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Travis R. Kaltenbach

is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for:

MOTION TO REVOKE BOND

DOB: – 8/17/83        5’ 5 TALL      140 LBS

BROWN HAIR AND BROWN EYES

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:  3100 Block of State Street, Quincy, IL

This fugitive featured is wanted as of March 3, 2020.

Christopher Logan Douglas Ehrhardt

is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for:

FTA – BATTERY

DOMESTIC BATTERY

DOB: -8/16/96        5’ 7” TALL      135 LBS

BROWN HAIR AND BROWN EYES

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: Kropps Court in Mendon, IL

This fugitive featured is wanted as of October 10, 2017.

James Anthony Martens

is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for: Martens, James

Failure to Appear:

BATTERY AND CRIMINAL TRESPASS

DOB: -12/10/85        6’ 2” TALL      190 LBS

BLOND HAIR AND BLUE EYES

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: Quincy, IL

This fugitive featured is wanted as of May 3, 2016.

Illinois State Crime Stoppers Association Awards

1997
Coordinator of the Year – Mike Pigg
Television Station of the Year – WGEM-TV

1998

Coordinator of the Year – Gil Feld
Television Station of the Year – WGEM-TV
Newspaper of the Year – Quincy Herald-Whig
Radio Station of the Year – WTAD, Citadel Communications, Inc.
Contributor of the Year – Refreshment Services Pepsi, Quincy Bottling

1999

Television Station of the Year – WGEM-TV
Newspaper of the Year – Quincy Herald-Whig
Contributor of the Year – McDonald’s Restaurants, Quincy

2000

Coordinators of the Year – Gil Feld, Kathy Carver, Mike Pigg
Television Station of the Year – WGEM-TV
Newspaper of the Year – Quincy Herald-Whig
Radio Station of the Year – Y101
Contributor of the Year – Quincy Newspapers, Inc.
Board Member of the Year – Charlie Ledbetter

2001

Coordinator of the Year – Kathy Carver
Television Station of the Year – WGEM-TV
Newspaper of the Year – Quincy Herald-Whig
Radio Station of the Year – Y101

2002
Board Member of the Year – Bill Markword
Television Station of the Year – WGEM-TV
Newspaper of the Year – Quincy Herald-Whig

2003
Coordinator of the Year – Mike Pigg
Media Organization of the Year – WGEM-TV
Media Organization of the Year – Quincy Herald-Whig
Contributor of the Year – Lusage Solutions
Board Member of the Year – Dennis Oliver

20042004_awards
Coordinator of the Year – Kelly VanderMaiden
Media Organization of the Year – WGEM-TV
Media Organization of the Year – Quincy Herald-Whig
Board Member of the Year – Mike Predmore

2005
Media Organization of the Year – Quincy Newspapers, Inc. (WGEM-TV/Quincy Herald-Whig)
Board Member of the Year – Kevin Curran

2006
Coordinator of the Year – Gil Feld
Board Member of the Year – Jim Ulm
Television Station of the Year – WGEM-TV
Newspaper of the Year – Quincy Herald-Whig
Contributor of the Year – County Market

2007
Coordinator of the Year – Sherman Meyer
Board Member of the Year – Laura Goehl
Media Organization of the Year – Quincy Herald-Whig

2008
Coordinator of the Year – Kevin Douglas
Board Member of the Year – Jane Ulm
Media Organization of the Year – WGEM

2009
Coordinator of the Year – Kelly VanderMaiden
Board Member of the Year – Shawn Dickerman
Media Organization of the Year – WGEM

2010
Coordinator of the Year – Mike Kindhart
Board Member of the Year – Norma Predmore
Media Organization of the Year – WGEM

2011
Coordinator of the Year – Kelly VanderMaiden
Board Member of the Year – Todd Wagner
Media Organization of the Year – Quincy Herald-Whig

2012
Coordinator of the Year – Kelly VanderMaiden
Board Member of the Year – Lila Clampitt
Media Organization of the Year – Quincy Herald-Whig

Crime Stoppers News

‘The face of the Quincy Police Department’ dies after lengthy battle with cancer’
By Rodney Hart – Quincy Herald-Whig Staff Writer
January 8, 2010

Fefld

Former Quincy police officer Gil Feld, called the “face of the Quincy Police Department and Crime Stoppers” by Chief Rob Copley, died Thursday after a long battle with cancer.

Mr. Feld, 49, spent many years involved with QPD community outreach programs, including Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers, which was created in February 1997. He served as the local police coordinator. He was scheduled to take over the presidency of the organization for 2010 during Thursday night’s regular monthly meeting.

“He was a great man and a great police officer,” Copley said. “In both his personal and professional lives, he would do anything for you … Though I am saddened by his passing, he is now at peace.”

