Rockford Scanner®: Police Chase Ends Up in A Serious Rollover Accident






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UPDATE:  Police say the police chase started in Ogle County and the suspects fled into Winnebago County. Police continued the chase until the suspects crashed. It was a single vehicle rollover accident.

The vehicle is reported stolen.

One suspect is still on the loose.

One person was ejected from the vehicle and was seriously hurt and another suspect got away on foot.

Police are investigating.


Rollover Accident With Injuries And Extrication Needed

It happened around 11:45 pm tonight in the area of 11th st and Blackhawk.

There is a serious accident near this location.

A vehicle has rolled over and some people are trapped inside the vehicle.

This was a police pursuit that ended in the vehicle crashing.

Injuries were being reported.  Extrication is needed.

One person ejected. Another fled on foot

Avoid the area or expect delays

 

 

 







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Local Bank in Rockford Robbed, Suspect Gets Away






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BANK ROBBERY: On Friday, November 16, 2018 at approximately 5:45 p.m., Rockford Police officers responded to Fifth Third Bank (3936 West Riverside Boulevard) in reference to a robbery. Upon arrival, officers learned a black male suspect entered the bank, implied a weapon and demanded money. The suspect fled in an unknown direction with money. No one was hurt. Detectives with the Rockford Police Department are conducting a follow-up investigation. A photo of the suspect is attached. Anyone with information is asked to call Rockford Police at 815-966-2900.


Tim Mcgrew “I left that Bank at 16:51 tonight according to my Bank Statement. There was a White early to mid 2000’s Cadillac parked right across from the Bank Parking Lot. It was almost dark out, but it looked like the car had tinted windows. I thought it was unusual for someone to park right at the edge of the Walmart Parking lot in the place that car was. Does that constitute a tip? I don’t know”



Just before 6 pm. Emergency personnel were on scene of a bank robbery in Rockford. The robbery happened at Fifth Third bank, on the 3900 block of West Riverside.
The only suspect information at this time is a black male wearing dark clothing that fled from the scene.
Details are limited at the time of posting please check back for updates
 







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Rockford Scanner®: Boaters Need Rescuing On The Rock River






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Sources are reporting a water rescue near the Roscoe area.

Details are minimal right now.

There are boaters that were in need of rescuing on the river.

They were able to get ashore onto an island in the river.

Now they need rescuing from the island. No injuries were reported.

 

 

 

 







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Rockford Scanner®: Obituary For Chief Presley






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Oscar Presley, Jr. 1942—2018
Retired Harlem-Roscoe Fire Dept. Chief

Oscar Lee Presley, Jr., 76, of Roscoe, passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, November 13, 2018. Born on June 25, 1942 to Oscar and Margaret (Husky) Presley in St. Louis, Missouri and raised in Batesville, Arkansas. In 1961 he moved north. He opened Oscar’s Barber Shop in 1966 and also joined the Harlem-Roscoe Fire Department, where he served for 42 years, 25 years as Chief.

He was the first volunteer paramedic in Winnebago County, helped get the rescue trucks started in this area, served and was a founding member of the E911 Board, Winnebago Fire Chief’s Association President, Roscoe Lions member and President, and Road Commissioner (1970-1979). Oscar helped build HRFD Station #1, HRFD Station #3 and Training Facility which was named in his honor, and was proactive in many aspects of the fire community.

He always had his eye on the future. After his retirement, he became a “snow bird” and spent part of his time at his Florida home where he met many great people. He enjoyed coffee with friends, belonged to ROMEOs (Retired Old Men Eating Out), Wannabees, singing, art, gardening, Karaoke, fishing, and spending time with his kids and grandkids.

Survived by his wife, Dean (Goad) Presley; children, John (Yesenia) Presley and Marcie (Jeff) Ball; grandchildren, Leah and Logan Ball; sister, Sharon (Dave) Thornton. Predeceased by his parents and brother, Gerald Presley.
The family would like to thank family and friends for the outpouring of love, support, thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Visitation will be from 3:00pm to 7:30pm on Friday, November 16, 2018 in Roscoe United Methodist Church, 10816 Main Street, Roscoe, as well as Saturday, November 17, from 10:00am until 10:45am, also in the church. Funeral service will be at 11:00am on Saturday, November 17, in Roscoe United Methodist Church.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to Harlem-Roscoe Fire Department or First Congregational Community Church of Roscoe. Honquest Family Funeral Home with Crematory, Roscoe Chapel is honored to assist the family. To express condolences or share a memory, visit honquestfh.com.
Source: RRSTAR

 

 

 







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Rockford Scanner®: Snow Later Tonight and Into Tomorrow






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UPDATE…
814 PM CST

Not planning any noteworthy changes to going forecast for this
evening. Overall, not much to add to the short term discussion
issued earlier this afternoon below.

