Rockford Scanner™: Several people injured at an automobile accident scene in Rockford, Avoid the area

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Around 10 PM several emergency personnel were responding to an automobile accident with injuries in Rockford

There is reports of a bad accident near Alpine and Broadway

Several people are reported to be injured and multiple ambulances have been dispatched to the scene

Unconfirmed reports are saying one of the vehicles is on fire

The cause of the accident is under investigation. Please avoid the area or expect delays

 

 

 







Rockford Scanner™: Woman Walking Her Dog, Is Struck By A Vehicle And Is Killed

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UPDATE:  The victim has been identified as April Guthrie, age 47 of Beloit.

Source: Social Media

The City of Beloit Police Department is investigating a fatal vehicle vs. pedestrian accident that occurred at the intersection of Liberty Avenue and Oak Street at 4:53 p.m. Sunday.

The pedestrian, a 47-year-old Beloit woman, was walking a dog across the street when she was struck by a pickup truck. The woman was transported by the Beloit Fire Department to Beloit Memorial Hospital where she died from her injuries.

The dog was transported to Veterinarian Emergency Services with life-threatening injuries.

The driver of the pickup truck, a 56-year-old Verona man, is fully cooperating with authorities. While the accident remains under investigation, it does not appear that the driver was at fault.

The Wisconsin State Patrol is assisting with the accident reconstruction.

The Beloit Police Department is not identifying the pedestrian or the driver at this time. No one is available for interviews Sunday night.

 

 







Rockford Scanner™: Large Disorderly Crowd, With Popping Sounds At A Local Bar

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Around 6:45 pm tonight, several emergency personnel were responding to a large disorderly group call in Rockford.

It happened at a bar on N Main.  There is a large disorderly crowd and at least 1 battery victim. There is also “popping sounds” that might be gunshots, but not confirmed yet.

Still developing

 

 







Rockford Scanner™: Two Male Suspects Beat And Rob A Female In Rockford

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Sources are reporting a lady was mugged at the Great Oaks entrance around 3am this morning.

That is near Linden rd 

  The suspects beat the female victim during the robbery.

Suspects are only described as 2 black males

 

 







Rockford Scanner™: Showers Moving Into The Area

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Showers continue across a good portion of northern Illinois and are moving into northwest Indiana this morning.

There could be some isolated thunderstorms, mainly right along the lakefront.

These showers will continue for the next several hours. 

A cold front will move across the region today accompanied by periods of rain and windy conditions.

Winds may gust to 30 or 35 mph at times late this morning through the afternoon. Expect to start the day dry tomorrow, but chances for rain will increase later in the day, with widespread showers expected overnight into early Tuesday.

 

 







Rockford Scanner™: Gas Theft Under $500 and Driving While License Revoked

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Gas Theft Under $500 and Driving While License Revoked

 

On 11-1-18 at 1341 hours Deputies along with members of the Rochelle Police Dept. responded to the Hillcrest Casey’s General Store for a report of a gas drive off.
After a short investigation Deputies located and arrested Donald Halicek 41 of Harrison MI for Theft under 300 dollars and driving while license revoked.
Halicek also received citations for improper display of registration and no valid registration.  Halicek’s passenger Kevin Egbert-Gray 26 of Harrison MI was arrested on charges of Theft under 300 and unlawful possession of weapons as a felon.
Both men were transported to the Ogle County Jail and held in lieu of bond.

 

 







Rockford Scanner™: Man Swerves To Avoid Hitting A Deer, Crashes & Rolls His Vehicle Over

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Single Vehicle Accident

On 11-03-18 at approximately 6:46 pm, Ogle County Deputies, Oregon Police Department, Oregon EMS and Mt Morris Fire Department responded to a single vehicle roll over accident in the 1700 block of West Pines Road.
After an investigation it was learned that Robert A Meier age 69 of Polo, swerved to miss a deer. His vehicle entered the ditch and overturned.
Meier was transported to KSB Hospital by Oregon EMS for non life threatening injuries.
Meier was cited for Improper Lane Usage and No Insurance.

 

 

 







Rockford Scanner™: Armed Robbery At A Local School, Police Investigating

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Sources reporting an armed robbery that happened near a Rockford School.

It happened around 8 am this morning, near Lincoln Middle School in the 1500 block of Charles st.

RPD confirms a robbery at this location.

No suspect information at this time.

