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They pass what they want to pass. The millionaire tax means nothing. Its merely another angle of this class warfare the Dems love to push. The What happened to term limits? Went down in flames. Its not about the people its about the political class and protecting their own turf. That is what we need to be concerned with! Higher taxes are coming soon to everyone. Think taxing retirement income and…
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The sheeple followed the media and of course the fake and false science mislead you all. Learn the truth before you leap.
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Until we replace the current Senate and President, we will continue to have stuff like this TERM LIMITS!
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QPD Blotter for 12/15/12

2 years, 5 months ago by Bob Gough

Katie J. Watters, 26, of 421 Jersey #B for Failure to Reduce Speed to Avoid an Accident at 5th & Maine on 12-13-12 @ 1039 hours. Released on NTA

Lacy A. Bray, 29, of Hannibal, MO for Disobeying a Traffic Light at 4th & Broadway on 12-13-12 @ 0828 hours. Released on PTC. 

Arnulfo G. Martinez, 37, for Unlawful Restraint & Domestic Battery at his residence on 12-14-12 @ 0410 hours. Lodged  in the ACJ. 

Joshua M. Rawluk, 38, 2920 Lois Lane, Grants Pass, OR., and Thomas D. McCreery, 20, 4017 Slump Deer Rd., New Smyrna Beach, FL., for Disorderly Conduct at 200 S. 3rd at 0335 hrs of 12/08/12.  Rawluk was released on cash bond and McCreery on NTA. 

Tabitha C. Byars, 40, 1600 Cherry, for tickets on file for Improper Lane Usage and Driving While Revoked which occurred in front of 1531 Chestnut at 1334 hrs of 12/12/12.  Released on cash bond

Stilianos Efstratiadis, 4320 Bunker Drive, reported someone keyed his Porsche while it was parked in the Panera lot, 3720 Broadway, between 1035/1100 hrs of 12/09/12.

 


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