Rockford Scanner™: Victim Viciously Beaten During A Carjacking in Rockford, Suspects Get Away In The Victims Vehicle




Around 11 pm tonight, several emergency personnel wen route to a carjacking in Rockford. 

Suspects viciously beat the victim, then stole the victims vehicle. 

It happened in the area of 2744 11th st in front of the store. 

No suspect or vehicle information, due to the encryption

Still developing.


Rockford Scanner™: a vehicle crashes into a house in Rockford


Update: The vehicle did not hit the house


Around 10:45 PM the Rockford fire department were dispatched in reference to an automobile accident.

It happened in the 2900 block of Lepay

a vehicle has crashed into a house near this location.

Injuries are being reported, it is not yet known on the severity of the injuries at the time of writing this.

Still developing

Rockford Scanner™: Vehicle Fully Engulfed Next To The Gas Pumps



Around 6:40 pm tonight the Rockford Fire Department were en route to battle a fire at a local gas station. 

It happened near 3730 N Alpine at the Fasmart, by Walmart. 

A vehicle is fully engulfed next to the gaspumps. 

Still developing



Rockford Scanner™: Teens Arrested And Released To Parents, After A Series Of Vandalism




 Rockton Police have made arrests in a series of home and vehicle spray paint vandalism that occurred in the Pine Croft subdivision on July 28, 2018. 
Arrested were four juveniles ranging in age from 14-15 years old that live in the area. Officers are continuing the investigation to determine if the same four are responsible for damage to mailboxes in the Wright Place Subdivision earlier this summer.
The four were referred to the Juvenile States Attorney’s office for charging. They have been released to parents



Rockford Scanner™: Victim Stabbed in Rockford




Around 6 am a victim was stabbed in Rockford. 

It happened in the area of 616 Acorn st in Rockford. 

Suspect is a male black around 50 years old, 5’10, 180 lbs, black shorts, armed with a knife. Last seen in a white truck 


Rockford Scanner™: 5th Alarm MABAS, Several Area Fire Departments Assisting


(AP) – Authorities say 15 people were taken to hospitals after an ammonia leak at a Birds Eye food plant in southeastern Wisconsin.

Multiple agencies responded early Sunday to the plant in the Village of Darien.

Authorities say 140 people were working overnight at the factory when alarms and sensors started going off. Ammonia is used at the facility for the freezing and cooling of food.

A hazardous materials team official says 15 people were taken to five area hospitals. New Jersey-based Pinnacle Foods, which owns Birds Eye, said Sunday night that most have been released, while three people remain under observation.

Seventy-five workers were checked at the scene and released. The Janesville Gazette reports authorities suspect a “mechanical malfunction” led to the leak.

Officials say there is no threat to the community.


Details are minimal right now.

Around 6 am several area fire departments were responding  to a 5th alarm MABAS.

There is a HAZMAT situation at a business on Highway X, near Darien Wisconsin.

An ammonia leak at the business.

Local fire departments are responding to assist.

It is near Birds Eye Foods
W8880 Co Rd X, Darien, WI 53114

This is still developing.