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CoolEdge - REBEL MEDIA: Grand Jury is NOT about Guilt or Innocence: Ferguson True Bill or No Bill? - Quincy, IL
hmmm ... well, it IS about innocence since there are lower standards for indictment (preponderance) than for conviction (beyond reasonable doubt). Of course if there is a trial both sides will have time to bring more facts, but the prosecutor is going to pretty much "bring it" to get at least to the level of an indictment, as I understand it. If he ain't got it for indictment, how's he…
UrKidsWillPay - Quincy City Council votes to sell defaulting loans - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
This is the same "Loser" everyone on here was clamoring to have as the owner of the Necomb property. What good would it have done to sell him more property he wouldn't have paid for?
EgoReputo - Quincy School Board to discuss building project with out-of-town contractor - Quincy, IL News - Quin
Hate to say I told ya so, but…….. This farce was never about new school buildings or “For the Kids”. In fact it was sold to the public in the guise of an Economic Stimulus "Win-Win" Plan. It was always about getting $$$$ from the taxpayers before they realized how much their property taxes would decrease. Billy Madoff Daniels tipped off the plan way back in the fall of 2013 in his comments to the…
1950Brutus - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com - Illinois Senate committee votes to send minimum-wage hike to t
OK everyone is complaining about the plight of low wage earners and how not passing the minimum wage increase will ruin them. Well sorry to say minimum wage jobs come and they go - that's how it goes. Illinois economy will adjust. - if it couldn't then the 3 lowest minimum wage states should have already dropped off. Everyone wants to complain and gripe if you don't like something you…
qfingers - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com - Illinois Senate committee votes to send minimum-wage hike to t
Three questions for you... #1 When's the last time you applied for a better paying job? #2 When's the last time you looked for a better paying job? #3 What's stopping you from getting a better paying job?

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Quincy Police Blotter for July 2, 2014

4 months, 3 weeks ago from QPD

Arrest Miguel A Valle 28 322 S 12th for Operating Vehicle with Registration Suspended for Non Insurance USC

Arrest Devin M Doran 29 1018 Washington for Operating Uninsured Vehicle at 6th & Jefferson NTA

Arrest Dazzelar V Thomas 36 Homeless Parole Violation from Austin Tx at 18th & Broadway Lodged

Arrest Andrew A Arnett 45 Homeless FTA Domestic Battery at 2314 N 12th. Lodged

Arrest Linda J Daucsavage 59 2018 State for Operating Uninsured Vehicle in the 100 block of S 7th NTA 109

Arrest Matthew D Brown 19 817 Madison Apt A Malicious Mischief that occurred at 933 S 8th USC

Arrest Waukeene M Roberts 47 1427 N 6th for Domestic Battery at 302 S 10th Lodged

Arrest Tanesha Z Humphrey 39 830 Cherry Criminal Damage to Vehicle on 6/21/14 NTA

Arrest Kortney A Speiser 24 2516 S 18 FTA Operating Motor Vehicle While Registration Suspended Lodged

Arrest Shannon T Wakefield 47 300 Cedar FTA Seatbelt at 18 & Broadway Lodged

Arrest / OV Scott M. Wagner (19) of 646 Meadow Circle was arrested for Possession of Cannabis, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Operating an Uninsured Vehicle at Front and Broadway on 6/30/14.

Arrest/STEP Richard R Collazo 34 527 Adams Failure to Wear Seatbelt at 6 & Jefferson NTA

Criminal Damage  James Dunn Mendon Il reports his black 2013 Dodge 1500 was keyed while parked at the YMCA between 1600H-1700H on the 24th.

Arrest Christine N. Solina, 38, 2132 Spring for Failure to Reduce Speed / Accident & Failure to Report a Property Damage Accident at 30th & Broadway on 6/25/14 at 1641 hrs.  Solina was released on NTA. 

Arrest Edward W. Curley, 61, 725 S 5ht for Seat Belt Violation at 18th & Chestnut on 6/28/14at 1054 hrs.  Curley was released on NTA. 

