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1950Brutus - Study finds reasons Springfield Diocese Catholics have left the Church - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJou
I share many of the experiences described here by others – for me though the crossroad was when the church changed the definition of a “mortal sin”. With a stroke of the pen all of a sudden it became OK to eat meat on Friday and attending mass on Sat night fulfilled one’s obligation for Sunday. This still doesn’t make sense to me. A MORTAL SIN isn’t something that is open to a definition change – not…
pjohnf - Mayor Moore discusses Newcomb proposal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Duh exactly how much are we getting in property taxes now on the lot, zero, zip, nada and that will remain the same if Duesterhaus gets his parking lot. Wasn't Duesterhaus a big supporter of the debacle of hydro power? Unfortunately in this day and age city's have to put up money to get private enterprises to invest in projects. I say let's move forward because the hydro supporters didn't…
1950Brutus - REBEL MEDIA: Re-embracing the Royals - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
AHHH how I envy you – to have such pleasant memories of a World Series. I, being a Cleveland fan, have no such memories although I hope to live long enough, and doing everything in my power to extend my life, to experience this. My efforts include precise instructions to my doctor to NOT pull the plug until Cleveland is victorious. Advances in science may be my best hope.
1950Brutus - Illinois governor leans on Obamas for support - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Why do the liberals continue to tout the Obama Doesn’t Care If It Is Affordable Act as a success. If memory serves me correctly – when this bill was being debated there were supposedly 40 million people without insurance. Now 8 million people have signed up it seems it is time to party. For us old people who have followed baseball for a long time this %age – 20 – is known as the MENDOZA line. Mario…
qfingers - Quincy Police Blotter for September 30, 2014 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
She was probably behind a car and started forward and ran into it. Ergo improper starting. Not one you see very often at all.

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QPD Blotter for 3/27

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Thomas W Lenane, 26, 2007 Van Buren for operating uninsured vehicle at 18th and Harrison on 3-26-12 at 1944 hrs.  NTA. 

A'Darius S Porter, 19, 3100 State for disobeying a stop sign at 48th and Harrison on 3-26-12 at 1846 hrs.  NTA. 

Aurelia A O'Neal, 18, St Louis, MO for speeding at 22nd and Broadway on 3-26-12 at 2314 hrs.  PTC. 

Jeremy T Whelan, 19, Monroe City, MO for disobeying a traffic signal at 4th and Hampshire on 3-26-12 at 1933 hrs.  PTC. 

Eric T. Bowen, 36, 4009 State, for a warrant for FTA-Speeding, at 16th Broadway at 1925 hrs of 03/26/12.  Released on cash bond. 

Sara M. Shoemate, 24, 2033 Lind, for DUI and Improper Lane Usage at 14th Broadway at 0335 hrs of 03/04/12.  Released on dl and NTA. 

Dillon T. Wexell, 24, 1102 Jersey, for Fighting at 501 1/2 N. 5th, at 2216 hrs of 03/23/12.  Released on NTA. 

Michael B. Gordon, 46, 700 Ohio, for a warrant for FTA-Fighting, at his residence at 1719 hrs of 03/26/12.  Lodged in the Adams Co. Jail. 

Phillip L Mitchell, 55, 616 Jackson reported the rear window of his 1999 Jeep was shattered while parked at 616 Jackson on 3-21-12 between 1600 and 2000 hrs. 

QPD officer's located a structure fire at 438 S 8th on 3-19-12 at 0325 hrs.  QFD responded and extinguished a fire in the attic. 

Derek B. Abbott, 2311 Broadway for Operation of Uninsured Vehicle at 22nd & College on 3/26/12 at 1224 hrs.  Abbott was released on NTA.

Teresa J. Wilhite, 1322 Oak for Operation of Uninsured vehicle at 36th & State on 3/26/12 at 1244 hrs.  Wilhite was released on NTA. 

James E. Parrick, 133 S. 4th for Open Alcohol in a Public Place at 5th & Maine on 3/17/12 at 1529 hrs.  Parrick was released on NTA. 

Mathew C. Clark, 2010 W. Hilltop for Stealing at 2010 W. Hilltop on 3/14/12 at 1800 hrs.  Clark was released on NTA. 

Melinda K.Mitchell, 535 Grant Drive reports that on 3/18/12 between 0200 and 0300 hrs the right side mirror of her 2002 Ford was damaged while parked on the lot at Indian Hills housing complex.  The mirror was broken off the door of the car. 

Patrick R. McCauslin, 1712 State reports that between 2300 hrs on 3/15/12 and 0115 on 3/16/12 his 2005 Chevrolet pickup had the tailgate damaged while the truck was parked in front of his residence.

Jargal Jolsuren, 3100 State Apt C35 reports 0n 3/22/12 between 1100 and 1830 hrs his 1997 Toyota had the rear window broken and the left side door scratched while it was parked on the lot at 3100 State. 

Nathan R. Dominguez, 713 Cedar reports that on 3/25/12 at 1600 hrs he lost his Andriod Galaxy phone in the area of 10th & Jackson.  Phone was valued at $400. 

Yvonne M. Klitz, an employee of County Market Express, 235 S. 8th reports on 3/21/12 at 1024 hrs a vehicle drove off without paying for $20.01 in fuel. 


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