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Man facing child endangerment, battery charges

PITTSFIELD, Ill. (KHQA) — A Hull man was arrested on Wednesday, September 21 after the Pike County Sheriff’s Department at the beginning of the month began to investigate a report of suspected child abuse. Kris W. Koeller, 50, is facing charges on five counts of aggravated battery, nine...
HULL, IL
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Two-County Chase Ends in DUI Arrest in Pike County

Calhoun and Pike County Sherriff’s Deputies averted a tragedy with a chase of a suspect on Saturday evening. The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Saturday at 7:55PM, deputies received a report of a red Chevrolet truck with a four-wheeler in the back, driving erratically and causing damage at a business located near the Mozier Junction in Mozier, with the vehicle fleeing the scene northbound at a high rate of speed on Illinois Route 96.
PIKE COUNTY, IL
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More charges lodged against man accused in Pike business fires

PITTSFIELD — Additional charges, including arson, have been lodged against a man already accused of starting three fires in one week at a Griggsville business. Travis D. McDonald, 37, of Griggsville was arrested Sept. 15 on three counts of arson, one count of criminal damage to property between $500 and $10,000, and two counts of criminal damage to property over $100,000, according to court records.
GRIGGSVILLE, IL
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Pike Co. Crime Stoppers Seeking Info on Criminal Damage Cases

The Pike County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on a report of criminal damage to property. The report includes the same victim in two different locations. In August, a pickup truck was scratched on Fair Street in Pittsfield. The same pickup truck discovered water was added to the gas tank in early September.
PIKE COUNTY, IL
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Pike County Sheriff’s Department blotter for Sept. 19-25, 2022

Mark A Hively M W 51Barry, IL 09/22/2022 15:43:21 09/22/2022 16:13:06 20220235-001 Pike County SheriffWarrant of Arrest Agg. Crim. Sexual Abuse (2 counts); Unlawful Restraint. John A Reyes M U 51Barry, IL 09/23/2022 00:07:31 09/25/2022 17:57:17 20220236-001 Pike County Sheriff720 ILCS 646.0/60(B)(1) Possession of Meth less than 5 grams. Pike...
PIKE COUNTY, IL
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QPD Blotter for Sept. 29, 2022

Bobby L Wofford (53) Homeless for Armed Violence, Possession of Firearm by Felon, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Trespassing to State Supported Land, FTA Delivery of Methamphetamine & Marion Co FTA Delivery of Controlled Substance at 527 Broadway Lodged 177. Duane E Barham, 28, 525 S 18th St,...
QUINCY, IL
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Pike cleanup day allowing free drop-off for residents

BAYLIS — Pike County's second cleanup day of the year will be taking place Saturday. County residents will be able to drop off a car or pickup truck worth of trash for free at Hickory Ridge Landfill, 32246 375th St., from 8:30 a.m. to noon.
PIKE COUNTY, IL
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Yohn Asks For New Judge In Adams County Case

Springfield man continues to throw up road blocks to his trial as he defends himself in Adams County Court. 35 year old Bradley Yohn filed a motion last week requesting a substitution of judge in his case in Adams County Circuit Court. Yohn is defending himself against charges of home invasion, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated vehicular hijacking and aggravated criminal sexual assault with a weapon. He allegedly committed the crimes on Nov. 9, 2021, at the home of Christine “Tina” Schmitt, who died on Dec. 12 from injuries sustained in the incident. Yohn could be sentenced to serve between six and 30 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections if he’s found guilty of any Class X felony.
ADAMS COUNTY, IL
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MRN BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT: Quincy Warehouse Bargains

Bob Gough hits the road to check out Quincy Warehouse Bargains and talk with the owner, Jim Molidor, about the company’s growth. Cason, Huff and Schlueter Insurances sponsors the Business Spotlight. Miss Clipping Out Stories to Save for Later?. Click the Purchase Story button below to order a print...
QUINCY, IL
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State agency curtails Pike payment over missing audit

PITTSFIELD — Pike County has been placed on the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity's "stop payment" list, which takes away its ability to receive grants from the department. The department added the county to the list after failing to receive a financial audit from the county's previous...
PIKE COUNTY, IL
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CDC no longer recommends universal masking in healthcare facilities

(KHQA) — The CDC revised its COVID-19 guidance and no longer recommends universal masking in the health care setting. The CDC issued the updates late last week and they apply to a broad range of health care settings, including hospitals, doctor's offices, long-term care facilities and home health agencies.
LOUISIANA, MO
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Riedel Foundation awards grant for homeless prevention and assistance

HANNIBAL, Mo. — Project Community Connect is the latest organization to receive a grant award from the Riedel Foundation. Riedel trustee April Baldwin presented a $7,500 check to PCC for an upcoming event to combat homelessness in Hannibal. PCC is the host of a one-day event from 10 a.m.-2...
HANNIBAL, MO
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NECAC seeks homeowners for free renovation program

PIKE COUNTY, Mo. — The North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) is seeking homeowners for a program that provides free materials with participants doing the labor. NECAC administers the USDA Rural Development Self-Help Housing program in Lincoln, Marion, Monroe, Montgomery, Pike, Ralls, Shelby and Warren counties. Participants must meet...
PIKE COUNTY, MO
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NECAC program being left in good hands

PIKE COUNTY, Mo. — Kayla Wasson was a bit shocked when told about her new role at the North East Community Action Corporation. NECAC County Services Programs Director Linda Fritz is retiring, and Wasson will succeed her. “I was pleasantly surprised,” Wasson said. “It’s a real honor.”...
PIKE COUNTY, MO
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