QUINCY — Admitting “the court undoubtedly erred” Monday when setting bond in a battery case, Judge Tad Brenner increased Andrew Campbell’s bond to $20,000 during a motion hearing Thursday afternoon in Adams County Circuit Court. Campbell, who voluntarily appeared in court with public defender Christopher Pratt, was taken from the courtroom in handcuffs by four […]
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.
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 […]
QUINCY — Judge Tad Brenner set the bond at $100,000 for a Quincy man charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Jonathan Graff, 31, made his first appearance Monday afternoon in Adams County Circuit Court, wearing an orange and white jumpsuit while handcuffed and wearing shackles around his ankles. He was arrested Thursday night and is […]
QUINCY — A preliminary hearing for the owner of a Quincy digital marketing and communications company accused of secretly videotaping some of his employees while they were in a locker room/restroom has been continued. John Rokusek, 59, did not appear before Judge Tad Brenner Thursday morning. He is represented by Denny Woodworth, but public defender […]
QUINCY — An Adams County grand jury will review the cases of a man and a woman who face home invasion, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated vehicular hijacking, aggravated criminal sexual assault and residential burglary charges. Bradley S. Yohn, 34, of Springfield, Ill., appeared in court first before Judge Tad Brenner on Monday morning in Adams County […]
QUINCY — As Judge Tad Brenner read Tuesday afternoon the details of one count of alleged aggravated criminal sexual assault committed Nov. 9, Bradley S. Yohn interrupted to say, “You’ve got the wrong person, your honor.” And near the end of his first appearance in Adams County Circuit Court, Yohn blurted out, “Kill me now, […]
QUINCY – Circuit Judge Tad Brenner has called for a full hearing on employment claims from suspended and terminated workers from Blessing Health System and Quincy Medical Group. The hearing is set for October 6 at 9 a.m. and until then, Brenner ruled, the employees in question shall have their “employment maintained”. At the beginning […]