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Peoplechamp31 - QPS Board approves higher 2014 tax levy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Oh I'm for getting read of these building just don't make it sound like the walls are coming down around them! Hell we still have kids in there so I know it isn't that bad!
Quijote57 - \'Interview\' pulled after threat; U.S. says North Korea behind Sony hack - Quincy, IL News - Quincy
I wasn't going to go to this movie, but I fear the cancellation is the beginning of the end of freedom of expression. Now any loser can hack into a business' computers to get them to stop selling something. Is this progress?
pjohnf - Gov. Quinn calls special session for comptroller election - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Quinn should butt out and let Rauner appoint an interim comptroller and decide if an election is needed or even wanted by Illinois citizens. Why waste more tax payer dollars for a special session, especially if Rauner disagrees with Quinn's stance. The earliest election would be 2016, so what's the hurry Quinn? The special session is a total waste of tax payer dollars
migraine_in_qcy - Adams County Board to vote on quarter cent sales tax to build jail - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
There are very few truly victimless crimes. If you look at Quincy, the arrests and names you see over and over again aren't usually getting picked up for smoking a joint, they're getting arrested for cooking and selling meth. Many times they're putting kids in danger, and the majority of the time they're also sucking from the public teat instead of cleaning up their act and getting…
UrKidsWillPay - QPS Board approves higher 2014 tax levy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Bud, to his credit, is one of the only board members that ever sets foot in the schools. During one of his visits, he found a book in a second grade classroom he took an interest in and asked the teacher if he could borrow it, bless his heart.

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QPD Blotter for 1/31/13

1 year, 10 months ago by Paige Traeder

Dustin R. Russell, 20, of 1137 N. 11th for FTA-peace disturbance.

Dominic E. Miles, 17, of 1026 N. 20th for Failure to Yield Right of Way -Alley, 20th-22nd, Chestnut to Cherry on 01-30-13 @ 0729 hours.

Released on DL. 

Heather L. Feather, 24, of 814 Lind, for Peace Disturbance at 3700 Tonja Drive at 1445 hrs of 01/26/13. Released on NTA. 

James C. Money, 20, of 524 S. 7th for Felony Retail Theft at WalMart (5211 Broadway) on 01-21-13 @ 1144 hours. Money was located on

01-30-13 and lodged in the ACJ. 

Alycia A. Decker, 26, of 316 S. 12th, for Expired Registration and No Valid Driver's License at 12th York at 1324 hrs of 01/28/13.  Released on NTA. 

Amber D. Austin, 22, of 524 S. 7th, for Obstructing Justice at her residence at 1250 hrs of 01/21/13. Released on NTA. 

Teresa Wihite, 26, of 2225 No 12 th apt 207, arrested DWLS at 24th & Harrison on 1-30, cash bond $150

Wendy Lewis, 41, of 520 Timber Ridge Ln, for failure to wear seatbelt on 1-26 at 3rd & Maine  

Anthony Grote, 25, of 902 April Ave, arrested DLS, failure to wear seatbelt on 1-30 at 12/Chestnut  

Sam Lathrop, 55, QU security reported between 1-16 to 1-19 unk person removed several items from the chapel (candle stands,5 candle brass candelabra) no suspects

Mary Miller, QU Security reported the QU Alumni Service office 1800 College was broken into by breaking a window between 1-20,1400 to 1-21,1000 taken was 1965 Quincy College class ring with blue stone

Gregory Davis, 61, of 912 S 8th owner Madison Davis Bicycle was contacted ref front door glass broken out with brick on 1-27,0640 no suspect

William Daniels, 63, of 1014 So 30th, reported his truck was egged and Vehicle keyed between 1-2 to 1-18 while parked at his residence no suspects

Tammy Lummer, 30, of 650 Washington reported her 2002 Jeep had all 4 Vehicle tires flattened an 3 windows broken out between 1-21 to 1-22 no suspects

Jenna Smith, 27, of 318 Maiden Ln apt 208, reported Natas Reed, 27, of 418 Chestnut pushed her on 1-21, he denied pushing her sent to S/A

Merry Boster, 58, of 317 No 13th apt 2 reported between 0700 to 1545 on 1-21 the rear bumper of her car was struck while parked at 2130 Harrison. no suspects

Terry Austin, 66, of 2236 Hawthorne Hill Rd W,reported flatbed motorcycle was stolen from 834 Hampshire between1-1 to 1-20 no suspect Il reg 913474T-TL entered into leads

David Steinkoenig, 62, of 310 No 10, Delta Tire reported 2005 Ford minivan/Recovered was taken from his lot between 1-24 to 1-25 vehicle recovered at 2000 Sycamore and returned no suspects


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