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Matthew Ryan McAneny and Shauna Nicole Knittig of Quincy

Andrew Travis Derhake and Kayla Lynn Crawford of Liberty

James Michael Henry and Kelly Leigh Johnson of Quincy

Nichalas Tanner Holtschlag and Amber Ann Brink of Quincy

Scott Edward Dieterle and Shawna Bonnie Friday of Golden

Howard Ray Dykman of Fremont, Mich. and Glenna June Jones of Quincy

Aaron Wayne Strieker and Bobbie Lynn Brown of Quincy

Bradley Lee Longcor Jr. and Morgan Carol Weiss of Quincy

Daniel Paul Clark of Waukegan and Jaime Beth Cornwell of Chicago

Kaleb William Smith and Brittany Renee Cameron of Quincy

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  • UPDATE: Quincy Police say missing man's body found in wooded area

    UPDATE: Quincy Police say missing man's body found in wooded area

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    A 10-hour search for a missing Quincy man ended early Thursday evening when searchers found his body in a heavily wooded area between two Quincy parks near the Mississippi River. Quincy police reported the body of David...
  • New taxi service starts in Quincy with goal of cutting down on drunken drivers

    New taxi service starts in Quincy with goal of cutting down on drunken drivers

    Thursday, August 28 2014 3:19 PM EDT2014-08-28 19:19:58 GMT
    David French hopes he can cut down on drunken driving with his new tax business in Quincy. French, 43, operates Mr. Taxi, which opened about a month ago after he received a taxicab license for the business from the city...
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  • Detective's interest in Lovelace case led to grand jury indictment

    Detective's interest in Lovelace case led to grand jury indictment

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    Only one thing about Cory Lovelace's death in 2006 concerned Quincy Police Chief Rob Copley. "At that time, I don't recall anything that really caused me great alarm," Copley said. "Was it concerning that they couldn't make a determination on cause of death? Yes, because that leaves the case open." That open case led a member of the Quincy Police Department's detective unit to take another look at the case late last year.
    Only one thing about Cory Lovelace's death in 2006 concerned Quincy Police Chief Rob Copley. "At that time, I don't recall anything that really caused me great alarm," Copley said. "Was it concerning that they couldn't make a determination on cause of death? Yes, because that leaves the case open." That open case led a member of the Quincy Police Department's detective unit to take another look at the case late last year.
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