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Quincy man gets three-year prison sentence in battery, obstruction case

 

A Quincy man has been sentenced to three years in the Illinois Department of Corrections on two charges.

Gregory S. Delcour, 27, of 720 Spring, was sentenced by Judge William Mays to two years on a charge of aggravated battery and one year on a charge of obstructing justice. Mays ordered the sentences to be served consecutively and also ordered Delcour to pay all court costs.

Delcour was given credit for 91 days already served in the Adams County Jail,

The charges stemmed from June 23 and Nov. 7 incidents.

 

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