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eaglebeaky - Two die in overnight house fire - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Does anybody know if there is a way to help out? If there's anything that has been set up to accept donations of any kind, please post it.
gizzard93 - Strawman: Honey, Have You Seen My Race Card? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
we sure as hell are not going to give up!
eaglebeaky - Voter rights, crime victim rights amendments set for fall ballot so far - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJo
Thank you qfingers!!!. There are countless reasons against anybody compiling a DNA database for any reason. Way too much room for errors, manipulation, and outright abuse.
eaglebeaky - Voter rights, crime victim rights amendments set for fall ballot so far - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJo
Interesting ideas, Cool Edge, thanks for sharing them. My only questions about the fingerprint idea would be how would that be paid for, and who would have oversight over the information? Also, should election workers really be expected to serve as CSIs? And finally, at this point I don't trust the post office to accurately deliver the mail anymore... Would we really want them involved in our…
eaglebeaky - Voter rights, crime victim rights amendments set for fall ballot so far - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJo
Hate to have to correct you, AYHSMB... but I was a Huntsman supporter last time.

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QPD Weekend Blotter for 9/16

1 year, 7 months ago by Bob Gough

David E Heffington, 61, Palmyra, MO for operating uninsured vehicle at 3201 Broadway on 9-15-12 at 1226 hrs.  NTA. 

Katharine A Maas, 82, 1122 Payson Ave for failure to yield from a stop sign at 6th and Payson on 9-14-12 at 1500 hrs.  NTA. 

Mark A Brinks, 49, 1733 Spring for open alcohol in public in the1600 block of north 24th on 9-14-12 at 1553 hrs.  NTA. 

Garret M Anglin, 23, Augusta, IL for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident at 13th and Broadway on 9/14/12 at 1722 hrs.  NTA. 

Kerri A Kersey, 38, 1101 S 18th for cell phone use in a school zone on 9/14/12 at 1428 hrs. NTA.

Whitney L. Miller, 21, of Camp Point, IL for Speeding on IL I-72 on 09-14-12 @ 1816 hours. Released on NTA. 

Mary E. Martinez, 32, of 300 Cedar #8 for DWLS at 8th & Chestnut on 09-11-12 @ 1527 hours. Released on NTA. 

Kerri A Kersey, 37, 1101 S 18th for FTA speeding.  She was located at 28th and Maine on 9/14/12 at 1448 hrs.  Lodged. 

Michael L Williams 47, 735 S 14th for shoplifting at K-Mart on 7/17.

 Elizabeth A Jones, 50, 912 Adams for Retail Theft at 1400 Harrison on 9-1-12 at 0859 hrs. 

Ashley R Woerman, 23, 1820 Lind for driving in a school zone while using a cell phone at 18th and College on 9-13-12 at 1510 hrs. 

Scott Baird 33, of Quincy for improper backing at 22nd/Jefferson on 9/5.

Mario T Moore 36, 616 Chestnut for poss of drug paraphernalia at 10th/Locust on 9/14. 

Mark Brinks 49 of Quincy for open liquor in public at 24th/Locust on 9/14. 

Douglas H Lewis Jr. 26, 426 N 14th for Theft under $500 that occurred at Blessing Hospital on 9/7.  

Herman Osborne 818 Lind reports that a window was broken on his residence on 8/30. 

Officer Mueller took reports of several vehicles and mailboxes in the Nottingham subdivision that had been spray painted on 9/1.  145

Mercedes Galloway of Quincy reports her vehicle was hit and run while parked at 418 S 18th on 9/4. 

Trenton Black 1515 Cadbury reports his his vehicle was hit and run on 9/1 while parked at the residence. 

Antwanette Ingram 321 S 7th reports losing her wallet at Walgreens on 8/31.

A black tony hawk bike was recovered from 1720 College on 9/6. 

Brandon Smith, of Family Video, 2000 Broadway reports two movies were stolen on 9/10.

Daniel Williamson of Poage Auto reports the theft of vehicle tires from a Cadillac Escalade on their lot on 9/10. 

Jeremy Deter reports a J-throat style metal break was stolen from 1704 Spruce on 8/31.

 Carolyn Bailey 1005 Broadway reports the theft of three laptop computers from Blessing Hospital between 9/7 and 9/10. 


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