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gizzard93 - Sheriff reveals attempted jailbreak - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Have you got $25000000 to pay for it?
hinkdad - Sheriff reveals attempted jailbreak - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
How about pooling resources from the QFD, QPD, Adams County Sheriff's Dept, and Adams County Ambulance. Then constructing a SINGLE municipal building at say...... 14th and Broadway when Blessing pulls out? You could have a new jail, with the QPD in the same building (no more moving prisoners between buildings), new courthouse, new central fire station, and new ambulance hub. The City/County could…
migraine_in_qcy - Sheriff reveals attempted jailbreak - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Other than general feelings about how the jail is old and unsafe, no one yet has given any actual examples of safety problems with the current jail. Obviously I don't spend my time there, so I don't know what issues there are. One of you that thinks we need a new jail (WarCry, WmMunny) because the current one is old, please give evidence of why the current jail is unsafe. Don't just…
pjohnf - Mendon men arrested in cannabis investigation - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Migraine, you are so right on, government isn't concerned about citizen's welfare, it's always been about money, power and control. Why do barbers, hairdressers and other such jobs need a license from some state bureaucracy? It's about the money?
WarCry - Sheriff reveals attempted jailbreak - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
See, I like that big, empty lot at the corner of 8th/Jersey. Put up a nice, multi-story building, move the county's sheriff's offices and jail over there with underground parking like the city police have. Put in some space for the state police to have an office or two in there as a satellite to the Pittsfield office, and keep some space for growth as needed. Put the jail in the upper sections…

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Gerald Guzman, 27, 115 1/2 N 8, FTA Manufacture/Delivery of Cannabis, Lodged

Heather W. Fuqua, 301 S. 43rd for Failure to reduce Speed / Accident at 30th & State on 9/16/12 at 1702 hrs. Fuqua was released on NTA.

Sarah M. Ostermiller, 813 Country Club Dr. for Failure to Yeild / Stop Sign at 12th & Jackson on 9/19/12 at 1416 hrs. Ostermiller was released on NTA.

Lori L. Carlson, New London, MO for Failure to Reduce Speed / Accident at 11th & Maine on 9/19/12 at 0740 hrs. Carlson was released on NTA.

Anjali Nanjappa, 925 S. 43rd for Failure to Yeild / Stop Sign at 4th & State on 9/19/12 at 1543 hrs. Najappa was released on D.L.

Sunny A. Allen, 522 Elm for Improper Turn and Operation of Uninsured Vehicle at 12th & Lind on 9/18/12 at 1623 hrs. Allen was released on D.L.

Michael W. Lish, 27, homeless, arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and Felony Retail Theft at Kmart on 09/15/12. Lodged

Scott Andresen, 21, 2526 Lexi Lane, Criminal Trespass to Residence, Battery and Criminal Damage under $300.

Amanda A. Myers, 25, homeless, possession of cannabis and Felony Retail Theft. Lodged 145 

On 9/06/12, First Bankers Trust reports receiving counterfeit $10 and $20 dollar bills in deposits from the Finish Line, and one from an unknown source. The $10 bills had the same serial numbers.

Leanne Williams, of Williams Shooters Supply reports a Radomka brand .22 cal rifle is missing from the warehouse of the business. The rifle was came up missing between 8/24/12 and 9/04/12.

Jonathon R. Hofmann, 19, 1818 E. 1850th Ave., Coatsburg, IL., for Operating an Uninsured Vehicle at 52nd Broadway at 2129 hrs of 08/28/12.  Released on NTA. 

Sarah E. Self, 1004 Locust, reported someone entered her 10 Kia Vehicle between 0000/0600 hrs of 09/16/12 while it was parked in front of her residence.  Taken was a DVD player, a black wallet and a bracelet 

Gwedilyn N. Tournear, 525 Jackson, reported on 09/07/12,she sent $824 through Western Union for a puppy and never received the puppy

Angel M. Strieker, 215 Cherry, reported someone stole her white and tan female cat 'Snowball' from her yard between 1000/1200 hrs of 09/16/12. 

Michael J. Weed, 47, 1325 N. 6th, reported a political sign which says 'Vote for Weed', was stolen from his yard at 1935 hrs of 08/29/12. 


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