Check back later, for possible updates

 







Rockford Scanner™: Woman Carrying Groceries Is Robbed At Gunpoint in Rockford

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ARMED ROBBERY TO CITIZEN
Date: 11/03/2018 8:41 pm
Location: 1026 McKnight Circle

On 11-3-18 at 8:41pm officers responded to 1026 McKnight Circle for an Armed Robbery To Citizen. The victim advised she was retrieving groceries from her vehicle when she was approached from behind by a suspect who displayed a handgun and demanded money. The suspect took the victim’s purse and an undisclosed amount of USC and fled the area on foot.

The suspect was described as an unknown race male, 5’6″ tall, 150 pounds, wearing a hooded sweatshirt, and was armed with a handgun. The victim was not injured during this incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Rockford Police Department or Winnebago County Crime Stoppers.

 

 







Rockford Scanner™: Another Hit & Run in Rockford, Police Investigating

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Sources reporting another hit and run in Rockford.

This one happened on N Central ave, overnight.

The suspect(s) crashed their vehicle on N Central ave, then fled the scene on foot. No suspect information, due to the encryption.

Unknown on injuries at the time of writing this

 







Rockford Scanner™: Execution of a search warrant results in felony firearms charges on two alleged suspects

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Press Release – Felony Arrests

Freeport, IL. – Execution of a search warrant results in felony firearms charges for Deandre Farrille (age 24) of Freeport and Alvin Jones (age 25) of Rockford.

On November 2nd, 2018, at approximately 6:20 am, the Freeport Police Department Gang Unit and the F.P.D. Emergency Response Team executed a search warrant at a home in the 400 block of E. Winneshiek Street in Freeport. During a search of the residence two (2) semi-automatic pistols and firearms ammunition were recovered. The ensuing investigation resulted in the arrests of two men who were present when the search warrant was executed; Deandre Farrille (age 24) of Freeport, and Alvin Jones (age 25) of Rockford.

(Any person or persons depicted in this press release are presumed innocent by the court until proven guilty in a court of law.)

ACCUSED: Deandre T. Farrille
AGE: 24
CITY/STATE OF RESIDENCE: Freeport, IL

Charges:

Warrant # 18CF342
Issue Date: 11-2-18

Count #1: Armed Habitual Criminal (class X felony)
Count #2: Unlawful Possession of Weapons by a Felon (prior conviction) (class 2 felony)
Count #3: Unlawful Possession of Weapons by a Felon (class 3 felony)
Count #4: Possession of Firearm without Requisite FOID (class 3 felony)

*Bond has been set at $150,000 – 10 % applies*

Other:

At the time of his arrest, Deandre Farrille was on parole from the Illinois Department of Corrections. As a result of this incident, the Illinois Department of Corrections will be issuing a no bond Parole Violation Warrant for Deandre Farrille.

ACCUSED: Alvin C. Jones
AGE: 25
CITY/STATE OF RESIDENCE: Rockford, IL

Charges:

Warrant # 18CF343
Issue Date: 11-2-18

Count #1: Unlawful Possession of Weapons by a Felon (class 3 felony)
Count #2: Possession of Firearm without Requisite FOID (class 3 felony)

*Bond has been set at $50,000 – 10 % applies*

 

 







Rockford Scanner™: Alleged School Shooter, Booked In The Winnebago County Jail



 

Winnebago County Jail confirms they have Matthew Milby in custody. He was booked in the Winnebago County Jail around 6:26 pm last night. He is currently held on no bond, hold for out of county.

There are 2 counts of Murder, unknown if this stems from the school shooting incident. Because he was charged with attempted murder in that case, and not actual murder.  So it is not yet clear if the murder charges are new charges, or stemming from the school shooting in Dixon earlier this year.

All we can confirm right now, is that Matthew Milby is currently booked inside the Winnebago County Jail. And is held on no bail, held for out of county.

Note: He might have been transferred here from another location. They do fly prision “Con Air” flights out of the Rockford Airport. He might be getting ready to be transferred to a prison. Details are minimal right now. Like we said, all we can confirm is he is currently in the Winnebago County Jail.


Matthew Milby is alleged to have committed a school shooting in Dixon, IL earlier this year.

