Another Local Teen Missing, Have You Seen Her?
Alexis R. 5’2, 110 lbs, hazel eyes, long brown hair
If you see her, call the Rockford Police
UPDATE: Family is reporting the boy was located safely.
The family said: “My son has been found thank the lord and the Rockford police officers. He was put on the wrong bus shame on 205 he is only 5 and just drop him off no one was there thanks to my good neighbors”
Sources are reporting the Rockford Police are currently searching for a missing child from Haskel School
The child is described as a black male, 4 foot, 80 lbs, wearing a blue shirt, blue pants, and blue shoes. Last seen wearing a Nike backpack.
No photo available at the time of posting this. Still developing
Sources reporting an attempted kidnapping near Jefferson and Oakley in Rockford. It happened around 5:30 pm
Details are minimal, due to the police encryption.
Safe to assume the suspect got away and still roaming the streets of Rockford. RPD has yet to release information.
After posting this, we got reports from sources of another attempted kidnapping incident that happened in Rockford, on Thursday. It happened near Welsh elementary. Unknown if these incidents are related.
*UPDATE: Sources reporting the incident happened near N Church and Burton and the suspect from this incident is described a man with purple hair in a red vehicle
Rockford Police has yet to release information on this incident as well.
On August 24, 2018 at 8:49 am Deputies were dispatched to the 14000 block of South Bluff Rd for a 16 year old suicidal subject who had last been seen walking in this area.
Deputy Metzler and K9 Cliff responded to the call. Cliff located a track which led into the Norman Jensen Forest Preserve. After a mile long track, Deputy Metzler and Cliff located the suicidal subject.
The juvenile suffered minor self-inflicted wounds.
Rockton Fire administered first aid and transported the juvenile for medical treatment.
On Friday, July 13th, 2018 at approximately 3:34pm, the DeKalb Police Department responded to Casey’s General Store located at 1001 N. Annie Glidden Rd. regarding a report of an abduction. The caller reported he and his wife went to this location to meet with individuals for the sale of personal property. When they met with them, his wife was forcibly removed from his vehicle and placed into the offender’s vehicle. The offenders left the parking lot and were not located by responding officers.
Through investigation, it was learned that the victim may have defaulted on a bail bond contract out of the state of Mississippi. Investigators confirmed this by speaking with a bail bond company out of DeSoto County, Mississippi. The agents of the bail bond company put investigators in phone contact with the alleged victim in this case.
Investigators confirmed the victim was safe and was en route to the DeSoto County Jail to await a court appearance.
DeKalb County Sherriff’s Department, Northern Illinois University Police Department, Sycamore Police Department, and the Illinois State Police assisted in this case.
A kidnapping has been reported at approximately 3:20 p.m. at Casey’s General Store, 1001 N. Annie Glidden Road. (Dekalb)
The victim is a Clarissa R. Riddle, 27 years old, female Black, 5’03, 180 LBS, brown hair, brown eyes last seen wearing a black dress with floral print. Attached is a recent photo of Riddle.
Suspects are described as 1. White male, 6’03, 185 LBS, wearing white shirt, blue jeans with hat. 2. White female, 5’03, skinny build with unknown clothing. Suspect vehicle is a white SUV with Tennessee partial plate of “A.” Vehicle was last seen south bound on First Street from West Lincoln Hwy.
Please call the DeKalb Police Department at 815-748-8400, ext. 1 with any information. GGW
I am in desperate need of your help my 16 year old daughter is missing and has not been heard from since the 6th.
There has been no activity on her phone or social media since 6 pm on the 6th
Her name is Destiny Mclaren and she is 16 years old.
I have made a police report but they have been no help to me at all if you could post this along with her picture I would forever be grateful.
I am offering a reward to anyone who can help bring my child home
Destiney McLaren is 16 old.
She has missing from 20th & Samuelson Rd Rockford, IL since July 6th around 6pm.
No activity on her phone or any other Social Media.
She is not a runaway.
Destiney is 16, 5’1. 112lbs. Long Brown Hair and Green Eyes.
There is a reward for any information on my my daughter that brings her home safely.
