Quincy man held in property damage case waives preliminary hearing
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Quincy man held in property damage case waives preliminary hearing

An 18-year-old Quincy man charged in connection with numerous reports of criminal damage to property waives his preliminary hearing Wednesday in Adams County Circuit Court. Conner M. Neisen faces one count of criminal damage to property.

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No charges filed in March incident at Adams School

Charges will not be filed against an Quincy Public Schools employee who allegedly punched a student last month.

Quincy woman arrested on meth charges
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Quincy woman arrested on meth charges

A Quincy woman was arrested on drug-related charges Tuesday night after a search of a Quincy home.

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Hannibal man involved in rail crossing crash

RENSSELAER, Mo. -- Hannibal man involved in rail crossing crash

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Shelbina man injured in Macon County crash

ANABEL, Mo. -- Shelbina man injured in Macon County crash

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QPD seeks information on armed robbery

The Quincy Police Department is seeking the public's help with information in connection with a Tuesday night armed robbery.

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Three injured in crash on Mo. 6 near Edina

Three people were taken to area hospitals for treatment Tuesday evening after a two-vehicle crash a mile south of Edina.

Trial of Philadelphia, Mo., man accused in 2015 killing set to start May 15
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Trial of Philadelphia, Mo., man accused in 2015 killing set to start May 15

A Philadelphia, Mo., man facing multiple charges in connection with the 2015 shooting death of a Hannibal man is set to go to trial next month.

Man sought in Wayland gas station burglary
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Man sought in Wayland gas station burglary

The Clark County Sheriff's Department is seeking a man who broke into the One Stop gas station in Wayland.

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Suspicious man reported near Adams School in Quincy

A suspicious man was spotted Tuesday morning near Adams School allegedly trying to talk with children, police said.