Mr. Feld, who had several bouts with cancer, became sick with the H1N1 virus in November but seemed to be doing better over the Christmas holidays. Friends and family say he took a turn for the worse this week and died at 5 p.m. at Blessing Hospital.

Mr. Feld worked for QPD for 21 years, the first 12 as a patrol officer. He joined QPD’s Pro-Act Unit to work with community-oriented programs like Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers, DARE, Neighborhood Watch and the Quincy Citizens Police Academy. He returned to patrol status in 2002, but returned to Pro-Act in 2005.

He was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a type of cancer that affects the plasma type of white blood cells, in 1991. He successfully fought the disease for many years, but eventually the years of treatment damaged blood cells.

“He was dealt a bad hand,” longtime friend and retired QPD officer John Douglas said. “He put up a valiant effort and really fought hard.”

Mr. Feld had a stem cell procedure using his own cells in 2005 and was back to work in a month. But when the blood counts started rising again, he was forced to have a much more invasive procedure using donated stem cells. He spent many months at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., but still talked about coming back to the force and once again wearing the QPD uniform.

When asked how Mr. Feld was able to deal with the long cancer fight, longtime friend Jim Ulm said, “His heart.”

Mr. Feld was honored in February 2007 with the Quincy Exchange Club’s Law Enforcement Officer of the Year award. He was still recovering at the Mayo Clinic and Copley presented the award to his wife, Susie.

Copley called Mr. Feld “one of the most recognizable faces that have ever represented the Quincy Police Department.”

In April 2007, friends and colleagues organized a huge day-long benefit for Mr. Feld at America’s Best Value Inn.

“He was genuinely a good police officer and partner, but more importantly he was a good person and a good man,” Douglas said. “He did a lot of things for a lot of people that others never knew anything about.”

Top 5 Fugitives

TOP 5 FUGITIVES BANNER

  • April M. Posser

    is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for:  

    FAILURE TO APPEAR:

    BURGLARY

     

    DOB: – 2/27/80        5’ 9″ TALL      162 LBS

    BROWN HAIR AND BLUE EYES

    LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:  Unknown

    This fugitive featured is wanted as of April 22, 2020.

  • Calvin L. Snell

    is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for:  

    FAILURE TO APPEAR:

    ROBBERY

    AGGRAVATED BATTERY

     

    DOB: – 6/22/95        5’ 11″ TALL      220 LBS

    BLACK HAIR AND BROWN EYES

    LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:  Unknown

    This fugitive featured is wanted as of April 22, 2020.

  • David A. Berard

    is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for:  

    FAILURE TO APPEAR:

    UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF METH

    THEFT

     

    DOB: – 10/31/63        5’ 11″ TALL      210 LBS

    BROWN HAIR AND BLUE EYES

    LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:  Unknown

    This fugitive featured is wanted as of April 22, 2020.

  • William Bolen

    is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for:  Bolen, William

    Failure to Appear: BURGLARY

    DOB: -11/12/68        5’ 7” TALL       177 LBS

    BROWN HAIR AND BLUE EYES

    LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:  4800 Block of North 12th,  Quincy

    This fugitive featured is wanted as of October 13, 2015.

     

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  • Jamal Lee Elston

    is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for:ELSTON_Jamal_Lee

    Unlawful possession of weapon by felon and unlawful possession of cannabis
    FAILURE TO APPEAR – unlicensed driver

    DOB: 8/24/92    5’08” TALL       145 LBS

    BLACK HAIR AND BROWNEYES

    LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
    600 BLOCK OF HARRISON DRIVE, QUINCY,  IL.

    This fugitive featured is wanted as of February 8, 2013.    

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Stanley J. Kelley II

is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for:  

FAILURE TO APPEAR:

AGGRAVATED DOMESTIC BATTERY

DOB: – 7/1/75        5’ 10″ TALL      195 LBS

BROWN HAIR AND BLUE EYES

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:  700 Block of Jefferson Street, Quincy, IL

This fugitive featured is wanted as of June 1, 2020.

Ashley Nicole Epperson

is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for:  

BURGLARY

DOB: – 8/21/86        5’ 5″ TALL      120 LBS

BROWN HAIR AND BROWN EYES

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:  300 Block of South Franklin Street, Payson, IL

This fugitive featured is wanted as of May 26, 2020.

April M. Posser

is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for:  

FAILURE TO APPEAR:

BURGLARY

 

DOB: – 2/27/80        5’ 9″ TALL      162 LBS

BROWN HAIR AND BLUE EYES

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:  Unknown

This fugitive featured is wanted as of April 22, 2020.

Calvin L. Snell

is wanted by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department for:  

FAILURE TO APPEAR:

ROBBERY

AGGRAVATED BATTERY

 

DOB: – 6/22/95        5’ 11″ TALL      220 LBS

BLACK HAIR AND BROWN EYES

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:  Unknown

This fugitive featured is wanted as of April 22, 2020.