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  • CRIME OF THE WEEK: Motorcycle burglaries

    CRIME OF THE WEEK: Motorcycle burglaries

    Thursday, June 18 2015 12:55 PM EDT2015-06-18 16:55:31 GMT
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs help in solving the theft of a motorcycle. A black 2006 Kawaski ZX-14 motorcycle was taken from a residence in the 1500 block of Locust in Quincy. The motorcycle was taken between 11:15 p.m. on June 11 and 10 a.m. on June 12.
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs help in solving the theft of a motorcycle. A black 2006 Kawaski ZX-14 motorcycle was taken from a residence in the 1500 block of Locust in Quincy. The motorcycle was taken between 11:15 p.m. on June 11 and 10 a.m. on June 12.
  • CRIME OF THE WEEK: Theft

    CRIME OF THE WEEK: Theft

    Thursday, June 11 2015 10:27 AM EDT2015-06-11 14:27:59 GMT
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers need help in obtaining information on a theft. Sometime between May 27 and May 30, a shed near 300 East 900th in Quincy was entered, and a snowblower was taken.
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers need help in obtaining information on a theft. Sometime between May 27 and May 30, a shed near 300 East 900th in Quincy was entered, and a snowblower was taken.
  • CRIME OF THE WEEK: Aggravated battery

    CRIME OF THE WEEK: Aggravated battery

    Thursday, June 4 2015 10:30 AM EDT2015-06-04 14:30:00 GMT
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs help in solving an aggravated battery/aggravated discharge of a firearm. An incident occurred at approximately 10 p.m. May 31. Officers were called to the emergency room at Blessing Hospital in regard to a male with a gunshot wound to his hand.
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs help in solving an aggravated battery/aggravated discharge of a firearm. An incident occurred at approximately 10 p.m. May 31. Officers were called to the emergency room at Blessing Hospital in regard to a male with a gunshot wound to his hand.
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  • Volunteers help flood victims bounce back in Edina

    Volunteers help flood victims bounce back in Edina

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 10:49 AM EDT2015-07-01 14:49:23 GMT
    A week after flood waters hit several Edina businesses, the community is talking about the small town spirit that rose as the water receded.It would be hard to recover without good volunteer help, but thats one of the great things about living in a small town: People help each other, Mayor David Strickler said.
    A week after flood waters hit several Edina businesses, the community is talking about the small town spirit that rose as the water receded.It would be hard to recover without good volunteer help, but thats one of the great things about living in a small town: People help each other, Mayor David Strickler said.
  • Community comes together in wake of shootings in 'a broken world'

    Community comes together in wake of shootings in 'a broken world'

    Thursday, July 2 2015 7:55 AM EDT2015-07-02 11:55:42 GMT
    he Rev. Chuck Sackett provided a somber reminder why Wednesday night's special service at Madison Park Christian Church proved necessary."We live in a broken world," said Sackett, the longtime pastor at Madison Park, whose sanctuary was a refuge for a turnout of about 300 looking for answers in the wake of the June 17 shootings in Charleston, S.C.
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  • Attorney: Quincy police had alleged shooter in custody for 16 hours day after incident before releasing him

    Attorney: Quincy police had alleged shooter in custody for 16 hours day after incident before releasing him

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 9:49 PM EDT2015-07-02 01:49:01 GMT
    The man accused of killing a 12-year-old Quincy boy in March was in the custody of Quincy police for 16 hours the day after the shooting before he was released. Steson L. Crider, 20, was a passenger in a 1999 Chrysler driven by his half brother Stefan K. Crider III, 24, that was pulled over by Sgt. Randy Wheeler at 1:20 a.m. on March 29 after it had left Town and Country Inn and Suites. 
    The man accused of killing a 12-year-old Quincy boy in March was in the custody of Quincy police for 16 hours the day after the shooting before he was released. Steson L. Crider, 20, was a passenger in a 1999 Chrysler driven by his half brother Stefan K. Crider III, 24, that was pulled over by Sgt. Randy Wheeler at 1:20 a.m. on March 29 after it had left Town and Country Inn and Suites. 
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