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Billy Meyer/ Jeff Dorsey
Billy Meyer/ Jeff Dorsey

Did You Know That Dr. Michael Swango Was Considered a Suspect For the 1982 Tylenol Scare in Chicago?

He is a convicted killer and possibly has killed up to 60 people both domestically and internationally, has had a book written about him (Quincy native James Stewart’s “Blind Eye”) and is currently serving a life sentence in Colorado. He is Dr. Michael Swango and he was the topic of a discussion at last Friday's Quincy Exchange Club. The speaker was Billy Meyer who was the chief investigator for the Quincy Police Department in the 1980s when this case presented itself.

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Alex Wong/Getty Images
Alex Wong/Getty Images

Money Scam Reported by Adams County Sheriff’s Department

The Adams County Sheriff’s Office would like to inform residents of a possible ongoing scam in the Adams County area.  Residents in the St. Ludgerus Road area and Royal Oaks Mobile Home Park have reported a subject going door-to-door soliciting residents for money. 

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David McNew, Getty Images
David McNew, Getty Images

Proof of Car Insurance is as Close as Your Cell Phone in Illinois

It is a sign of the times when you can now use your cell phone to prove to a police officer that you have car insurance. In case you missed it, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed a new law that will allow motorists use their cell phone to prove they have auto insurance when an officer asks to see that proof.  

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Scott Olson/ Getty Images
Scott Olson/ Getty Images

Unwanted Drugs Collection Box Now Open at The Adams County Health Department Year Round

We all have medications that we no longer use yet for some reason we hang onto them. Unfortunately, by doing so, the chances increase that someone, primarily younger people , will get them and "experiment " by using them with other medications or alcohol.  

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Darren McCollester/Getty Images
Darren McCollester/Getty Images

Jogger Shot By ‘Bored’ Kids in Oklahoma – Did Video Games Have Anything to Do With It?

By now you have heard of the Australian college baseball player, Christopher Lane, who was out jogging in an Duncan, Oklahoma neighborhood and was shot and killed by three "bored" teenagers who decided to kill someone "for fun" according to the police.

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QPD Car/ Dorsey
QPD Car/ Dorsey

QPD Schedules a Neighborhood Meeting Tuesday Night

The Quincy Police Department has scheduled a neighborhood meeting in the city for this Tuesday night.  The meeting is open to all residents of the city but is primarily for residents living in the area of 12th to 24th streets from Broadway to State streets. The meeting will be held at the Chapel at Chaddock School located at 205 South 24th Street on Tuesday night at 7pm.  

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Jeff Dorsey
Jeff Dorsey

Texas Roadhouse and Law Enforcement Teaming Up for Special Olympics ‘Free’ Lunch Friday

Texas Roadhouse in Quincy is holding a free lunch from 11am to 2pm as a fundraiser for Special Olympics on Friday, July 26th. Law enforcement officers will serve as waiters and waitresses during the lunchtime. 

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The remnants of one of many break-ins in Quincy.

Breaking and … Fleeing?

We had a case of bad news/good news at our house overnight. The bad news? Someone smashed the front passenger window in our vehicle while it was parked literally five feet from our back door. That fact alone is creepy and unsettling

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Quincy Police Cruiser
Quincy Police Cruiser

Crime Stoppers is Only as Good as You Make it

A city or county only has so many police officers available at any given time, and as a result criminals have a better than average chance to beat the system. That's where you come in. The citizens need to keep an eye out and report what looks suspicious, even if it turns out not to be.

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Quincy Police Car
Quincy Police Car

QPD Raising Funds for Special Olympics

The Quincy Police Department will be trying to raise funds for Special Olympics tomorrow morning and afternoon. The QPD will be set up at two different locations, 24th and Harrison and 18th and State, this Friday, July 19 for the Spare Change for Real Change Special Olympics fundraiser.

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