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Chadwick Kelly arrested in Tennessee

Earlier Friday morning, agents with the U.S. Marshal's service took into custody suspect, Chadwick H. Kelly, on a warrant for Home Invasion from the incident reported earlier this week that occurred at 9th and Locust in Quincy.

Kelly was apprehended in Paris, Tennessee and has been lodged in the Henry County Jail. 

Paris, Tennessee is located approximately 75 miles west of Nashville.

Further details will be released as they are made available. 

 

Earlier Story:

On Monday, July 21, 2014 at 10:03 a.m., Officers from the Quincy Police Department responded to a robbery call in the area of 9th & Locust.

As part of the continuing investigation into this incident a subject involved in the robbery was identified and later taken into custody by the U.S. Marshal’s Great Lakes Task Force which includes members of the Adams County Sheriff’s Department.  He has been identified as 18 year old James D. Phillips.  He has subsequently been charged with Home Invasion and Burglary. 

The Quincy Police Department has identified the second subject involved in this incident as Chadwick H. Kelly.  Kelly has not been located at this time but is considered armed and dangerous.  He is described as a 23 year old white male, 5’10, 165 pounds with short brown hair and hazel eyes.  An arrest warrant has been issued for Kelly for Home Invasion.   


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