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This is going to be one very interesting trial but more sad than anything. It may be one that we see on Dateline or 20/20. I totally agree with Qcy Guy.
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It isn't, per se, illegal "in your car" but it is illegal "in a public place" which is defined in our municipal code as "reasonably...expected to be viewed by others' which would hold true for a car...and especially if an officer approaches your window for whatever reason. Might they tell you to cover up and move on? Maybe....but they wouldn't be required to ignore your offense.
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And the passenger as well?
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Because you are in a car and driving. So they ask to see the Drivers License. Standard at any traffic stop, should also ask for the insurance card.
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2 years, 7 months ago by Bob Gough

Multiple arrests for LSD, cocaine and meth

West Central Illinois Task Force has participated in the arrests of several individuals for various drug related charges.

Ian Vosse, Everett Humphrey, and Arron Augsburg were all arrested on warrants for unrelated offenses.

Nicholas Trenter and Melissa Tillquist were arrested on Meth Manufacturing charges after agents conducted a search warrant at 1301 Spring, Apt. D, Quincy, on January 18.

Tillquist was arrested on January 18 and Trenter on January 26.

Both Trenter and Tillquist were lodged at the Adams County Jail.

Ian A. Vosse,  3423 Lindell, Quincy

Age: 20 Gender: Male

Date & Time of Arrest:  01/25/2012  10:15 a.m.

Subject Charged With: Delivery Of A Controlled Substance (LSD)                                                               

Name:  Everett Humphrey, 111 N. 8th, Quincy

Age: 54 Gender: Male

Date & Time of Arrest: 01/25/2012 2:50 p.m.

Subject Charged With: 2 Counts Delivery Of A Controlled Substance (Cocaine)

 Name: Arron A. Augsburg

 Address: 2725 Kings Point, Quincy

Date & Time of Arrest: 01/25/2012  11:00  a.m.

Age:  23       Gender:  Male

Subject Charged With: 3 Counts Delivery Of A Controlled Substance (Methodone)

Name:  Nicholas L. Trenter

Address:  734 N. 4th St., Quincy

Age: 26 Gender: Male

Date & Time of Arrest: 01/26/2012  6:00 p.m.                        

Subject Charged With: Aggravated Participation In Meth Manufacturing

Name:   Melissa D. Tillquist

Address:  1301 Spring Apt. D, Quincy

Age: 23 Gender: Female

Date & Time of Arrest: 01/18/2012  6:30 p.m.                        

Subject Charged With: Aggravated Participation Meth Manufacturing

The West Central Task Force is comprised of officers from the Illinois State Police, Quincy Police Department, Adams County Sheriff’s Department, Brown County Sheriff’s Department, and the Pike County Sheriff’s Department. 

All persons are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 


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