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WarCry - QND Football fills scheduling vacancy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Just wondering, but why do you think this sounds like a bad idea? The kids get to play football, they might get a little more exposure as players than they would just sticking around here. I mean, travel does always have some risk, but that's applicable whether it's a school trip or a family vacation. I guess I just don't see why this is worse than, say, traveling to Chicago or something.
migraine_in_qcy - Abandoned baby calls to mind Safe Haven laws - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Sorry, but I'm not as forgiving as you are. You say "it's not like they want their baby dead". What do you think dropping a baby into a dumpster is intended to accomplish? They wanted that baby dead, no doubt about. Oh, and as for your other statement, "I can't imagine any mother would choose to let their child die if they had the other clear option". Babies are killed in the name of…
Loverofblues - QND Football fills scheduling vacancy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Seems maybe a little over the top. Even if boosters pick up the tab. Might even help a few students with tuition.
CoolEdge - Abandoned baby calls to mind Safe Haven laws - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
There is that "mass of cells" crowd that would allow even late term abortion. But someone that has carried to term and delivered almost certainly doesn't realize they could save the child and not be condemned or jailed. They are just ignorant and/or desperate. I guess they delivered outside a hospital? That is certainly trauma now, despite our grandparents doing it routinely. While the law…
Stupid_Dems - Quincy Park Board to interview executive director finalists - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Wouldn't that be wonderful?

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QPD Blotter for 12/6/12

1 year, 8 months ago by Paige Traeder

Jeffrey R. Sheurman, 42, of 635 W Tolton Dr, Operation of Uninsured Motor Vehicle and Speeding   RL DL  

Taylor A. Darnell, 19, of Murrayville, IL, Failure to Reduce Speed to Avoid an Accident RL NTA  

Alexandra Wells, 22, of 502 Grant Dr for FTA operating uninsured on 12/05/12 at 0140. 

Jeffrey Jay Martin, 42, of 930 State, Violation of Order of Protection. Lodged  

Erin D. Lummer, 43, of 235 N 12th, an employee of Quincy Medical Group, reports, sometime between 1700 on 11-28-12 and 0900 hours on 11-29-12, the office window facing N. 12th was damaged by a BB or pellet. No suspect info.    

Shanekia D. Scott, 35, of 605 Oak, reported that sometime between 0815-1330 hrs on 11-30-12, her 2008 Dodge Charger was egged while parked in front of her residence. This is the third time this vehicle has been egged in the last two months. No suspects.    

Several vehicles were damaged in the area of 714 Cedar on 11-25-12 between the hours of 0100 and 0330 hours. All of the vehicles were damaged by black spray paint. No suspects.

Robert J. Foxall, 61, of 932 S 43rd, reported his blue 2001 Chevrolet Silverado was struck by an unknown vehicle while parked in front of 633 Pawn Avenue between the hours of 2000 on 12-01-12 and 0800 on 12-02-12. There are no suspects.    

Chinna R. Andrews, 20, of 420 Scenic Drive, reported her 2008 Chevrolet Impala was struck by an unknown vehicle while parked in the parking lot at 318 Maiden Lane, between 0730- 0900 hours on 12-12-12.  No suspects.  

Bonnie J. Hutton, 72, of 2519 Dennis Drive, reported a 16 in. color TV, 3 rocking chairs and 2 plastic duck lawn ornaments were stolen from the front porch of her residence on 11-15-12.  No suspects.    

Victor A. Welper, 48, of 605 Woodbridge Drive, reported his sons IPAD was stolen sometime between 11-21-12 and 11-25-12 but was unsure where it was stolen from although he usually kept it in his vehicle.  

Emily P. W. Creech, 34, of 1333 Elm, for No Valid Driver's License and Failure to Yield to a Pedestrian in Crosswalk of a School Zone at 22nd Chestnut at 0734 hrs of 12/04/12. Released on NTA.

Linda K. Smith, of 523 N. 6th, reported someone stole her purse from Family Dollar, 620 Broadway, between 1500/1530 hrs of 12/03/12. The purse contained a black wallet, a debit card, $40 cash and identification.

Christopher R. Hale of 3200 Frese Drive, reported someon stole a Kindle Fire belonging to his son at Shopko, 3200 Broadway, between 1100/1200 hrs of 12/01/12.


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