Rockford Scanner™: Violent last few days in the city of Rockford, police are investigating




 

Rockford police call log shows another violent last few days

Note: In the past the police have labeled murders, shooting victims, stabbing victims and other violent crimes as Medical Assist & In Progress Person calls

Several robberies have been reported, those are also posted on our website.

 








 

Rockford Scanner™: Shots Fired, Several Vehicles Struck. Police Investigating




Note: RPD call log shows only 1 call on Hess ct on the 28th.  That was a “service to other agency” at 6 am.

There was several weapons violations calls recently, but none for this call.


On Tuesday, May 28th, 2019 Officers were dispatched to the area of 1000 Hess Ct. reference several gunshots. Officers located 2 vehicles struck by gunfire.

Officers spoke with 2 victims who stated they were in a vehicle when they heard 4 gunshots. The vehicle they were in was struck by 1 gunshot. The other vehicle was struck twice but was unoccupied.

Victim stated they saw a white newer SUV fleeing the area west bound with unknown occupants. No injuries.

This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information concerning this incident is encouraged to contact the Rockford Police Department, or CrimeStoppers at 815 963 STOP (7867).

 





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Rockford Scanner™: A recap of the local violence and police calls in the last 72 hours. Numerous shootings, robberies, home invasions, medical assist,Etc.




 

Below is a recap of the local violence and police calls in the last 72 hours.

There’ve been several shooting incidents over the last 72 hours. In the areas of Central and Loomis, 4200 block of Auburn, 1000 block of North Day Avenue, 800 block of Locust, 900 block of Garfield, 900 block of Hoban Avenue, 600 block of Maryland Avenue.

There have been several in progress calls. Police have labeled the following incidents in the past as in progress. Shootings, stabbings, robbery, overdoses, murder, etc. .  Acorn and Rockton, 6200 block of East State Street, 1100 block of 15th St., 1800 block of Ridge Avenue, 2600 block of Bain Burg Drive, Fourth Avenue and eighth Street, 1300 block of 19th St., 100 block of S. 1st St.

There is a home invasion in the 1800 block of N. Main St.

Police were able to recover two stolen vehicles. One was in the 900 block of Harrison Avenue and the other was in the 3300 block of Sablewood drive.

There was a peeping Tom in the 2800 block of Overdene Avenue.

In the past the police have labeled shooting victims and stabbing victims And also murder victims as medical assist. There have been medical assist calls at the following: 600 block of St. Louis Avenue, 1500 block of Fairview Avenue, 1900 block of Rose Terrace, 1800 block of Fifth Street, 1400 block of Andrews, 1900 block of West Riverside, 1900 block of E. Moreland Ave., Auburn and Court Street.

An armed robbery happened in the area of Broadway and 20th St.

An aggravated battery happened in the 1900 block of Mulberry Street

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Rockford Scanner™: Recent Crime Recap: Stabbings, Shots Fired, Plus More




Recent call logs from the local police.

Note:  Some violent crimes have been labeled as medical assist.  Many ask why we post them. The answer is simple, police label violent crimes as medical assist in their call logs, and as long as they continue to do so, we will continue to post them.

Also, the recent murder next to the Rockford Police Station District 1 was labeled as a service to other agency non specific. Instead of an aggravated battery. We might start to post those as well since they have begun labeling violent crimes under this topic as well.

 





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Rockford Scanner™: Brief rundown of some of the recent crimes in the Rockford area recently




Brief rundown of some of the recent crimes in the Rockford area recently

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Rockford Scanner™: Sources are reporting a few scenes in the area





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Sources are reporting a few scenes in the area.

# 2625 N Kieth rd, we been told this is a shooting scene with multiple officers on scene.  Police only confirmed a scene, but wouldn’t provide any details.

# 3600 block of Algonquin blvd sources said there was a home invasion. Police again confirmed a scene, but didn’t provide any details.

