Rockford Scanner™: COLD CASE: BABY NOAH




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BABY NOAH
On Friday July 13, 2012 Winnebago County Sheriff’s Deputies were sent to One Source Recycle (Total Waste), 12125 N. 2nd Street in reference to a deceased infant.

Upon arrival it was determined that a newborn infant male had been found dead on a conveyor belt line by employees of the firm. The company employees immediately called 911 after finding the infant.

Garbage was recycled at the plant after having been brought there by multiple regional garbage companies.

The Winnebago County Coroner’s Office named the infant “Baby Noah”.

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Rockford Scanner™: Cold Case: MICHAEL SCULLY




Cold Case of MICHAEL SCULLY

On December 11, 2011 at approximately 12:45 a.m. the body of Michael Scully, age 61, was found in his vehicle parked on the side of the road in the 7800 block of Clikeman Road in rural northwest Winnebago County. Mr. Scully had been shot to death.

Michael Scully had been the victim of two prior violent crimes.

On November 2, 2011 Mr. Scully was struck with a tire iron by two unknown suspects when he arrived home from work.

On November 9, 2011 Mr. Scully was shot in the arm, also outside his home in Machesney Park.

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Rockford Scanner™: COLD CASE: SANDRA DANIELS




On Sunday January 7, 2007 Winnebago County Sheriff’s Deputies were sent to Rawley Road, north of Yale Bridge Road regarding skeletal remains found in the wooded area. The remains were identified as being those of Sandra M. Daniels, 56 of Elm Grove Village, Wisconsin.

Mrs. Daniels had been reported missing by her husband June 8, 2000. Information developed by Wisconsin authorities is that Mrs. Daniels had left of her own free will.

Mrs. Daniels vehicle was located on June 29, 2000 in Bellwood, Illinois.

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Rockford Scanner™: Cold Case of Robert O’Hern




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Cold Case of Robert O’Hern

 

Rockford Police are investigating an apparent homicide on the city’s northwest side, authorities announced Sunday.

At approximately 8:27 a.m., Sunday, March 9, Rockford Police responded to a report of an unresponsive individual lying in the alley behind a house at 3215 Parkside Ave. Rockford Fire paramedics also responded and
determined that the individual was deceased.

The victim has been identified as 46-year-old Robert O’Hern, of Rockford. He died of a single gunshot wound to the head, police said. O’Hern’s blue Chevrolet Monte Carlo was stolen from the scene. It is believed O’Hern was shot sometime Saturday night or early Sunday morning.

The victim lived at the Parkside address.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Police Detective Bureau at (815) 319-6400 or Crime Stoppers (815) 963-7867.

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Rockford Scanner™: COLD CASE: Natasha Cleary And Her Two Young Sons



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Cold Case of Natasha Cleary and her 2 young sons

 

Natasha Cleary and her two young sons Marquwon Owens, 12, and Katarion Friar, 2 were brutally murdered in April 2011 at their house on Canterbury Lane.

Officials said they died as a result of gun shot wounds.

After the murders the suspect(s) set the house on fire.

According to the Coroner’s report, “The autopsy did not show any soot in their trachea or lungs…they were all dead before the fire.“

And then later on the suspect tried to use her debit card at the ATM at Northwest Bank, 3106 N. Rockton Road.

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Rockford Scanner™: COLD CASE: Joshua Range



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WINNEBAGO COUNTY (IL) UNSOLVED MURDERS
Joshua Range
January 12, 2002
Rockford IL

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“He was my everything.”

Eight years and a month ago, Kathy Collins lost her best friend when Joshua Range lost his life, the victim of a brutal murder.

“He was my son; he was my best friend. He’s a good kid. I don’t know how anyone could have done something this horrific,” says Range’s mom, Julie Range.

On the morning of January 12, 2002, the 19-year-old Rochelle resident was
found stabbed to death in a drainage ditch at Rockford’s Summerdale Park near 2815 Overdene Ave.

“We feel very strongly the person who killed Josh, Josh knew,” says Rockford Police Deputy Chief Greg Lindmark.

Range’s car was found four hours later about three miles from the murder scene.

“We were able to determine he was killed in the park. His car was taken, from what we believe, from the suspect and taken to the 1100 block of Winnebago,” says Lindmark.

Back in Rochelle, the news of Range’s death came as a total shock. “I thought you were all joking. I was making deviled eggs. I never made them since. I can’t even boil an egg,” says Range’s best friend Kathy Collins. Josh’s friends remember the recent Rochelle High School graduate as someone who loved his cars.

“Had to be a Baretta with tinted windows.”

Loved music…
“Very wide variety, just very musical in general.”

And loved to work his magic in the kitchen.
“Making the best Banana Splits.”

“This is his 8th grade graduation.”

While Julie Range vividly remembers a phone call she made to her youngest of two sons the afternoon before Josh’s murder.

“I told him I loved him, and he of course said ‘Oh Mom, quit you know. I love you too,’ and that’s the last I talked to him,” says Range.

According to police the investigation suggests that Range’s death may have been a date gone bad.

“And he had come to Rockford for what he told friends was a date. We were never able to determine who this date was with. It was a male friend of his.

And they liked to meet in various parks in Rockford. In this particular case he was supposed to meet with an individual later in the evening,” says Lindmark.
Obviously there’s someone out there with information. What would you say to that person who’s watching? “Help me heal, let me get closure. I’m tired of crying,” says Collins.

“They say it gets better; it doesn’t. It eats away at you. When he died, your life does change,” says Range.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Police Detective Bureau at (815) 319-6400 or Crime Stoppers (815) 963-7867.

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Rockford Scanner™: COLD CASE: Lottie Flowers



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Lottie Flowers

On February 23, 2002 Winnebago County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to 730 Newport for a medical assist call.  Upon arrival they found the victim, Lottie Flowers, 71 years old in the living room on the home with multiple stab wounds.  Mrs. Flowers was transported to the hospital where she later died.

Mrs. Flowers was very active in her church and also delivered newspapers at Rockford Memorial Hospital.  She had been at the hospital earlier that morning.

Mrs. Flowers lived in the house with her husband, son and grandson.  She was very well know and loved by all who knew her.


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Rockford Scanner™: COLD CASE: CLARENCE OWENS & EVERETTE HAWLEY



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CLARENCE OWENS & EVERETTE HAWLEY

Clarence Owens, aged 65 and Everette Hawley, aged 75 were last seen at a farm auction near the Winnebago-Ogle County line on February 19, 1976.

An intense multi-agency investigation involved Stephenson County Sheriff’s Department, Illinois State Police and the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department.

Their bodies have not been found.

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Rockford Scanner™: COLD CASE: CONNIE R. HEERDT



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CONNIE R. HEERDT

Connie R. Heerdt of Rockford was found murdered on Tuesday January 15, 1991 at 10:44 a.m. in the parking lot behind Doyle’s Circle K Lounge, 3911 Sandy Hollow Road.

The Winnebago County Coroner concluded the cause of death to be asphyxia due to manual strangulation.

An investigation by the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department determined that Connie worked as a prostitute in the area.

If you have any infomation regarding this case or any others please call
Winnebago County Sheriff’s Police Detective Bureau (815-319-6400) or email ColdCases@wcso-il.us

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Rockford Scanner™: COLD CASE: TREESA WILEY



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TREESA WILEY

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On Saturday January 30, 2016 at 2:05 a.m., Treesa Wiley, 35 years old, was shot to death after entry was forced into a home in the 1300 block of Carbaugh Avenue in the outskirts of the northwest side of Rockford.

Treesa, a teacher at a local daycare center, was at this home visiting a friend who survived gunshot wounds.


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