While License Suspended at 6th Washington on 5/21/14. NTA

Jamie L Pyatt (22) of Quincy for Disobeying a Stop Sign at 10th & College on 5/22/14. D.L.

Marty L Owsley (50) of 424 Kentucky for Domestic Battery at 5th & Ohio on 5/21/14. Lodged.

The following were arrested for No Seat Belt at 18th State on 05/21/14:

                                             David E. McNary, 53, 1006 Klondike, NTA.,

                                             Eric M. Lepper, 35, 309 Glendale Ct., NTA.,

                                             Joseph M. Dawson, 21, 708 S. 21st, NTA.,

                                             Samantha G. Proske, 22, 1432 1/2 State, NTA,

                                             Nieckeo P. Daucsavage, 20, 629 Adams, NTA,

                                             Rickey G. Williams Jr., 39, 716 S. 19th, NTA,

                                             Jackie C. Erwin, 47, 601 1/2 Hampshire, NTA, and

                                             Matthew M. Diaz, 30, 1308 State, NTA. 

Donald K. McClelland II, 32, No Address, for a warrant for Aggravated Participation in Methamphetamine Manufacturing and for a ticket on file            for Possession of Methamphetamine which occurred at K-Mart, 3701 Broadway, at 1153 hrs of 05/19/14.  McClelland was arrested at 415 Hampshire apt.7, at 1128 hrs of 05/21/14.  Lodged in the Adams Co. Jail. 

James L. Osborne, 62, 537 Hampshire, for Fighting, at 527 N. 8th, at 1746 hrs of 05/17/14.  Released on NTA. 

Stacy R. Schmitt, 43, 1327 Hwy 24, Fowler, Il., for a warrant for FTA-Small Claims, at Gardner Expressway and Jackson, at 1705 hrs of          05/21/14.  Lodged in the Adams Co. Jail. 

Gary M. Raleigh, 26, 633 Lind, for a warrant for FTA-Domestic Battery, at his residnece at 1342 hrs of 05/21/14.  Lodged in the Adams Co. Jail.

Stacy R Schmitt 43,  of Fowler for speeding.   182

Robert Cantrell 65, of Quincy for speeding.   182

Zachary Franks 26, of Quincy for no seatbelt.    182

Following arrested for seat belt, 18/Jefferson: belt/nta   

                                             Samuel A. Henson 46 Clayton

                                             Jude J. Holthaus 74 1850 Jersey

                                             Carra G. Stinnett 47 728 N. 15th

                                             Paul S. Gabriel 88 1019 Klondike

                                             Sean P Kelly 25 of 1213 Harrison

                                             Alason R. Verchie 27 2011 Washington


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