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eaglebeaky - No decision from Ferguson grand jury this wknd - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Just FYI... CNN, MSNBC, and several websites are reporting (Monday afternoon) that the Ferguson grand jury has reached a decision, and that an announcement will be made later on this afternoon.
CoolEdge - Strawman: And Now WE Get Even With Whitey...... - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Even Slate came out in favor of ending the "jackpot baby" problem. http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/p... One friend from Mexico told me it was common for middle class Mexicans to come here to have their…
CoolEdge - Strawman: The Guy the Liberal Press Doesn\'t Know Exists..... - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Right, if anyone read the report instead of getting the network tweets, they would not think "investigation blows up in Republicans’ faces as their own conspiracy theories are debunked". Actually those theories were confirmed, not pursued, or cleverly danced around. That tweet theme was the coordinated timely message from the networks, so the talking point people are satisfied, and smugly…
eaglebeaky - QPD Blotter for November 23, 2014 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Nicely done, whhm... I got a good laugh out of this! :-) I'm guessing that the guy must have pumped exactly $10 worth, intending to pay with cash... but then he must've gotten distracted by his kids or something, and absent-mindedly drove away without paying. (A few years back, I got a call from a local gas-station regarding a similar incident; a buddy of mine was staying at my place,…
1950Brutus - Strawman: And Now WE Get Even With Whitey...... - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The only ridiculous drivel I've read here is you trying to justify this action by saying that both Republican and Democratic Presidents have acted unlawfully in the past. Please cite an example of a previous executive order that decreed ignoring laws on the books. Also do you really think Strawman can "incite discontent and perhaps violence"? After reading this opinion the thought of going home…

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QPD Blotter for 11/17/12

2 years ago by Paige Traeder

Megan M. Holtz, 32, of 2830 E. Oakbrook Court, Speeding RL NTA

Tiffany D. Harding, 26, of 2225 N 12th, Apt. #102, Fighting, RL NTA

Paula A. Hardy 37, of 833 Vermont, Operation of Uninsured Motor Vehicle and Cell Phone Use in School Zone RL NTA

James M. McDowell, 40, of 1200 South 22, Failure to Yield - Stop Sign RL NTA

Adam J. Duesterhaus, 30, of 220 N.18th, Failure to Yield -Stop Sign RL NTA

Shannon P. Combes, 26, of 426 Broad St., Rockport, IL Operation of Uninsured VehicleRL RTA

Joshua J. Jordan, 30, of 1226 Jersey, Cell Phone Use in Schoon Zone RL PTC

Talke O. Tobias, 22, of 2039 Broadway, Pike County Warrant for Deceptive Practices Lodged

Linda Taber, 26, of 1122 N, reports her rental property at 1122 Chestnut had a window broken out on 11-04-12. The property is not being rented at this time and windows have been broken out in the past.

Shanekia D. Scott, 35, of 605 Oak, reported an unknown subject threw pudding on the drivers side of her 2008 Dodge Charger while parked ather residence on 11-08-12 around 1315 hours. No suspects.

Morris L. Cobb, 75, reported on 11/07/12 he was contacted by phone by an unknown female who stated she was with State Farm Insurance who offered to give him an insurance quote. Cobb gave the female his social security number and the female then hung up.

Diana L. Bleimehl, 52, of 2123 Ohio, reported her 2001 Chrysler van was struck while parked at the Senior Citizen Center between 0900-1400 hours on 11/12/12. Grey and Silver paint transfer was on her vehicle.

Paul D. Denckla, 61, of 1202 N 11, recovered an 8 gb Ipod at the Oakley PropertyLindsey Center on 11/12/11 at 1345 hours. The Ipod was password protected so the owner was unable to be determined.

Shelly J. Campbell, 47, of 1702 Jefferson, reported her son's Mongoose dirt bicycle was stolen from the residence between 2100 hrs on 11-13-12 and 1830 hours on 11-14-12. No suspects.


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