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Sam_Sam_Iam - How the SSM “anti-polygamy” movement turned into Animal Farm - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJ
So, my question is this,actually a couple....what will happen to the guy who wanted to marry his car? Because they have allowed "gay" marriage (disgusting as it may be), and are working now on plural marriages, will this man be allowed to then marry his car? How about the guy down the street, will he then be allowed to marry his goat? My, my, my what a can of worms the SCOTUS has opened.
WmMunny - A Shocking Admission Comes From Within Darin LaHood’s Disillusioned Campaign — About IL
LaHood .... Conservative? Yes. Career politician? Yes. Part of the problem? Certainly. I darn near stopped in the Flynn campaign office on 6th Street today with $100.00. I'll have to drop by tomorrow for sure.
QuincyGuy - Crider has lawyer - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The law is on the side of the bad guys. After all it was written by lawyers.
QuincyGuy - Crider has lawyer - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Why is it necessary to keep showing a killer police mug shot? If you need a picture why not show the dead victim, 12-year-old Ray Humphrey Junior. The least we see of this scum the better.
Givemeliberty - Proposed FY15 Budget: $1 million in cuts, new Yard Waste stickers - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.
Haha I feel like your giving me one of those "it depends on what your definition of the word is is" defenses. I'll admit this, you got the "not gonna take me down" spirit of a politician caught in a pickle. Unfortunately the integrity of a politician comes with it.

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QPD Blotter for 1/25/13

2 years, 5 months ago by Paige Traeder

Joseph Fountain, 21, of 1202 N 7th for domestic battery at 1415 N 8th on 01/23/13 at 2023 hours. Lodged

Lowell Barry, 46, of 1520 Park Ave. for speeding at Columbus Rd and Pine Ridge on 01/23/13 at 2042 hours. NTA

Adrienne Scott, 55, of 3200 St. #2 for FTA legal matter on 01/23/13 at 2224 hours. Lodged

Kyle Grimm, 19, of 121 Morton Drive for speeding at 40th & Broadway on 01-23-13.

Kamya S. Fuhrman, 25, of 421 Locust for FTA-fighting at 6th & Harrison on 01-23-13.

Ricky A. Hall, 49, of Fowler for residential burglary at 2100 Aldo Blvd on 01-14-13.

Angela Ketteman, 52, of 150 Woodlawn Rd for expired registration at 24th & Maine on 01-23-13.

Robert Shottenkirk, 18, of 4615 Jayden Court for speeding at 43rd & State on 01-23-13.

Kayla Peterson, 17, of West Point for failure to yield - private drive at 32nd & Broadway on 01-23.

John D. Ray, 30, of 1814 Spring for expired registration and no valid DL at 18th & Jefferson on 01-23-13.

Karla K. Labs, 51, of 2423 Drake Drive for traffic light violation at 24th & Koch's Ln. on 01-23-13.

Vicki L. Shouse, 54, of 30764 Barr St., Maywood, Mo., for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Interfering at 1802 Kentucky at 1534 hrs of

01/17/13. Released on NTA.

Ryan D. Carpenter, 19, of 1029 York, for Disobeying a Stop Light at 12th & Vermont at 1411 hrs of 01/23/13. 

Kattarina Jones, 21, of 304 1/2 Ohio arrested on 1-23 at 24 Cedar failure to wear a seatbelt.

Torry Scott, 54, of 1030 Jersey Apt A, lodged O/V warrant FTA trespassing, public drinking 1-24 bond $323

Town & Country Bank at 524 N 30th, received a counterfiit $100 bill from Agency West Quincy Ayerco on 1-11 info was given to Marion Co

Thomas Cheney, 58, of 1127 N 12th, reported between 2130 hrs on 1-17 to 0615 hrs on 1-18 unk person took his 2001 Chevy pickup white cab grey utility bed (old AT&T truck) from his residence keys were left in truck

Katherine E. Tellez, 24, of Joliet for traffic light violation at 8th & Vermont on 01-23-13.

Robin Winfield, 57, of 6508 N 48th reports an unknown person broke the window to her car with a BB gun at 3rd and Maine on 01/19/13 at 2107 hours.


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