Arrest Matthew D. Courty, 39, Jacksonville, IL for Improper Lane Usage & DUI at 8th & York on 6/29/14 at 0229 hrs.  Courty was released on D.L. & NTA. 

Arrest Darrell G. Conners, 32, 931 Chestnut for Child Restraint Violation at 18th & Chestnut on 6/28/14 at 0928 hrs.  Conners was released NTA. 

Arrest Terri M. Gibbons, 26, 1201 Maine Apt. B for Disorderly Conduct at 1508Spring on 6/21/14 at 1646 hrs.  Gibbons was released on NTA. 

Arrest Zachery A. Young, 19, 1122 N. 10th for No Valid Drivers License & Seat Belt Violation at 18th & Chestnut on 6/28/14 at 1130 hrs.  Young was released on NTA. 

Arrest Lachelle M. Wigfall, 2000 State for Seat Belt Violation at 6th & Vermont on 6/30/14, at 1551 hrs.  Wigfall was released on NTA.

Arrest/cash Tamara K. Taylor 31 of Ft. Madison for FTA - shoplifting, fighting and interfering on 07-01. 

Arrest/cash Jerrod W. Smith 35 of Barry for DWLR at 5/Broadway on 07-01. 

Arrest/dl Shannon T. Wakefield 47 of 300 Cedar for uninsured vehicle at 18/Chestnut on 06-30. 

Arrest/nta Joseph J. Harig 42 of 2101 Jackson for passing stop school bus loading at 14/Maine-Jersey on 06-30. 

Arrest/nta Khristian K. Daniels 40 of 300 Chestnut for uninsured vehicle at 3/Lind on 07-01. 

Arrest/nta Justin M. Heckrodt 30 of 1220 S. 16th for burglary to vehicle at 14/Jackson on 04-16. 

Arrest/nta Victoria J. Hayden 46 of 3429 Cambridge Est. for improper backing at 5/Vermont on 07-01. 

Arrest/nta Aaron L. Brandhorst 29 homeless for criminal trespass to property at 200 Maine on 06-26.

Burglary to Vehicle Stephanie D. Osborne, 1303 State reports between 0430 and 0700 on 6/25/14 her 2007 Chevrolet Minivan was entered by breaking out a side door window and her purse and contents were stolen.  The Minivan was was parked on the lot behind the residence at the time of the burglary. 

Burglary/vehicle  Stephanie Potts reports unlocked vehicle entered while parked in 1700 block of Jackson overnight on 06-25.  Items taken were subsequently recovered. 

Burglary/vehicle Addreanna Derhake reports unlocked vehicle entered overnight 06-20 and purse/contents taken while parked 1000 block of State.  All Derhake's items were subsequently recovered. 

Criminal damage  David Batterton of 1027 Hampshire reports someone set a small fire on his back porch on 06-26 causing a hole.  

Criminal damage  Lance Fox reports 3-tires slashed on his vehicle while parked 800 block of Vermont on 06-20 overnight. 

Criminal damage James O'Brien reports his tires slashed while parked in 300 block of S. 8th on 06-20.

Criminal Damage Betty L. Turner, 1007 Klondike Rd. reports between 2300 on 6/25/14 and 0600 on 6/26/14 the mailbox in front of the residence was damaged. 

Hit & Run Jeffery L. Clayton, 2224 State reports between 1600 on 6/20/14 and 1430 on 6/21/14 his 2003 Ford pickup was hit and run while the truck was parked in the rear of his residence.  Damage was to the left rear fender of the truck. 

Warrant Arrest Constantine N. Bayly, 1210 College on a City of Quincy Warrant for FTA-Fighting at 3819 Broadway on 7/01/14 at 0823 hrs.  Bayly was released on NTA.


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@stltoday That'll help.
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RT @STLtoday: Durbin to chair hearing on civil rights, Ferguson will be topic http://t.co/fxdmHAsNPC
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Another trip to the woodshed shaping up for Mizzou hoops. Anderson has to have some time to fix this.
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@Survey1215 @DCClothesline I just hope Sharpton swung by the IRS office with a check on his way to The Lou.