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eaglebeaky - REBEL MEDIA: Did thin-skinned Peoria mayor sic police on Tweeter? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.
The raid was "carried out by seven plainclothes officers" (and it sounds like additional officers who went to suspect's workplaces)? This certainly sounds like an excessive use (and by "use" I mean misuse) of police officers by Ardis -- especially for something like a Twitter account. How many officers are usually sent to arrest somebody for a non-violent offense? I can't help but think…
ONCEMORE1 - REBEL MEDIA: Holder cries that no attorney general has ever been treated like this - Quincy, IL News
Of course it is.........
vonvicious - City budget projected to increase by 3 percent - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
One would think if the police department has time to run seat belt enforcement that A) We have too many cops or B) The priorities of the PD are not in step with the public they are sworn to protect.
pjohnf - Illinois lawmakers to discuss money for Obama library - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Not only no but hell no let Obama get the funds for his lie emporium from his Hollywood buds, Wall st bankers and George Soros. Illinois taxpayers have enough money problems with state government without spending money on a Obama library. If Chicago want to waste money on a Obama hoax house let them pay for it.
QuincyJournal - Firefighters and Bus Drivers contracts to go to City Council - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The aldermanic vote was 7-6. Moore's vote doesn't count as an aldermanic vote since he's the mayor. BG

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1 year, 6 months ago by Paige Traeder

Marie Guiterrez, 19, and Jody Guiterrez, 46, both of 224 N. 24th were arrested at 625 Maine. Marie for Poss of Fraudulent ID and Sarah for Interfering on 09/30/12 at 0059 hours. NTA

Chairtye C. Boyd, 20, of 1810 Lind, and Jasmine M. Chase, 20, of 1810 Lind, for Retail Theft at WalMart, 5211 Broadway, at 1828 hrs of 10/03/12. Each was released on NTA.

Juan A. S. Zarate, 37, of 7542 Colesseum Drive, Rockford, IL., for Improper Lane Usage, No Valid Driver's License and Operating an Uninsured Vehicle at 25th Broadway at 0015 hrs of 10/09/12. Released on cash bond.

Joseph M. Schlueter, 32, of 3512 South Holford Drive, for Peace Disturbance at Spring Street Bar, 1631 Spring, at 0047 hrs of 09/30/12. Released on NTA.

Adam McKenzie, 48, of 537 Locust for Domestic Battery at his residence on 10/10/12 at 0040 hours. Lodged

Cody Kappel, 23, of 1914 N Sheridan for No Valid DL and failure to reduce speed at 8th and Maine on 10/09/12 at 2144 hours. NTA

Juwan Wallace, 20, of 1200 N 5th for FTA Domestic Battery at 712 N 4th on 10/09/12 at 2128 hours.

Garry K. Fuller of 540 Harrison, reported one of the windows on the bus stop at 6th Harrison was broken at 1800 hrs of 10/03/12.

A pink, girl's, Mongoose bike was recovered from 1029 N. 13th at 1633 hrs of 10/04/12 and placed in the bike cage.

James D. Reid, 29, of 1026 Adams for Failure to Yield Right of Way and Operation of an Uninsured Motor Vehicle 10th-11th, Adams to Jackson, on 10-10-12 @ 0743 hours. Released on NTA.

Orill G. Johnson, 43, of 635 1/2 Kentucky for DWLS and Operation of an Uninsured Motor Vehicle at 8th & Jersey on 10-10-12 @ 0805 hours. Released on NTA.

Eric W. Ahearn, 40, of 504 1/2 S. 8th for Speeding and Operation of an Uninsured Motor Vehicle at 36th & Biscayne on 10-09-12 @ 1431 hours. Released on NTA.

Raina L. Tappe, an employee for Feed Distributors located at 501 N. 2nd, reported that the warehouse and office areas were entered sometime between 1900 hours on 09-20-12 and 0700 hours on 10-01-12. Tappe stated that numerous file cabinets and safes were rummaged through, but nothing appears to have been taken at this point.

Richard L. Koch of 223 N. 30th reported that his 16' Gatormade flatbed trailer bearing IL Reg. # 258216TB was stolen while parked at 2332 S. 8th sometime between 1600 hours on 09-28-12 and 0830 hours on 10-01-12. Koch valued the trailer at approximately $17,000. The trailer was entered into LEADS/NCIC.

Paige A. Maddox of 1126 State reported that her residence was entered sometime between 2030 hours on 10-01-12 and 0640 hours on 10-02-12, and her Sony Play Station 3 game system was stolen from her residence. There were no signs of forced entry into the residence. Maddox had no suspects in the burglary. The Play Station 3 was entered into LEADS/NCIC as stolen.

Linda D. Peters of 2002 W. Hilltop reported that her grand daughters medication for the treatment of ADHD was stolen from her residence sometime between 09-12-12 and 09-27-12.


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RT @mikekelly1120: Have you heard of staying one step ahead of the posse?
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Bob Gough 1 hour, 11 minutes ago

@Mizzou2SEC If that's the case, he's the most clueless man on the planet. #probablyso
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Bob Gough 1 hour, 19 minutes ago

@JWHooch I won't argue that at all.
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@JWHooch Norm is in the Hall of Fame. Quin, Anderson and Haith won't be.