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migraine_in_qcy - Quincy Police announce promotion, three retirements - Quincy, IL News -
What's funny is that this whole argument started when CW called 3 of us pathetic for talking about how pensions work for people that haven't put in a lot of years. I asked if Kelty would get a full pension, 2 people explained that he'd get a partial, we all got thumbs-down like crazy, and CW threw a caps-lock hissy about how we should be thanking them for "serving and protecting". If…
migraine_in_qcy - Quincy Police announce promotion, three retirements - Quincy, IL News -
Yep, it's all Hill Street Blues around here. You DO realize that "police officer" doesn't even make the top 10 list of most dangerous jobs? Being a roofer is more dangerous. Are you guys gonna start slobbering over the next roofer to retire because they performed such a dangerous service for us?
migraine_in_qcy - Strawman: The President Just Wants to Get Things Done......... - Quincy, IL News -
Get off your high horse already. Your buddy CW didn't email QJ directly to point out an error so they could correct it, he made a snide comment about Strawman ranting and drinking too much. Not only that, but "Strawman" is an opinion piece, not a news article. Comparing apples to oranges is pointless.
AYHSMB - Why Durbin, Obama Pay Their Female Staffers Less - Quincy, IL News -
The gender gap in pay is a farce. Women that take on the same responsibility as men in the workplace make just as much, if not more, than men. Employers can't and won't pay anyone more if they don't get the same amount of work from them. Women take on child care, church activities, school activities, etc.,much more than men. They take off more time from work, and many give up their middle…
Tacitus43 - Moody’s says Illinois Supreme Court ruling is ‘credit negative’ for state - Quincy
(I am not an employee of the State, nor a retiree from the State, nor a member of a public employee union.) The actual decision, which no one bothered to post in any of the articles: What the Supreme Court said simply was: 1. the pension…

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Ronald L. Powell, 43, of 630 N. 6th for Domestic Battery at 606 1/2 N. 7th on 01-11-13 @ 1137 hours. Lodged in the ACJ. 

Bryonte N. Lewis, 26, of 624 So. 17th was arrested for Disorderly Conduct (Filling a false police report) at her residence on 1/11/13.  She was lodged in the Adam's County Jail.

Sharon K. Lord, 50, of 615 Maple was arrested for nuisances (Litter Accumulation) on 1/12/13.

Desiree R. Wieprecht, 22, of 741 So. 16th was arrested for operating uninsured vehilce at 18th and Madison on 1/11/13.

Philip L. Olson, 24, of 2034 Maple was arrested at 11th and Hampshire on 1/12/13 for an outstanding FTA warrant for DWLS.  He was lodged.

Terry A. Stephenson, 40, of #3 Locks and Dam Road, was arrested fora City of Quincy warrant for FTA Fighting and a FTA Small Claims warrant at 124 No. 5th on 01/12/13.  He was lodged in the Adam's County Jail.

Tyler J. Levi, 24, of 623 Harrison was arrested at 8th and Adam's on 1/11/13 for fta warrants for DUI, possession of cannabis, and operating an uninsured vehicle.  He was lodged in the Adam's County Jail.

Levi O. Wiewel, 23, of 1505 Sycamore for Illegal Pedestrian Use of the Roadway on 9th, Maine to Hampshire, on 01-12-13 @ 0247 hours. Released on NTA. 

Scott A. O'Donnell, 41, of 329 1/2 S. 9th for FTA - Possession of Drug Paraphernalia at 801 N. 12th on 01-12-13 @ 1255 hours. Lodged in the ACJ. 

Kimberly L. Gioviannia, 21, of 425 Locust for FTA - Fighting at her residence on 01-12-13 @ 1141 hours. Lodged in the ACJ.

Natasha A. White (AKA: Gray & Valenzuela) 35, of Hannibal, MO for DWLS and Operation of an Uninsured Motor Vehicle at 5th & Maine on 01-12-13 @ 1422 hours. Released on NTA. 

Kristie J. Austin, 34, of 2115 Rainbow Lane for Operation of an Uninsured Motor Vehicle at 6th & Jersey on 01-12-13 @ 1106 hours. Released on NTA. 

Tyler J. Levi, of 623 Harrison for Poss of Cannabis at 8th & Adams on 1/11/13 at 1304 hrs.  Levi was released on NTA. 

Vicki D. Bowen, of Barry, IL for Retail Theft at Kohl's, 6100 Broadway on 1/10/13 at 1412 hrs.  Bowen was released on cash bond.

Shelia L. Thomas, of 1302 N. 8th for Fighting at 1302 N. 8th on 1/11/13 at 1241 hrs.  Thomas was released on NTA. 

Dakota L. Damron, of Palmyra, MO for Failure to reduce Speed / Accident at 24th & Broadway on 1/11/13 at 1503 hrs.  Damron was released on PTC. 

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