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UrKidsWillPay - Child shot and killed in Quincy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Actually, it does make a huge difference. Every study that you can find on the subject of single parent children shows enormous correlation between that status and criminality of the child, incarceration, poor academic peformance, being a victim of crime, living in poverty and in general having a much crappier life. I know all the "if it feels good do it crowd" will be uncomfortable with this but…
Bob6140 - Child shot and killed in Quincy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
It doesn't. That is my point! Yet somehow, some must jump immediately to the conclusion that it was drugs or bad parenting that contributed. Why is that? I think it's much more feasible that this was the result of a meaningless argument with another kid. Blame the shooter, not the victim. And simply stating that racism is alive and well in this town is not racist.
UrKidsWillPay - Tom Schweich spokesman Spence Jackson found dead - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
No it really isn't appropriate. He is either dead or he isn't. If they had multiple sources confirm he is dead there is no need for the apparent. The coroner announcement or police announcement doesn't make the person dead. Lack of breathing is what makes them dead. Millions of people die each year in the US and nearly all of them are dead without coroner or the police ever seeing them…
qfingers - Tom Schweich spokesman Spence Jackson found dead - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Yes..."apparent" is ppropriate....article says "multiple sources" and not any official announcement from the coroner who is the one that issues the death certificate. Would take the police announcing it too as "official".
quincymike - New jail or no new jail? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
#1. The sales tax increase is the easy way, correct? I do not think so! Take one look at Cook County and Chicago and look whats happening to their sales tax game. Your local business melts away. Even a little bit decreases the anticipated revenue flow. #2. When I hear comments like "if revenue from the sales tax does not pay the bonds completly then I guess we will have to take it out of the general…

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QPD Blotter for 8/2

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Gerald Davenport of Quincy reports he was chased and attacked by three neighborhood children on 7/24 while walking at 300 Chestnut. Had minor injuries.

Kevin W. Wages, 40, of 615 N. 8th for Aggravated Battery at 1110 N. 7th on 07-06-12 @ 2318 hours. Wages was located at 521 Vermont on 08-01-12 and lodged.

Patsy L. Schlueter, 27, of 1130 Jersey for Stealing at 1017 Jersey Apt. B on 07-23-12 @ 1305 hours. Released on NTA.

Thomas J Liesen, 62, of Quincy for improper driving at 6th/Maine on 8/1.

Walter Whiston, 53, of Niota,for failure to yield at 36th/Broadway on 8/1.

Ashley Epperson, 25, of Payson for suspended registration at 18th/Broadway on 7/31.

Abra Young of Quincy for child restraint at 6th/Vermont on 7/30.

Deana Lambkin, 30, of Quincy for peace disturbance at 1723 Broadway on 7/24.

Dustyn Kaltenbach, 22, of 826 York for Domestic Battery at his residence on 07/31/12 at 2333 hours. Lodged

Troy Owsley, 22, of Quincy for FTA uninsured vehicle and criminal trespass to land at 500 Payson on 8/1.

Tylen Tanner, 17, Homeless, for burglary warrant at the ACJDC on 8/1.

Trace Huner of Town and Country Bank reports receiving a counterfeit $20 bill in the deposit of Hy-Vee on 7/15.

Lisa Bugger of Quincy reports her credit card was used to rent a car without her authorization on 4/20.

Travis M. Jansen, an employee of St. James Lutheran School located at to Property 1617 Madison, reported that an unknown suspect burned a plastic sign on the southwest corner of the property. The grass around the sign was also burnt, and the ignition source is unknown at this time.

Richard Majors and his mom Roxinne Douglas got into an disturbance violence at their residence on 7/19. No arrests.

Shane Vincent of Hull reports Ameren service received in his name at 1015 N 9th. He has never lived in Quincy.

A maroon free spirit bike was located at 1101 Maine on 7/27.

Scott Kaufman of 611 Monroe reports a blue and silver mountain bike was stolen from the yard on 7/27.

Morgan Baillie of 1529 Cedar reports scrap metal was stolen from behind his garage on 7/14.

Barnell J. Trass, 20, of 649 Washington, for Resisting/Obstructing a Police Officer at 401 Chestnut at 2201 hrs of 07/21/12. Released on NTA.

Amanda M. Etchells, 35, of 924 N. 12th, for Retail Theft at Walmart, 5211 Broadway, at 1802 hrs of 07/22/12. Released on NTA.

Eric L. Koenig, 20, of 789 N. 2650th Ave., Mendon, IL. For a warrant for FTA-Small Claims at 1000 Hampshire at 1950 hrs of 07/31/12. Released on cash bond.

Alicia K. Ahern, 25255 Durham Trail, Durham, Mo., for Reckless Driving in front of 2601 W. Valley View at 1842 hrs of 07/20/12. Released on NTA.

Jeremy R Deverger, 24, of 807 N 6th for Aggravated Participation in Methamphetamine Production (Pregnant Person), Manufacture or Delivery of Methamphetamine 15-100 grams, and Possession of Meth Precursors and Troy A Deverger, 18, of 1116 Washington for Possession of Meth Precursors on 7-31-12 at 2026 hrs after a search warrant at 807 N 6th. Lodged.

Felicia L. French, 27, of 523 N. 6th, for a Morgan Co. warrant for FTA-Driving While License is Suspended at 6th Elm at 2310 hrs of 07/31/12. Lodged in the Adams Co. Jail.

James D. Grafton, 1528 Park Ave., reported someone entered a storage shed behind 1518 Penthouse Drive which belongs to him between 2300 hrs and midnight of 07/15/12. Taken were: 2 coolers, a foor jack, 2 roofing shovels, a pitchfork, a two foot roller magnet, a charcoal grill, a Rubbermaid tub, a milk crate, a chanin hoist, 4 roof vents and a shovel/hoe/rake.

Carol J. Rankin, 101 E. Center St., Loraine, IL., reported she lost her checkbook at the Quincy Mall between 1500/1700 hrs of 07/26/12.

Jessica L. Ramsey, of 720 E. Tolton Drive, reported her purse was stolen from the rear of 828 York between 0425/0430 hrs of 07/27/12. The purse contained:, $35 cash, two credit cards, identification, and a Pantec cell phone.

Jasmine N Poling, 23, of 303 1/2 N 18th reported that between 7-20-12 at 1700 hrs and 7-21-12 at 1100 hrs some prescription drugs were taken from 400 Oak.


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