Quincy Medical Group donates to Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri

Posted: Dec. 6, 2019 10:23 am

Laura Tenhouse, Kayla Baumann, and Jenny Sousa, Quincy Medical Group Healthcare Foundation (QMG) board members, present a $7,500 donation to Steve Yager, Regional Coordinator for The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri, to help feed those in need in Marion, Lewis and Clark counties. QMG operates throughout northeast Missouri and wanted to give back to the communities there. Due to its membership in Feeding America and purchasing power, The Food Bank is able to distribute $21 worth of groceries for every $1 donated. QMG’s donation will help provide more than $100,000 worth of groceries and feed area children through the Buddy Pack program. For more information about how you can help share food and bring hope to your neighbors in need, visit 

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Law enforcement sources estimate the street value of the alleged cocaine at between $75,000 and $100,000.

Ruben Eduardo Villeda Duarte, 26, a citizen of the Central American nation of Guatemala, charged by Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney Talley Smith with trafficking drugs in the first degree, an “A” felony that carries a potential sentence of 10 to 30 years.

He was arraigned before Monroe County District Court Judge Michael Wilson on Friday morning, who denied bail.

According to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, Villeda Duarte was stopped by Chief Deputy Joe Colston while driving a 2004 Toyota Corolla on U.S. Highway 24, traveling westbound just east of Madison at an alleged speed of 72 mph, 12 mph above the posted 60 mph limit.