QUINCY — Seemingly agitated while wearing a blue see-through dress and a “Cruella DeVille” wig, Jason Priest was in Courtroom 2B in the Adams County Courthouse for mere minutes before he was ushered out.
QUINCY — An Adams County judge denied a request from the Adams County State’s Attorney’s office to modify Jason Priest’s bond, but she ordered Priest to be placed on GPS electronic surveillance monitoring. Priest, 50, now has 12 separate cases pending against him, and the state’s attorney’s office expects to file additional charges later this […]
QUINCY — Jason Priest appeared in Adams County Circuit Court on Friday morning after the Adams County State’s Attorney’s office filed a motion this week for bond to be modified or increased in cases against him. Priest also was making a first appearance on two other court cases. However, the hearing was continued to Monday […]
QUINCY — Quincy Mayor Mike Troup was granted an emergency summons protective order on Monday against Jason Priest, who said “Jesus has 10 sticks of dynamite for you” to the mayor during the Aug. 1 Quincy City Council meeting.
QUINCY — The Quincy City Council unanimously voted to pay $455,000 out of the city’s general fund for runway improvements near the hangars at Quincy Regional Airport owned by Knapheide Manufacturing.
Ashley Conrad talks about mental health intervention and then gets us ready for Blues in The District with District Executive Director Emily Lombardi.
But now Priest also has a felony charge added to his docket following his alleged destruction of a phone in the Adams County Jail. He is charged with Criminal Damage of Government Property over $500, a Class 3 felony.
Ashley Conrad and Bob Gough talk about what can be done when someone’s free speech reaches a point where it possibly becomes a danger to the community.
QUINCY — An unusually large gathering of law enforcement officers were in attendance for a Quincy man’s first appearance on multiple misdemeanor charges in Adams County Circuit Court on Thursday afternoon. Quincy Police arrested Jason Priest, 49, on June 1. He appeared before Judge Tad Brenner to learn of the charges against him. Ten bailiffs […]
Priest then claimed “they” had gotten to Troup, insulted Corporation Counsel Lonnie Dunn for saying the pre-meeting prayer, talked about Afghan children going to bed hungry, and went on a profanity-laced tirade that led to near blows with an alderman.