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The future of Baby Safe Haven law awareness is in the /hands of young people who will go out and tell their peers on all platforms of the media that young people listen to, watch, and read. The regions who have young advocates and spokespeople are the most successful in spreading the word about the laws, hotlines and info web sites among the 13 to 30 year old demographic. We have just started the…
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Quincy Police Blotter for June 7, 2014

2 months, 3 weeks ago by Bob Gough

Shawn R. Henry, 34, Canton, MO for Operation on Expired Registration at 48th & Chestnut on 6/06/14 at 1016 hrs.  Henry was released on PTC.  

Tanner D. Mellon, 19, 4503 Caleb Ln. for Improper lane Usage at 1848 Spruce on 6/05/14 at 1238 hrs.  Mellon was released on NTA.  

 

Ronald J Dillinger (53) of Quincy for FTA Shoplifting x 2, & FTA Trespassing x 2.  Arrested at 302 S 10th on 6/5/14.  Lodged. 

Dylan T Hoschar (20) of Quincy for Possession of Cannabis, & Possession of Alcohol by a Minor at 11th & Spruce on 6/5/14. NTA 

Brandon L. Baze, 28, 925 Ohio, for a warrant for FTA- No Seat Belt, at his residence at 1837 hrs of 06/04/14.  Released on cash bond. 

 

Cynthia D. Werner, 50, 829 Maple, for DUI and Improper Lane Usage, in  front of 923 Elm, at 1313 hrs of 06/05/14.  Released on NTA.  

Stephen E. Loos, 28, 633 Oak, for Vandalism, at 115 1/2 N. 8th, at 2141 hrs of 05/30/14.  Releassd on NTA.   

Tierra L. Gibson, 20, 400 Cedar, for DUI, Operating an Uninsured

 Vehicle and Possession of Cannabis, at 5th Cherry, at 18113 hrs of 05/22/14.  Released on cash and dl.  

 

Dustin R. Russell (21) of 1137 No. 11th was arrested for Felony riminal Damage at 1137 No. 11th on 5/23/14. 

 


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