Rockford Scanner™: Rollover Accident With Injuries in Rockford




Sources are reporting a rollover accident. 

It happened around 9 pm tonight in the area of S Main and Antler Trail. 

A vehicle has rolled over near this location. 

Injuries were being reported. 

The cause of the accident is under investigation



Rockford Scanner™: Rockford Fire Department En Route To A Possible Structure Fire



Around 8 pm tonight, the RFD were responding to a structure fire call. 

It happened in the 2000 block of Knowlton. 

Reports of a freezer on fire in the basement of the residence. 

Several units from the RFD are en route. 

Still developing. 



Rockford Scanner™: Vehicle In The River, Emergency Personnel On Scene




Sources are reporting a vehicle in the river. 

It happened in Belvidere, at the Kishwaukee River by Appleton. 

Unknown if it is occupied. 

Details are still preliminary

UPDATE: Sources are reporting the vehicle was at  the nearby gas station and the brakes released and it rolled across and into the river, unoccupied.


Rockford Scanner™: Motorcycle Accident With Injuries




Several sources are reporting a motorcycle accident near Rockford. 

It happened on I-90 near the State st exit, just south of here. 

Injuries were being reported. Unknown on how bad the injuries are at the time of writing this. 

Expect delays in the area. 

Check back later for possible updates 



Rockford Scanner™: Sources Reporting Several Officers Working A Scene On The East Side



Several sources said there were many officers working a scene in the 2000 block of 11th st this morning. 

RPD said it was an “In Progress Property”  and has yet to release anymore info on this. 

Check back later for possible updates




Rockford Scanner™: Roscoe Police Searching For A Woman, Details & Photo In The Article




The Roscoe Police Department is investigating a Fraud that occurred at Midland Bank on 08/10/2018.

If you can identify the individual in the picture, please contact the Roscoe Police Department 815-623-7338.



Rockford Scanner™: Green Mamba Jet Vehicle Crashes, Driver Killed


Note: He was scheduled to come to Rockford in a few weeks for the “Night of thrills”

NORWAY, MICHIGAN — Friday night racing at Norway Speedway came to a halt when a pre-race event ended in a fatal crash.

The Green Mamba, a jet-powered exhibition dragster driven by Douglas Rose of Ring Town, Penn., sped down the straightaway of the third-mile oval and into the dirt when it turned over and ejected the driver.

Rose was pronounced dead at the scene, according to a Michigan State Police press release.

All races were postponed to 6 p.m. Saturday.

Joey Pontbriand, a Norway native and driver in the super late model series, was one of the first people to the wreckage.

“When something like that happens, it’s so tragic that the only thing that’s right to do is … it wouldn’t have been right,” Pontbriand said of postponing the races. “I wouldn’t have ran. I would’ve put the car on the trailer either way.

“I’ll tell you this, I’ve gained a huge respect for emergency personnel because what they do voluntarily goes unnoticed.”

Rose drove the 3,318-pound Green Mamba for more than 35 years. The car, powered by a J46 jet engine from a Navy F7U Cutlass fighter plane, had a top speed of more than 300 miles per hour.

Pontbriand said he grew up going to Norway Speedway and saw Rose drive the Green Mamba when he was younger. Then Pontbriand got to know him more when he got more involved at the race track.

“I knew him on a business-personal level,” Pontbriand said. “He’s one of those guys you’d ask about the car and he told you all about the car. It’s just too bad it ended the way it did.”

The MSP press release said Norway Speedway personnel, Norway Fire Department and Beacon Ambulance assisted at the scene.

Witnesses speculated that a medical issue contributed to the crash