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  • Quincy Police June 27, 2015 ON THE RECORD

    Quincy Police June 27, 2015 ON THE RECORD

    On the Record: Reported June 27, 2015
    On the Record: Reported June 27, 2015
  • ON THE RECORD: Reported June 25, 2015

    ON THE RECORD: Reported June 25, 2015

    A red and black bag containing an iPhone and other items was taken June 22 from an unlocked Chevrolet pickup parked on Fifth between Maine and Hampshire.
    A red and black bag containing an iPhone and other items was taken June 22 from an unlocked Chevrolet pickup parked on Fifth between Maine and Hampshire.
  • ON THE RECORD: Reported June 24, 2015

    ON THE RECORD: Reported June 24, 2015

    A motorized bicycle was taken June 16 from the yard at 1017 Jersey. A Murray lawnmower was taken between May 22 and June 4 from a residence at 300 S. 10th. Several items were taken...
    A motorized bicycle was taken June 16 from the yard at 1017 Jersey. A Murray lawnmower was taken between May 22 and June 4 from a residence at 300 S. 10th. Several items were taken...
  • ON THE RECORD: Reported June 18, 2015

    ON THE RECORD: Reported June 18, 2015

    Thursday, June 18 2015 10:20 AM EDT2015-06-18 14:20:38 GMT
    Several nails were found behind a vehicle's tires on June 8 at Country Club Heights. A vehicle drove through a garden between June 5-8 at 3716 Prairie Ridge Drive. A YWCA rental house at...
    Several nails were found behind a vehicle's tires on June 8 at Country Club Heights. A vehicle drove through a garden between June 5-8 at 3716 Prairie Ridge Drive. A YWCA rental house at...
  • ON THE RECORD: Reported June 15, 2015

    ON THE RECORD: Reported June 15, 2015

    Monday, June 15 2015 10:48 AM EDT2015-06-15 14:48:33 GMT
    An Xbox One was taken from a residence at 1612 Cedar on May 13. A cell phone and prescription medication were taken from an unlocked 2005 Chevrolet while it was parked at 1328 S. Seventh on May 21 or 22. Some loose change was taken from two unlocked vehicles parked at 2219 Sycamore on May 31 or June 1. A two-wheeled handcart was taken from a yard at 302 Chestnut in late May. Vandalism Wires to deck lighting were cut at the rear of a residence at 490...
    An Xbox One was taken from a residence at 1612 Cedar on May 13. A cell phone and prescription medication were taken from an unlocked 2005 Chevrolet while it was parked at 1328 S. Seventh on May 21 or 22. Some loose change was taken from two unlocked vehicles parked at 2219 Sycamore on May 31 or June 1. A two-wheeled handcart was taken from a yard at 302 Chestnut in late May. Vandalism Wires to deck lighting were cut at the rear of a residence at 490...
  • Divorces granted ON THE RECORD June 11, 2015

    Divorces granted ON THE RECORD June 11, 2015

    Saturday, June 13 2015 11:43 PM EDT2015-06-14 03:43:05 GMT
    Divorces granted Melvyn J. Gerdel, no age given, from Lori J. Post, no age given, no fault. Autumn Martin, 22, from Nathan Martin, 26, no fault. She had the name Boitschev restored. Amanda J. Smith, 33, from Derek J....
    Divorces granted Melvyn J. Gerdel, no age given, from Lori J. Post, no age given, no fault. Autumn Martin, 22, from Nathan Martin, 26, no fault. She had the name Boitschev restored. Amanda J. Smith, 33, from Derek J....
  • ON THE RECORD: Reported June 9, 2015

    ON THE RECORD: Reported June 9, 2015

    Tuesday, June 9 2015 1:02 PM EDT2015-06-09 17:02:41 GMT
    Prescription medication was taken May 21 from an unlocked vehicle parked at 2903 Broadway. A Chicago woman reported three Apple iPhones were taken June 1 from 1716 Locust. Red Honda mower was taken May 8 from a residence at 421 Locust. Light bar was taken between May 24-25 from the top of a Jeep while it was parked at 1030 Jersey.
    Quincy Police Thefts, burglaries Prescription medication was taken May 21 from an unlocked vehicle parked at 2903 Broadway. A Chicago woman reported three Apple iPhones were taken June 1 from 1716 Locust. A red...
  • ON THE RECORD: Reported June 8, 2015

    ON THE RECORD: Reported June 8, 2015

    Monday, June 8 2015 10:49 AM EDT2015-06-08 14:49:16 GMT
    Adams County Circuit Court Charges filed David I. Snder, 58, of 2422 N. 24th, was charged with four counts of participation in methamphetamine production stemming from Feb. 26, March 27, April 9 and April 21 incidents. Paul G. Gower, 66, of 1609 N. 17th, was charged with concealment of vehicle identification stemming from a March 17 incident. Bruce E. Butler Jr., 21, of 5530 Town and Country, was charged wiwth aggravated driving under the influence and driving while license was suspe...
    Adams County Circuit Court Charges filed David I. Snder, 58, of 2422 N. 24th, was charged with four counts of participation in methamphetamine production stemming from Feb. 26, March 27, April 9 and April 21 incidents. Paul G. Gower, 66, of 1609 N. 17th, was charged with concealment of vehicle identification stemming from a March 17 incident. Bruce E. Butler Jr., 21, of 5530 Town and Country, was charged wiwth aggravated driving under the influence and driving while license was suspe...
  • ON THE RECORD: Reported June 6, 2015

    ON THE RECORD: Reported June 6, 2015

    On the Record reported June 6, 2015
    On the Record reported June 6, 2015
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  • City Council approves TIF rental rehab program

    City Council approves TIF rental rehab program

    Tuesday, June 30 2015 9:31 AM EDT2015-06-30 13:31:14 GMT
    A portion of the money generated through the two downtown Quincy tax increment finance districts can now be used to help renovate residential space.The Quincy City Council approved the program Monday that would allow zero-interest loans of up to $25,000 per residential unit. 
    A portion of the money generated through the two downtown Quincy tax increment finance districts can now be used to help renovate residential space.The Quincy City Council approved the program Monday that would allow zero-interest loans of up to $25,000 per residential unit. 
  • Committee recommends city keep Cape Air service for two years

    Committee recommends city keep Cape Air service for two years

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 8:26 AM EDT2015-07-01 12:26:11 GMT
    Passenger air service provider Cape Air received a recommendation Tuesday from the Aeronautics Committee to continue providing flights between St. Louis and Quincy for two years, but it also was challenged to find a way to offer service to Chicago when the service is bid again. If selected later this year by the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Hyannis, Mass.-based carrier will provide 36 weekly flights to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
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  • Hester resigns as manager of Quincy Regional Airport

    Hester resigns as manager of Quincy Regional Airport

    Tuesday, June 30 2015 8:27 PM EDT2015-07-01 00:27:07 GMT
    Mayor Kyle Moore confirmed after a meeting of the Aeronautics Committee that Tuesday was Hester's last day. He said Hester was seeking another opportunity that he felt he would be a better opportunity. Moore lauded Hester for his service, noting that the airport was recognized by the Illinois Department of Transportation as the airport of the year in 2015. Hester was not at the meeting. He did not return phone messages Tuesday night.
    Mayor Kyle Moore confirmed after a meeting of the Aeronautics Committee that Tuesday was Hester's last day. He said Hester was seeking another opportunity that he felt he would be a better opportunity. Moore lauded Hester for his service, noting that the airport was recognized by the Illinois Department of Transportation as the airport of the year in 2015. Hester was not at the meeting. He did not return phone messages Tuesday night.
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