Couple items of note to watch for:

1) The RAP continues to be quite aggressive with a deep
frontogenetic circulation persisting into tomorrow afternoon. In
addition to the more robust/persistent f-gen band in the RAP,
cross sections cut through the f-gen band show some fairly deep
pretty strongly negative layers of saturated EPV (indicative of
less stable conditions) coincident with the stronger omega. This
certainly suggests at least some potential for exists for some
bands of moderate to heavy snow embedded within the larger snow
shield. That could result in some localized 3 to maybe near 4
inch totals, but thinking is those amounts will be very much the
exception not the rule. Given the low confidence and limited areal
coverage of heavier amounts, don’t see a need to adjust going
forecast snowfall amounts as the forecast message would largely be
unchanged.

2) Snow, potentially at a decent clip, should continue through
midday in the Chicago area, however with temps likely to be near
or a hair above freezing and battling the time of day, suspect
that it will get increasingly difficult for accums to occur on
roadways.

3) Finally, as short discussion alluded to, models are notorious
for struggling with accurate depiction of f-gen band intensity and
duration. While many models suggest a quick weakening of f-gen
circulation and resultant snowfall as it gets into northern IL, it
wouldn’t be at all surprising to see occasionally moderate
snowfall continuing through the morning and perhaps even into the
afternoon.

Only planned changes to the grids/forecast this evening are:
* tweaking hourly temps a bit to reflect a trend driven more by
precip than diurnal influences.
* adjust pops to 100% over northern CWA
* adjust sky cover to remain overcast through the day Saturday

Updated grids and test products will be out shortly…


Light snow is expected to spread southward across the area late tonight into Saturday afternoon. Forecast snow accumulations range from 1-2” north of I-80 to less than a half inch across southern portions of the forecast area.

If traveling late tonight and Saturday, plan for extra time to reach your destination as slippery conditions will be possible, especially on any untreated surfaces

 

 

 







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Rockford Scanner®: Rockford Police Asking Public’s Help Searching For A Suspect That Beat An Employee At A Rockford Business






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WANTED SUSPECT: On Friday, October 26th, 2018 shortly after 2:00 a.m., patrol officers from the Rockford Police Department responded to the Citgo gas station, 4135 Auburn Street, in reference to an aggravated battery incident.

When they arrived, officers learned that one of the store employees had been punched several times by the suspect, who was attempting to force his way into the store as the employee was closing it. The victim, a 51-year-old male, was transported to a local hospital where he was treated for his injuries.

Detectives from the Violent Crimes Unit conducted a follow-up investigation and were able to identify the suspect as 40-year-old Darryl Smith.

The investigation was later reviewed by the Winnebago County State’s Attorney’s Office. As a result, the listed charges were authorized and a warrant was obtained for Darryl Smith. Smith has not yet been arrested and is still at large.

Darryl Smith, 40, Rockford: Aggravated Battery, Burglary

Smith’s bond is set at $300,000. The charges against Smith are merely accusations. He is considered innocent unless proven guilty in court.

Anyone with information on Smith should call Rockford Police at 815-966-2900 or Crime Stoppers at 815-963-7867.

 

 







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Rockford Scanner®: Another House Struck By Gunfire in Rockford






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On 11/15/18 around 6:10 pm Rockford Police Officers responded to the 900 block of S. 3rd St in reference to a report of gunshots being fired.

Officers located a residence struck by gunfire in the 900 block of S. 3rd St. No injuries were reported. The suspects were described as black males.

This is as ongoing investigation. Anyone with information can call the Rockford Police at 815-966-2900

 

 

 







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Rockford Scanner®: RPD Says Medical Assist, Numerous Police And Crime Scene At A Scene In Rockford






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UPDATE: This is a confirmed shooting victim. 

A man approx. 26 years old was shot. He is listed in serious condition, but is expected to survive. No suspect information, due to the encryption.

UPDATE: RPD said “medical assist” But this is a confirmed shooting incident. Man was shot and is in serious condition, but is expected to live


Wonder how many of the “Medical assists” listed below, are also shooting victims?


Several sources reporting a scene at a Rockford gas station.

Numerous police and fire personnel are on scene at 3299 S Alpine at the Marathon Gas Station.

Crime scene tape all over the area and the crime scene unit.

RPD labeled the call as a “Medical Assist”  in their call logs. 

Seems to be a lot of police on scene for it to be a “medical assist”  and why would you need crime scene tape up and a crime scene unit, if it was medical?

We been told it was a victim that was robbed and shot.

But can not confirm this due to the encryption.

You can see in the videos above and below, it definitely appears to be more than just a “Medical Assist”

Update from a fan: “I live in the neighborhood. Definitely not medical assistance. Owner said a person was shot, but not at gas station. I will send you pictures of area outside my house right after the ” medical asst” The officer said to me, reports of gunshot. Asked me if I heard anything.”

We are wondering how many of these “medical assists” are more than medical related?

 









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