Daily Blotter

DAILY BLOTTER: March 6, 2018

Posted: Mar. 6, 2018 9:17 am Updated: Mar. 6, 2018 9:23 am

Quincy Police

From logs emailed by the Quincy Police Department at 5:26 p.m. March 5 and 5:09 a.m. March 6.

18-06100 arrest Tynisha Nebe 39, 631 Harrison Dr. for FTA improper lighting. Cash bond

18-06075 arrest/lodged Lamontie T Williams 18, of 1870 Chestnut for FTA cannabis and paraphernalia at QU.

18-05923 arrest/lodged Rolland Luckett Sr. 937 N 11th for poss of stolen property, poss of mislaid/stolen credit card and use of credit card with intent to defraud at Armadillon Audio on 3/3.

18-05923 arrest/lodged Regina L Fanning 25, of Quincy for FTA dangerous drugs out of Sangamon County and new charges of forgery, poss of stolen property, poss of lost/mislaid credit card and use of credit card with intent defraud.

18-05538 identity theft Stephen Lockett of Quincy reports his identity was used to open multiple service contracts with AT&T in the Duluth, MN area.

18-05536 Theft under Nancy Hood of 1329 N 6th reports that approximately 5 gallons of gas were stolen from her vehicle's tank on 2/28.

18-05580 Arrest Shawn E Hills (42) 721 Washington for Agg Assault on 2/28/18 at 721 Washington. USC

18-06130 Arrest/Lodged Gabriel R Landis (45) 1139 N 12th for Felony Retail Theft at Walmart on 3/5/18.

18-06127 Arrest/Lodged Walter W Roberts (73) 930 N 5th St for FTA- Battery.

Arrest/Traffic Wiliam M McCleery Jr (62) 2641 Wild Horse for Stop sign violation. PTC

Connie J Harrison (57) 6526 Broadway Apt 25 for Failure to Yield- private drive. PTC

Edward R Huner (75) 2028 Cedar for Failure to Yield - Stop sign. PTC

Clinton L John (46) Camp Point for Operating an uninsured motor vehicle. NTA

18-06081 Burg to Motor Vehicle Kelsey A Vonderhaar reported that someone entered her 2014 Toyota Camry between 3/2-3/3/18 while it was parked at 406 Holly

18-04995 Theft by Deception Nancy R Bartles (83) reported that she was contacted by phone and told her grandson was in a car accident and scammed into sending money to New York. Bartles realized it was a scam the next day when she got a hold of her grandson's sister.