On Saturday June 23, 2018 around 11 pm officers were called to the 2600 block of Bilbury Drive on a missing person’s call. The caller told officers his 21-year-old girlfriend, left their house at 6 p.m. to go for a walk and never returned. The caller reported that the missing female has a medical history of seizures. Deputy Warmoth and his K9 Ares conducted a search of the area and located in Atwood park 2 miles away alive and semi conscious and having a medical episode. She was transported to Swedish American Hospital by New Milford ambulance and was treated for a undisclosed condition.
The Boone County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the assistance of the public in locating a missing woman who suffers from severe Alzheimer’s disease.
On June 12, 2018, Kathleen Humphreys, 77 year old female was reported missing by family members. Mrs. Humphreys is described as a while female, 5’06”, 135 lbs., and wearing white plaid pajamas. At approximately 6:30 pm, Mrs. Humphreys left her residence located in the 10000 block of Briarwood Court, Belvidere, driving a white 2007 Buick Lacrosse, bearing Illinois license plates E491480.
If anyone has seen Kathleen Humphreys or the vehicle, they are asked to contact the Boone County Sheriff’s Office at (815)544-2144
**** Maysa has been located unharmed!! ****
Thank you to everyone from the community who assisted!
BPD needs your help to locate 10 year old Maysa Jackson. She left from the 1200 block of Copeland approximately 30 mins ago. She is wearing a grey and black striped dress and was last seen near Wisconsin and Copeland. Her hair is pulled back in a ponytail. If you see her please call 911.
UPDATE: She has been located and is back home
From the mother Chamberly Russell:
This is my daughter. If anyone sees her please help me and let me know. She could be in three different outfits: white t-shirt with red sweatpants, white t-shirt with Jean shorts, or white shirt and white sweats with the symbol 100 written on them in red. Thank you in advance. She is reported to be with a person named Kristina Jones. She might be in the Rockford, Loves Park or Wisconsin areas.
UPDATE: RPD said they were at Dahlquist Park earlier today and found a body. It appears to be a suicide according to the RPD. They are not releasing anymore information on this right now, but plan on releasing a statement later on. As soon as they do, we will update this.
Several sources are reporting a scene with a lot of police officers and a police K-9 dog. It happened in the area of Dahlquist Park in Rockford. Neighbors tell RS they heard gunshots in the same area last night. Also this is the same area where they unconfirmed found a missing teens vehicle. Unknown if it is related to either incident. All we can confirm right now, is numerous police officers on scene and are not letting anyone near the park. We will post updates as they become available
Liam Burdick, 18, of Rockford IL, passed away Monday, May 14th. He was born in Mauston, WI on February 18th, 2000. Liam attended Harlem High School and in his spare time, he loved to snuggle his dogs Nico and Alyce. He also loved to sing, draw and write poetry. Liam was an active member of his community, participating and leading several groups, activities and was a powerful advocate for equality.
Liam is survived by his mother Phyllis Gallisath, father Jason Gallisath, sister Taiah Gallisath, brother Ryker Gallisath, his birth father Herbert Lee Burdick III and their family, his loving partner Celeste Rub, his grandparents, Vicki Legge, Linda and Mike Parent, Don and Karen Gallisath and Dorothy Bunjes, an overwhelming amount of extended family both blood and bond alike, PFLAG Rockford, DiversCity Youth Group, The Illinois Safe Schools Alliance Youth Committee, Action Camp folks, his TEACH family at Harlem High School, and all of the lives he touched during his short time here.
His wonderful spirit, joy, and talents will be celebrated Monday, May 21st at one of his favorite places, Rock Cut State Park, Loves Park IL in the West Lake Shelter at 3 pm with a gathering for a fellowship to immediately follow at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, Rockford IL.
“I have felt my mother’s warmth. I have given my soul to other souls. I have loved and been loved more than I can recall. I have been accepted. I have been cherished and celebrated. I have lived. I will always live.” – Liam Burdick
UPDATE: Hello, I am Liam’s uncle. I am sorry to inform you that his body was found this morning.
The family would like to express its deepest gratitude for the assistance with the search.
We ask that you please give us privacy and time as we mourn his loss.
Thank you, much love. Travis
Liam’s car has been found at Dahlquist Park. He was not in it and is still missing.
