A January arraignment has been set in the case a Quincy man charged in the Dec. 4 shooting death of another Quincy man.
QUINCY -- The Quincy man arrested Friday after a short standoff on Quincy's north side and then arrested Sunday in Hannibal, Mo., after escaping the Blessing Adult Psychiatric Unit made his first court appearance Tuesday in Adams County Circuit Court.
Zachary D. Nokes, 46, faces charges of intimidation, a Class 3 felony; and aggravated assault, a Class A misdemeanor, in Friday's standoff at 2043 Maple. He also is charged with residential burglary, a Class 1 felony; and possession of stolen firearm, a Class 2 felony, in a burglary Thursday in rural Camp Point.
Charging documents say that Nokes told a woman that he would kill her if she did not let go of a gun. Documents also state that he burglarized the house in Camp Point and possessed a 20-gauge shotgun.
Nokes was arrested after the standoff with Quincy Police. He was being held in the Blessing Hospital psychiatric unit when he escaped, reportedly because a locked door had malfunctioned. He was later...
Two Hannibal residents were arrested on Saturday as part of an ongoing investigation into narcotics distribution.
The Quincy man who escaped Sunday afternoon from the Blessing Adult Psychiatric Unit has been arrested in Hannibal. The Quincy Police Department said Zachary D. Nokes, 46, was arrested by the Hannibal Police Department about 11:20 p.m. Sunday.
The Quincy Police Department is searching for a man who escaped Sunday afternoon from the Blessing Adult Psychiatric Unit.
The Quincy man charged in the Wednesday shooting death of another Quincy man made his first court appearance Friday.
Three correctional officers have been indicted on federal charges in connection with the assault and subsequent death of an inmate last year at Western Illinois Correctional Center in Mt. Sterling.