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UrKidsWillPay - Child shot and killed in Quincy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Actually, it does make a huge difference. Every study that you can find on the subject of single parent children shows enormous correlation between that status and criminality of the child, incarceration, poor academic peformance, being a victim of crime, living in poverty and in general having a much crappier life. I know all the "if it feels good do it crowd" will be uncomfortable with this but…
Bob6140 - Child shot and killed in Quincy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
It doesn't. That is my point! Yet somehow, some must jump immediately to the conclusion that it was drugs or bad parenting that contributed. Why is that? I think it's much more feasible that this was the result of a meaningless argument with another kid. Blame the shooter, not the victim. And simply stating that racism is alive and well in this town is not racist.
UrKidsWillPay - Tom Schweich spokesman Spence Jackson found dead - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
No it really isn't appropriate. He is either dead or he isn't. If they had multiple sources confirm he is dead there is no need for the apparent. The coroner announcement or police announcement doesn't make the person dead. Lack of breathing is what makes them dead. Millions of people die each year in the US and nearly all of them are dead without coroner or the police ever seeing them…
qfingers - Tom Schweich spokesman Spence Jackson found dead - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Yes..."apparent" is ppropriate....article says "multiple sources" and not any official announcement from the coroner who is the one that issues the death certificate. Would take the police announcing it too as "official".
quincymike - New jail or no new jail? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
#1. The sales tax increase is the easy way, correct? I do not think so! Take one look at Cook County and Chicago and look whats happening to their sales tax game. Your local business melts away. Even a little bit decreases the anticipated revenue flow. #2. When I hear comments like "if revenue from the sales tax does not pay the bonds completly then I guess we will have to take it out of the general…

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QPD Blotter 10-12-12

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Arrest/Traffic- Albert Crayton McGee (46) of 500 Maine Apt. 501 was arrested for driving while license suspended at 4th and Delaware on 10/10/12.

Criminal Damage- Scott A. Wymer of 2438 Sharon Dr. reports that his 1998 Oldsmobile was damaged while it was parked in his driveway on 10-2-12.

Theft of Services- Justin V. White, 619 S. 7th,  driver for Diamond Cab, reported a black male, 6' tall, 175 lbs, got out of his cab without paying at 0024 hrs of 09/24/12 at 1622 Broadway. 

Arrest- Jeffrey M. Wilson, 22, of 631 1/2 Lind for No Valid DL and Uninsured Motor Vehicle at 6th & Elm on 10-11-12 @ 1107 hours. Released on NTA. 

Arrest- Bridgette E. Mulherin, 41, of 5427 Glencrie for Speeding in a School Zone With Children Present at 32nd & Maine on 10-05-12 @ 0725 hours. Released on NTA.   12-27396           

Arrest- John R. S. Hoffman, 19, of Coatsburg, IL for No Eye Protection and Operation of an Uninsured Motor Vehicle at 34th & College on 10-02-12 @ 0720 hours. Released on NTA. 

Arrest- Danny L. Biesterfeld, 51, of 1513 Maas Rd. for Disobeying a Traffic Control Device and Operation of an Uninsured Motor Vehicle at 12th & Broadway on 10-02-12 @ 0626 hours. Released on DL. 

Arrest- Lonnie Green, 57, of Payson, IL for Speeding in a School Zone With Children Present at 22nd & Chestnut on 10-02-12 @ 0702 hours. Released on NTA. 

Arrest- Christina M. Brueck, 43, of 1900 Diamond Drive for Failure to Yield Stop Sign at 18th & Melview on 10-10-12 @ 0655 hours. Released on NTA. 

Arrest- Travis P. Miller, 28, of 724 S. 13th for Fighting at his residence on 10-08-12 @ 1515 hours. Released on NTA. 

Arrest- Gary W. Miller, 66, of 2715 Elm for Fighting at 724 S. 13th on 10-08-12 @ 1515 hours. Released on NTA.  

Arrest- Gregg A. Hamilton, 50, of 436 Hickory Grove East for Failure to Yield from Stop Sign at 10th & Chestnut on 10-10-12 @ 1313 hours. Released on NTA.

Arrest- Michael A. Bloodson, 30, of Chicago, IL for FTA - Family Matter at 835 N. 9th on 10-11-12 @ 0846 hours. Released on cash bond.  

Hit & Run- Jenna R. Wells of 2710 Linda Lane reported that an unknown suspect had backed into the rear of her 2005 Dodge while it was parked on the  First Bankers Trust parking lot located at 1201 Broadway sometime between 1330 and 1400 hours on 10-05-12. Wells stated that the rear bumper on her car was damaged.

Theft From Motor Vehicle- Nicholas J. Doellman of 1221 Sycamore reported that an unknown suspect stole the battery from his 1980 Chevy pickup while it was parked at his residence sometime between 2300 hours on 10-05-12 and 0700 hours on 10-06-12. The suspect cut the battery cables and removed the battery.


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