Rockford Scanner™: Suspect Burglarizes Local Store, Goes After The Guns in The Store




On Friday March 22, 2019 at 4:42am, Rockford Police responded to Gander Outdoors located at 3068 McFarland Rd in reference to an alarm. Through further investigation, it was learned the alarm was valid and a burglary occurred. The lone suspect gained entry through the front doors, went back into the gun area, tampered with a gun case, and fled the business on foot. At the time of this posting, it is unknown if any guns or other merchandise was taken.

Suspect: White male, medium build, wearing a blue hooded jacket, black t-shirt, blue pajama pants, and black shoes.

This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Rockford Police at 815-966-2900, or Rockford Area Crime Stoppers (815) 963-786

 





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Rockford Scanner™: One man dead after fleeing from police, Another arrested for burglary




Sources are reporting a fatal accident in Ogle County.

It happened one day around 1 AM In ogle County in the area of the 1700 block of Liberty Hill.

Oregon Police Department were responding to a burglary call near Mount Morris. While en route to the scene they saw a vehicle traveling eastbound on Route 64 between Mount Morris and Oregon at an extremely high rate of speed and went to chase it.

The officer came upon a vehicle that rolled several times and found the occupant outside the vehicle. He is identified as 34-year-old Joshua Denning of Oregon. He was taken to a hospital and later pronounced dead.

A few hours later police were responding to an unconscious man laying in a yard in the area of Franklin and 5th. That person was identified as Jason Marks. He was later arrested on burglary charges stemming from a January accident.

Police believe he was in the vehicle with Joshua Denning when it crashed.

 

 





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Rockford Scanner™: Police Investigating Daytime Burglaries





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Yesterday and today, the Ogle County Sheriff’s Office received reports of two daytime residential burglaries that took place in rural Stillman Valley.

The suspect is described as a white male, 19-23 years of age, clean cut, between 5’8-5’10 in height with a slender build.

A suspect vehicle has been described as a black, older model Dodge pick-up with the word “Dodge” in red lettering on the tailgate.

As always, we urge everyone to lock their doors and report any suspicious activity.

Be aware of anyone coming to your residence asking for directions, claiming to be out of gas, etc.

 

 


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Rockford Scanner™: Burglary Suspect Possibly On A Roof, RFD Requested to The Scene





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Sources are reporting a scene in Rockford.

It happened in the 4200 block of N Main around 5:30 am.

Police requested a ladder from the fire department.

They believe a burglary suspect is located on a nearby rooftop and need the fire department to assist with a search for the suspect.

No other information

 

 


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Rockford Scanner™: Couple of Violent Crime Scenes in Rockford Earlier Today





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Update on the 3rd and Gregory scene from the RPD:
A 26 year old man was in the area when the suspect asked to use his phone. The victim refused, then the suspect displayed a handgun and robbed the victim. The suspect got away with 2 cell phones. Suspect is a black male, short braids, last seen wearing a dark coat, black hoodie, dark pants and shoes.


Sources reporting a few scenes earlier today in Rockford.

  • 900 block of Acorn st
  • 3rd and Gregory
  • 200 block o Hollister ave
  • School and Horace (Home Invasion/Burglary)

RPD has confirmed “In Progress Person” at these scenes

In the past, the local police have labeled the following types of violent crimes as “In Progress Person”;  Shootings, Sexual Assaults, Stabbings, Kidnappings, Robberies, Murders, etc…


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Rockford Scanner™: CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Downtown Business Burglarized





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A couple of sources sent us this video (below) and said that the Jimmy Johns in downtown Rockford last night was burglarized.   As you can see in the video, a male (Possibly White male) wearing a mask broke the window of the business and burglarized the business.  If you have any information, call the RPD.


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Rockford Scanner™: Suspects Break Window, Burglarize Vehicle in Loves Park





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Correction: I accidentally posted “Tuesday”, she said it happened yesterday (Monday) Sorry for the typo.

Stephanie G. is reporting someone broke out her window and stole her purse while at a business in Loves Park on Tuesday afternoon.

“Monday afternoon shortly after 3pm someone broke my driver side window and stole my purse out of my car. This happened in the parking lot of Gensler Gardens off Orth road. We were inside the store for less than five minutes and came back out to my broken car. Loves Park police came and were very helpful. Wanted to share this in case someone happened to see anything or may know who broke my car window and stole my purse”

Correction: I accidentally posted “Tuesday”, she said it happened yesterday (Monday) Sorry for the typo.


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Rockford Scanner™: Man Arrested For Burglarizing a Local Business





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South Beloit PD:

On June 20, 2018 we made a Facebook post asking for assistance with two commercial burglaries. One of the burglaries occurred on June 10th at approximately 4am at Bubbles and Bows, 834 Gardner Street. Evidence recovered from the scene led investigators to identify Nicholas Munoz as the suspect. Upon review by the Winnebago County State’s Attorney’s Office an arrest warrant for burglary was authorized.

On February 14, 2019 South Beloit and Beloit Police located Munoz at a residence in the 1100 block of Harrison Avenue in Beloit where he was taken into custody. Munoz is lodged in the Rock County Jail awaiting extradition to Winnebago County.

Arrested: Nicholas Munoz, H/M, 28 years of age, Beloit resident.
Charge: Burglary – Bond $200,000.00

The South Beloit Police Department would like to thank the Illinois State Police Crime Scene Unit and Crime Lab for assisting on this investigation.

The charges against Munoz are accusations and he is considered innocent until proven guilty.






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