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Quincy Police

Thefts, burglaries

An orange Ambush bicycle was taken from the back porch of a residence in the 800 block of North Eighth on June 7

A cast iron tub full of metal and a water heater were taken from B&L Upholstery, 301 S. Eighth, between June 11-12.

A black Motorola Atrix 4G phone valued at $600 was left at Steak ‘n Shake at 1 p.m. June 8. When a Quincy woman called the restaurant to see if it was turned in, it was not.

A Craftsman battery charger, 16-piece metric tool set and a 16-piece standard tool set were taken from a garage in the 1000 block of Chestnut between June 11-15.

A wallet was taken from a residence in the 600 block of Ohio between June 21-22.

A black Pacific mountain bicycle was taken from the yard of a residence in the 600 block of Monroe between June 19-20.

An unsuccessful attempt was made to enter the Girl Scout office, 3837 East Lake Centre, on June 14.

Four tan outdoor chairs and a tan umbrella were taken from the backyard of a residence in the 500 block of Elm between June 16-19.

Two coil boxes and a 50-foot roll of copper tubing were taken from a construction site in the 1800 block of North 17th between June 4-15.

A purse was taken from an unlocked vehicle parked in the 1200 block of Jersey on June 19 and some unauthorized person then used a debit card from the purse at several locations in Missouri.

Vandalism

A water balloon was thrown at windshield of a 1991 Jeep, cracking it. The incident occurred at 9:48 p.m. June 17 while at 2410 State.

A driver's side window was shattered on a 2000 Buick while it was parked in the ShopKo parking lot at 3200 Broadway on June 16.

 

Circuit Court

Charges filed

Lemario Q. Johnson, 32, no address available, was charged with aggravated participation in methamphetamine production, possession of methamphetamine manufacture materials, possession of methamphetamine and possession of a weapon by a felon stemming from a May 18 incident.

Amber M. Kelley, 22, of 401 Chestnut, was charged with aggravated unlawful participation in methamphetamine production stemming from a May 18 incident.

Wesley Ryan Elledge, 23, of 1911 Wilmar Orchard Circle Drive, was charged with aggravated driving under the influence, driving under the influence with .08 content, and driving while license was revoked stemming from a March 25 incident.

Terri M. Gibbons, 28, of 2519 Stevens Drive, was charged with two counts of burglary and one count of possession of hypodermic syringe or needle stemming from a June 12 incident.

Nicloe M. Elder, 25, of Lewistown, Mo., was charged with theft over $500 stemming from an incident between April 12-June 13.

Lucinda L. Couchman, 46, no address available, was charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of cannabis stemming from a May 13 incident.

Wendy C. Davis, 41, of 1830 Washington, was charged with unlawful use of a debit card and theft stemming from an incident between March 17-29.

 

 

 

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