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AYHSMB - Police-fire pensions to go up in smoke? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
What the heck are you talking about, yesquy? How does collective bargaining come into play with your rant? You're talking about nepotism among a small group of local bozos. I'm talking about unsustainable costs that do not happen in the private sector. Show me a private sector company on the scale of a local FD of PD with the same benefits and retirement. Also, you must believe it's…
XBgCty - Police-fire pensions to go up in smoke? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Just a little tidbit-- As of January 1, 2015 2150 soldiers had died in the war in Afghanistan since 2001-- On December 20 with the murder of the two NYPD officers, bringing the total number of Police Officers Killed In the Line of Duty since 2001 to 2171. A few more facts here: http://www.nleomf.org/facts/enforcement/ So should…
GuyFawkes10 - Quincy Police Blotter for 1/25/15 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
How do you loan your drivers license to someone else.
XBgCty - Police-fire pensions to go up in smoke? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Did you read the article you quoted-- Of the pension systems in that article it said ONE of them-- State Employees’ Retirement System, or SERS.--Most of their participants might be eligible. None of the others had that.
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Only if it's a black person.

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QPD Blotter for 10/5/12

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Philip Reichert, 24, of 808 State for Improper Lane Usage at 8th and Broadway on 10/03/12 at 2248 hours. PTC

Charles Clarkson, 48, of 2603 Elm reports an unknown subject stole a Blue 21-Speed Roadmaster Bike from his residence between 09/29/12 at 2000 hours and 09/30/12 at 1600 hours.

Glenn C. Johnson of 2201 Brokmeade for Speeding at 15th & Chestnut on 10/4/12 at 1352 hrs. Johnson was released on D.L. 

Tatlour L. Toolate of 710 N. 4th for Possession of Alcohol / Minor at 5th & Elm on 9/20/12 at 1648 hrs. Toolate was released on NTA. 

Creighton N Weldon, 40, of Quincy for trespassing at 815 Elm on 4/26. 

Travis Woods, 35, of Fowler for failure to yield at 48th/Broadway on 10/3. 

Hannah K Bergman, 25, of Quincy for driving while suspended and uninsured vehicle at 3511 Broadway on 9/28.

Lavaughn Sigle, 34, of Quincy for failure to reduce speed at 12th & Chestnut on 10/3. 

Teresa Allensworth, 54, of Quincy for failure to reduce speed at 41st & Broadway on 10/3. 

Wallace Parson of 616 S 22nd and William Ochterbeck of 623 S 21st had their vehicle broken into on 9/29.  A GPS system was stolen from Parson and a wallet was taken from Ochterbeck.

Russell J Ward of 613 Kimberly Dr. reports his unlocked vehicle was entered and wallet was stolen on 9/24.     

Darin Doran of Quincy reports his motorcycle was hit and run while parked at 401 College on 9/29.  

Stephanie Welte of 1036 N 10th turned over a black/silver pocket knife property found in her back yard on 9/29. 

Alicia Taylor of Quincy reports her cell phone was lost or stolen and property someone used it for call and texts on 9/10 to 10/3. 

Gary Kaufman of Quincy reports his hot dog cart was stolen from 2501 Broadway between 9/23 and 9/24.

Richard Jones of 220 N 18th reports he lost his phone in the area of 7th & Washington on 9/24.


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