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Record: Reported July 10

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Charges filed

Karma N. Vickrey, 37, of 1601 S. 24th, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 14 incident.

John C. Eshom, 22, of Basco, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 29 incident

Mary Raymond Keppner, 59, of 4818 N. 12th, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a June 11 incident.

Ann Marie Wagner, 53, of Hannibal, Mo., was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a June 10 incident.

Matthew Hincks, 43, of 3322 Locust, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a June 12 incident.

George Curtis Gore, 30, of 1724 Spruce, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a June 19 incident.

Sanchez Angel Omar Bustillo, 35, of Jacksonville, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a June 20 incident.

Isaiah Christopher Stice, 18, of 626 S. 18th, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a June 21 incident.

Lucas W. Homan, 29, of 2455 Vermont, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 21 incident.

Richard Merle W. Newman Jr., 40, of 938 Nieders Lane, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a June 27 incident.

Raymond W. Callis, 29, of Bowen, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from both a June 26 incident and a July 3 incident.

Daniel T. Prefountain, 47, of Rushville Route 4, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a June 27 incident.

Teresa A. Couchman, 44, of 1428 Lisa Drive, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a June 28 incident.

Kimberly A. French, 38, of 1315 Highland, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a July 2 incident.

Michael Roger Maggart, 20, of 4134 N. 60th, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a July 1 incident.

Andrew J. O'Donnell, 27, of 5608 State, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a July 3 incident.

Vicki K. Seals, 43, of 1261 Kentucky, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a July 3 incident.

Christopher R. Koch, 34, of Alton, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a July 3 incident.

Larry B. Heck, 40, of 1100 Cherry, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a July 3 incident.

Carlos H. Rodriguez, 32, of 436 Hickory Pointe, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a July 3 incident.

William M. Meyer, 23, of 1511 Oak, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a July 4 incident.

Shelby R. Griffin, 26, of 1820 Adams, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a July 3 incident.

Stephanie Lynn Johnson, 30, of Keokuk, Iowa, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a July 2 incident.

Tasha S. Freeman, 17, of 824 Lind, was charged with aggravated battery stemming from a May 5 incident.

Amber M. Kelley, 22, of 401 Chestnut, was charged with residential burglary stemming from a Nov. 18. 2010 incident.

Joseph I. Smith, 48, of 6816 Broadway, was charged with two counts of aggravated battery stemming from a March 27 incident.

Devon R. Sherman, 22, of 9021/2 Monroe, was charged felony retail theft stemming from a May 7 incident.

Antoine L. Davis, 35, of Memphis, Tenn., was charged with possession of a weapon by a felon stemming from a May 22 incident.

Derman D. Lloyd, 20, of Canton, Mo., was charged with possession of cannabis stemming from a May 21 incident.

Seth M. Reed, 17, of Fowler, was charged with theft over $500 and possession of a stolen firearm stemming from a May 20 incident.

Dominic J. Hood, 23, no address available, was charged with unlawful delivery of cannabis stemming from a March 10 incident.

Joshua M. Kelley, 29, 505 Grant Drive, was charged with threatening a public official (Quincy Police officer), criminal damage to property and possession of drug paraphernalia stemming from a May 21 incident.

Jason A. Walton, 33, of 504 S. 12th, was charged with aggravated fleeing and driving under the influence over .08 stemming from a May 24 incident.

Jennifer A. Robertson, 38, of 1708 Oak, was charged with burglary, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia stemming from a May 20 and May 26 incident.

 

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