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Record: June 14

Circuit Court

Divorces granted

Jeffrey A. Hoebing, 50, from Gina S. Hoebing, 52, no fault.

Jennifer Ann Schneider, 36, from Samuel Alexander Schneider, 35, no fault. Each parent received custody of one minor child.

Jarod A. Savoia, 32, from Diana R. Savoia, 32, on grounds of mental cruelty. She had her maiden name Copeland restored.

Kristin N. Taber, 21, from Zachary R. Taber, 19, on grounds of mental cruelty. She received custody of one minor child.

Erin E. Angell, 32, from Jamie M. Angell, 36, no fault. Joint custody was awarded one minor child.

Harold Markword, 86, from Ina J. Markword, 73, no fault.

Susan Keck, no age available, from David E. Keck, no age available, no fault.

Tosha Paris, no age available, from Joseph D. Paris, no age available, no fault. Joint custody was awarded one minor child.

Mark J. Brinkley, no age given, from Wanda Jean Brinkley, no age given, no fault. She had her maiden name Sapp restored.

William E. Beckman Jr., 42, from Janet Sue Beckman, 42, no fault.

Quincy Police

Vandalism

A 2008 Harley-Davidson motorcycle was damaged when it was knocked over while parked in the 1600 block of Madison between June 6-7.

A vehicle was egged while it was parked in the 900 block of Chestnut on June 5.

A vehicle was scratched while it was parked in the 2200 block of North Fifth between June 4-5.

Front door to a house in the 500 block of Chestnut was spray painted between May 31-June 1.

Three vehicles owned by the same man were spray painted and egged while they were parked in the 400 block of Maple between June 2-5.

BB broke a rear passenger side window of a 1999 Infiniti while it was parked in the 2200 block of Vermont between June 5-6.

Thefts, burglaries

A Georgia man has his Coach brand, black leather wallet taken while at 20th and Oak on June 9. The wallet contained six cards, identification and an insurance card.

A New Hartford, Mo., man had his 2002 Cadillac entered while it was parked at Amtrak station at 2914 Wismann Lane between June 3-5. An envelope with miscellaneous papers was taken.

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