Rockford Scanner™: Semi Explodes & Catches A Business On Fire in Loves Park, Still Developing




Photos by George Bower 

Sources are reporting a semi on fire in Loves Park.

It happened around 11:45 pm in the 7400 block of Edwards Drive.

A semi has exploded and is on fire.

It has also caught a nearby business on fire as well.

Several emergency personnel are en route.
LPFD, NPFD, HRFD

UPDATE: MABAS Box level card 12

Still Developing

Photos by George Bower 

Photos by George Bower 








 

Rockford Police Seeking Battery Suspect




 

Do you know this man? Rockford Police are looking to speak to him regarding a battery on Montague st yesterday.
If you know who he is, please call Rockford Police at 815-966-2900. Reference report number 19-087742


 








 

Rockford Scanner™: Possible Structure Fire in Loves Park




Sources are reporting a possible structure fire in Loves park. 

It happened around 8:50 pm near Mulford and Windsor. 

Reports of flames and smoke coming from a residence, just East of this location. 

LPFD and NPFD are en route

Update: Police located the source, Fire department is not needed.








 

Rockford Scanner™: Warmer And Dryer Week Ahead, Get Out To Enjoy It




 

Mainly sunny, dry and warmer for the next several days. There is a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon in the Rockford area. Next chance for more widespread precipitation will be Sunday night into early next week.








 

Rockford Scanner™: Winnebago County State’s Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross attended the 36th annual National Black Prosecutors Association’s Conference




 

Winnebago County State’s Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross attended the 36th annual National Black Prosecutors Association’s Conference last week in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to hearing from experts on varying topics relating to laws, those in attendance had a chance to attended a forum on domestic violence and a job fair. Below are some photos of the event.

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Governor of Georgia Brian Kemp addresses the participants during the Annual National Black Prosecutors Conference.

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Winnebago County State’s Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross with Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark and Attorney Ebelechukwu Enedah who spoke about extraditing fugitives from African countries for human trafficking crimes.

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Winnebago County State’s Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross alonw with 10th Judicial Circuit, Bessemer County District Attorney Minnie Tunstall (standing next to Marilyn) and Madison, WI – Dane County District Attorney’s Office, Assistant District Attorney Barbara Franks.

 

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Winnebago County State’s Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross alongside New York Attorney General Letitia James at the 2019 National Black Prosecutors Association Conference.

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Winnebago County State’s Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross with National Black Prosecutors Association President Keith Lamar.

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State’s Attorney Hite Ross with Fulton County Assistant District Attorney and domestic violence survivor April Ross at the NBPA Conference in Atlanta, GA.

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State’s Attorney Hite Ross with Director General of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) Dame Julie Okah-Donli at the NBPA Conference in Atlanta, GA.

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State’s Attorney Hite Ross standing in between both Jefferson County District Attorney (Bessemer) Division Lynneice Washington and Jefferson County District Attorney (Birmingham) Division Danny Carr and also District Attorney of the state’s 4th Judicial Circuit (Selma) Michael W. Jackson at the NBPA Conference in Atlanta, GA.

The National Black Prosecutors Association was established in 1983. It’s a professional member organization comprised of over 800 prosecutors in the United States. The NBPA’s mission is to recruit, train and advance the careers of minority attorneys as prosecutors at all levels of government. The annual convention serves, not only as a job fair forum, but, more importantly as a comprehensive legal training program for prosecutors.

Source: Winnebago County States Attorney








 

Rockford Scanner™: Several Robberies In Rockford Recently




Sources are reporting several robberies recently.

  • 1200 block of N Main
  • N Main and Wagner
  • 2400 block of 11th st
  • Broadway and 11th
  • Mulberry and Soper

Police have not released any suspect info on these robberies.

 








 

Rockford Scanner™: Victim Stabbed in Rockford, Police Investigating




Sources are reporting a stabbing in Rockford.

A stabbing victim was at a local hospital around 3 pm yesterday.

We have been told the injuries might be life threatening.

RPD has yet to release any information on this stabbing.

 








 

Rockford Scanner™: Scene Near Winnebago, Possible Home Invasion




Sources are reporting a scene near Winnebago,
near 20 and  Housington rd.

Reports of several officers there on scene around 2:30 am.

It is unclear what happened, due to the encryption and police not releasing information.

We have been told it was a home invasion.
But again, police are encrypted and have not released any information on this scene. Nothing is noted in their call logs.