Authorities allege that on May 16, Milby entered the foyer of the gym, where members of the school’s senior class were gathered to rehearse for their upcoming graduation ceremony. He allegedly fired toward gym teacher Andrew McKay, who ducked into the gymnasium and told the students to flee.Within seconds, Dixon police Officer Mark Dallas, who works as a resource officer at the high school, ran to the scene and began chasing Milby as he fled toward his car. Authorities alleged Milby fired at Dallas, who returned fire, striking Milby several times. Milby was arrested at the scene and no one else was injured. Matthew Milby is charged with aggravated discharge of a firearm, aggravated discharge at a school employee and aggravated discharge at a school building.


From Time.com

President Donald Trump offered praise to an Illinois school resource officer who stopped a school shooting while addressing the International Association of Chiefs of Police on Monday.

Dixon Public Schools police Officer Mark Dallas, who in May confronted an alleged gunman who targeted Dixon High School, was named the IACP’s “Officer of the Year” for his quick work in stopping the potential school shooting.

Dallas chased the suspect, Matthew Milby, after he allegedly fired shots near the school’s gymnasium, where seniors were practicing for graduation. The Chicago Tribune reports Milby allegedly entered the gym’s foyer and fired toward a teacher. Dallas arrived at the scene “within seconds” and began chasing Milby. The two eventually exchanged gunfire, and Milby was injured. Dallas was unharmed.

Trump honored Dallas when he addressed the International Association of Chiefs of Police in Orlando.

“Mark Dallas was on duty at Dixon High School in Illinois when he heard gunshots. Within, listen to this, three seconds he was at the scene right outside the auditorium where the entire senior class was gathered and was in a lot of trouble. The shooter fled and fired shots at him but officer Dallas chased him down before a single student was injured,” Trump said. “Officer Dallas’s son, Joshua, was one of the seniors inside of that auditorium. Afterwards, Joshua said, ‘I wasn’t scared for my life at all because I knew my dad would protect us.’ How good is that?”

In May, Joshua Dallas told ABC 7 he knew his dad would “protect us all.”

“I never once feared for my life,” he said. “But it did scare me that he was the one going after the shooter.”

In accepting the honor on Monday, Mark Dallas said: “My son said he wasn’t scared because dad was out there. I was dad to 182 other kids in that gymnasium.”







Rockford Scanner™: Speaker State representative John Cabello, Hosted by Northern Illinois Rifle And Pistol Club

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Speaker State representative John Cabello, Hosted by Northern Illinois Rifle And Pistol Club

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL DETAILS

TIME: Monday, November 5th. at 7 pm

LOCATION: Rockford Verdi Club
782 N Madison St, Rockford, Illinois 61107
(815) 968-8119

Hosted by Northern Illinois Rifle And Pistol Club

Open to the public: The Northern Illinois Rifle and Pistol club welcomes State Representative John Cabello (R-Machesney Park) as our speaker. John was sworn into office in August of 2012 and was first elected to represent the 68th District in November of 2012. The 68th District includes areas of Rockford, Machesney Park, Roscoe, Loves Park, and Cherry Valley. John Cabello has devoted his entire life to serving the community. He brings to the Illinois House of Representatives more than 20 years of experience as a police officer and detective. He plans to continue his role as a police officer while representing the people of the 68th district as a citizen legislator.

John previously served on the Winnebago County Board and is proud of his time spent working with all interested parties to cut over $39 million in spending, without reducing services. He is a previous member of the Harlem Township Board and has also served in a voluntary capacity as the Chairman of the Machesney Park Zoning Board of Appeals, Administrative, and Finance Committee.All members should plan to attend this meeting. Our regular meeting will follow.







Rockford Scanner™: Two Different Hit & Run Accidents, Both With Injuries Reported



Sources reporting 2 different hit & run accidents.

The first one happened at Forest Hills and Riverside around 7:30 pm.

The second one happened near N Second and Drexel around 8:30 pm.  A witness said a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle, and the vehicle fled the scene.

No suspect information on either of these, due to the police encryption.

Injuries were reported at both scenes. Unknown on how severe the injuries are.  If you have any information, call the police.

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Rockford Scanner™: Numerous Weapons Violations Tonight, Police Investigating

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We have gotten numerous reports of shots fired all over the city, in the last 24 hours.  Local police have confirmed several weapons violations in the last 24 hours.  Unknown if anyone has been struck by the gunfire.

There was one report of an aggravated battery, that is possibly a shooting victim in the 1100 block of Bruce st just beofre 12:30 am.

As you know, the police are encrypted. So there is no suspect information on none of these. It is safe to assume the suspects were able to get away scott free and are still roaming the streets.