Liam was last seen at Mcdonald’s on E State (4600 block of E State St) last night at 11:pm
RS fan Phyllis Legge Gallisath: Liam my 18 year old son, has been missing since 3:pm Monday, May 14th. He was last seen in a 98’ Silver, Chevy Blazer. The driver side door is held together with a bungee cord, license plate AG4 6603. I am hoping he is still in the Rockford area but really unsure…. If you have any leads, please contact me or the police right away.
Search for Kyle Rogers – Update
On 5/17/2018 approximately 6:55 pm the Belvidere Fire Department was called regarding a possible body floating in the Kishwaukee River in the Belvidere Park in the area of the dam.
Belvidere Police and Fire personnel responded, secured the area, and Belvidere firefighters recovered a body from the water. The Boone County Coroner’s Office removed the body from the scene.
On 5/18/2018 an autopsy was performed where the Boone County Coroner’s Office and Belvidere Police Department were able to make a positive identification of the body that was recovered from the Belvidere Park. The following is an excerpt from Coroner Rebecca Wigget’s press release.
“The body recovered from the Kishwaukee River in the Belvidere Park on Thursday 05/17/18 has been positively identified as Kyle R. Rogers, age 23 years. Mr. Rogers resides in Belvidere, IL. The preliminary results of a forensic autopsy performed on 05/18/18, show the preliminary cause of death to be drowning. This death is not considered to be suspicious at this time. This death remains under the investigation of the Boone County Coroner’s Office and the Belvidere City Police Department. No further information is available at this time.”
The Belvidere Police Department would like to thank all the men and women from the community who assisted with either providing information, support of the family, or passing out fliers. The Belvidere Police Department appreciates all the help and support of all the different agencies that came together to bring Kyle home.
Our hearts and prayers go out to the Rogers family during this devastating time.
Boone County Coroner’s Office has confirmed the body that was recovered from the Kishwaukee River has been identified as Kyle Rogers.
The coroner’s office says the autopsy results show that Kyle Rogers drowned. His death is not being considered suspicious. The death remains under investigation by the coroner’s office and the BPD
Search for Kyle Rogers
Kyle Rogers family and the Belvidere Police Department continue the search and investigation into the disappearance of 23 year old Kyle Rogers.
Over the past several days detectives have been following up hundreds of leads that have come in from all over the Stateline. In addition to countless hours of investigation investigators have coordinated efforts with Belvidere and Rockford Fire Departments, Boone County Emergency Management Agency (EMA), and Ogle County Sheriffs Department to conduct searches from the ground, water, and air. Belvidere and Rockford Fire along with EMA used water penetrating sonar devices to search the Kishwaukee River in an attempt to locate any information that Kyle may have entered the water.
The Belvidere Police Department has conducted numerous hours of land searches in addition to Ogle County Sheriff’s Office conducting searches of the river and surrounding areas utilizing drones that mapped out and photographed several miles of terrain.
The Belvidere Police Department would like to thank all the men and women who have assisted in the investigation and would ask anyone with information to please contact the Belvidere Police Department at 815-547-6445 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 815-547-7867.
RS fan Aubree Rogers
Thursday night my brother Kyle Rogers went to the Apollo Theater in Belvidere for a concert. After the show ended he was last seen by friends walking towards Buchanan’s bar. His last snapchat photo was captioned at Buchanan’s but after comparing the photo to what we’ve seen it looks like he was actually at Niko’s bar. He never came home.
At this point his phone is dead and no one has seen or heard from him.
We’re posting this in the hope of gaining any information anyone might have.
He lives down W Lincoln Ave off N State street within walking distance of the Apollo.
Her name is Sydney Weber who is 15 years old, from Fox Lake.
The parents of a Fox Lake teen who has been missing since Sunday are asking people who may have seen the girl to call police.
Sydney Weber, 15, took a ride-share to a Dunkin’ Donuts in Gurnee, where the teen met up with another vehicle and drove off, said her father, David Weber.
Weber said a friend of the teen received a text at 8 a.m. the next day saying she was fine and “living life.”
“The phone has been off ever since,” Weber said. “We have been texting her but have not received anything back.”
Fox Lake Police Chief Jimmy Lee said officers are investigating.
Sydney is about 5 feet 5 inches tall, weighs about 110 pounds, has black and purple hair and blue eyes. She wears braces and is seen often carrying a large backpack.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Fox Lake Police Department at (847) 587-3100