# Auto accident near Alpine and Highcrest, avoid the area.

# Unknown scene near S Main and Seminole. Update: Citizen chases alleged burglary suspects, then they crashed their vehicle. Police have taken several people of interest into custody

# “Navy blue challenger chasing a White 2 door boxed suburban, They were driving recklessly in the north town mall area and then turned left on N Main heading towards Auburn. They almost hit a pedestrian”

 






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Rockford Scanner™: Several Violent Crimes in Rockford, In The Last 24 Hours





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Sources are reporting the following crimes

Photo: Mobil at 11th st and 15th ave around 4 am.  We been told this is a shooting scene, RPD has denied even being at this scene and said “No comment”

  • Shots fired in the 900 block of 17th St.
  • Shots fired in the area of 16th St. and 8th Avenue
  • Shots fired in the 4700 block of Trevor circle
  • In progress property: home invasion/burglary in the 2700 block of Karen Drive
  • In progress property: home invasion/burglary in the 3600 block of Auburn
  • In progress person ( shooting, stabbing, robbery, kidnapping, fatal, etc) in the 2100 block of Fulton Avenue

 

 

 






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Rockford Scanner™: Sources are reporting the following crimes happened in Rockford today





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Sources are reporting the following crimes happened in Rockford today.

  • Unknown scene in the 1400 block of S. Main St., Rockford police confirm an “in progress person”
  • Theft from an automobile and the 600 block of 15th Ave.
  • Mob action in the 2800 block of Knight Avenue
  • Theft of labor services in the 300 block of Cameron Avenue
  • Battery in the 5600 block of E. State St.
  • Burglary on Greendale Drive
  • Battery in the 2800 block of 22nd St.
  • Weapons violation at 420 W. State Street which is the Public Safety Building
  • Attempted burglary in the 2500 block of Kilburn
  • Attempted arson in the 4200 block of Auburn Street
  • Burglary in the 1700 block of 17th St.
  • Recovered a stolen vehicle in the 4000 block of Auburn Street
  • Theft from a vehicle in the 2300 block of Douglas Street
  • Theft from a vehicle and 2400 block of Shelley Drive
  • Weapons violation in the 1400 block of 26th Street

If you have any information on these crimes please call the Rockford Police Department or you can email us and we can relay your tip to the police anonymously.

 






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Rockford Scanner™: RPD Releases Information On 2 Recent Robberies & A Recent Shooting



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RPD releases information on a few scenes over the weekend.

Aggravated Battery w/ a Firearm: On Monday, January 7, 2019, at approximately midnight, Rockford Police officers responded to the 3100 block of Lapey Street in reference to a possible shooting. Upon arrival, officers met with the 66-year-old male victim who sustained a minor injury from gunfire striking his house several times. The victim did not seek medical treatment. No suspect information is available. Anyone with information should call Rockford Police at 815-966-2900 or Crime Stoppers at 815-963-7867.


Aggravated Robbery: On Sunday, January 6, 2019, shortly after 7:30 p.m., Rockford Police officers were called to Best Buy (281 Deane Drive) for a robbery. There, officers learned the 19-year-old suspect entered the store and loaded a cart with video gaming equipment. An employee approached the suspect, who then implied he had a weapon and fled the store. The suspect vehicle, a blue minivan, was located and stopped a short time later near East State Street and Mill Road. Officers took the four occupants in the minivan into custody. Upon further review of the case, the Winnebago County State’s Attorney’s Office authorized the below listed charges.

Jakari Smith, 19, Rockford: Aggravated Robbery

Torrence Lewis, 21, Rockford: Aggravated Robbery

Smith and Lewis were lodged in the Winnebago County Jail. A 16-year-old female was taken to the Juvenile Detention Center for probation violation. The fourth person in the suspect vehicle was released without charges.

The charges against Smith, Lewis, and the juvenile female are merely accusations. They are considered innocent unless proven guilty in court.


Attempted Robbery: On Friday, January 4, 2019 at approximately 10:45 p.m., Rockford Police officers responded to Rockford Fire Station 2 (1004 7th Street) for a battery victim. Officers learned the 46-year-old male victim had been walking in the area of Kishwaukee Street and 15th Avenue when three male suspects approached him, struck him several times, and attempted to steal property from him. All three ran off empty-handed. The victim walked to the fire department and was then transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. Anyone with information should call Rockford Police at 815-966-2900 or Crime Stoppers at 815-963-7867.

 


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