Rockford Scanner™: Two Arrested For Counterfeit/Forgery, In Loves Park





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Sources are reporting seeing police working a scene last night in Loves Park.

It happened around 5 pm Wednesday night in the 5900 block of N Second st, near the N Second Tobacco store.

LPPD said: Two people were arrested and charged with Forgery/Possession of Document/Coin and for possessing a counterfeit bill.

Names have yet to be released


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Rockford Scanner™: Police looking for vehicle involved in a stranger incident around an Elementary School





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On Monday February 11, at about 3:30pm, a Jackson Elementary student (Janesville) reported that a black, small sized SUV approached her at the intersection of Kellogg and Adel St.

A male driver and rear seat passenger solicited her to get into the vehicle because it was cold out.

This student fled from the area and the vehicle left in an unknown direction.

Vehicle description: smaller black SUV with a dent in the driver’s side door and darkly tinted windows.

Anyone having information about the vehicle can call 757-2244 or Janesville Area Crimestoppers at 756-3636






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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™: Officer Involved Fatal Shooting in Rockford, Suspect Killed After A Traffic Stop





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Note: This is the 3rd incident in the last several weeks that a Rockford Police officer has fired their gun. 2 of those incidents, a person died.


Stearns County Jail

Sources said the victim Randy Pierson was charged on multiple counts of theft and theft and swindle in Stearns County Minnesota.  Court records show he failed to show up for court on the charges. There was an active warrant for failure to appear. Unknown if it is related to this shooting incident or not at this time.


Update: 


On Wednesday, February 6, 2019 shorty before 11:30 a.m., a Rockford Police patrol officer conducted a traffic stop on a white truck with Texas plates pulling a micro flagstaff lite trailer.

During the course of the stop, the driver of the vehicle produced a handgun.

Chief OShea, said the driver “produced a gun”.
He did not say “pointed” the gun. In the press briefing.

The officer fired multiple rounds.

Approx. 17 rounds according to sources

In the photos, there is what appears to be an empty magazine near cone #10 in the photos near the back driver side tire.

The suspect died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound according to police.

The Winnebago Boone County Integrity Task Force has been called to conduct an independent investigation.

The officer involved was transported to the hospital per protocol. All information is preliminary

There is video of the incident according to police, but it will not be released to the public.


Officers conducted a traffic stop on a white truck pulling a trailer just before 11:30 am.

During the traffic stop, police said a man produced a gun. The officer fired off multiple rounds at the suspect. Police said the suspect died of a self inflicted gunshot wound.

Sources said numerous gunshots were fired during the incident. One officer from RPD and one from ISP was also on scene,  the RPD officer was the only officer who discharged their weapon during the incident.

Still developing.

Unrelated: Multiple vehicle accident with one rolled over on the bypass near S Main.


Numerous police have their guns drawn at the scene.
They requested an ambulance for an officer.

There is also reports of a dead body at the scene.
Unknown who the victim is at this time.

Reports of a major traffic backup in the area.

Witnesses said the officers got out of their vehicles and put on bulletproof vests and pulled out their rifles.

Police have shut down the ramps in the area.  Still developing.

Note:There is a rollover vehicle in the area, unknown if it is related to this story.


Sources are reporting several emergency personnel working a scene.

It is on the bypass just west of Montague.

Numerous officers have their guns drawn on someone.

It is not yet clear what is going on, but it definitely is a dangerous situation.

Still developing, avoid the area.






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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™: 2 Vehicles Just Stolen Near Rochelle



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Sources are reporting 2 vehicles were just stolen near Rochelle.

The first one is a Black 2003 Saturn carry all with a plate # of AN17881

The second one is a Blue 2007 Saturn with a plate # of R992043

 


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Rockford Scanner™: Standoff, Possible Hostage Situation In Rockford



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UPDATE:

Officials have said that Sgt. Matt Kranz, a 17 year veteran of the Rockford Police Department,  as the officer who killed Kerry Blake. He has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome




Rockford Police said after several hours of negotiations with an alleged suspect, they tossed in some tear gas a few times, then the SWAT team went inside the residence and tried to arrest the alleged suspect. Police say the suspect then assaulted the officers that went inside to arrest him and then one of the officers fired his gun, killing the mentally ill suspect. An officer was also injured, unknown on the severity of the injuries.  (RPD)


Update: RPD said via their call log there was an Aggravated Battery at 1126 Green st, same area as this incident.  Possibly related.


Shots were confirmed fired at the scene, unknown at this time who fired the shots. Neighbors said police fired the shots and killed a person inside the residence.  Neighbors said the victim was mentally ill.

RPD has not released any information on this, and are very quiet on this situation.


Several sources are reporting a large police presence on the west side of Rockford, working a scene.

They said it appears to be a police standoff, possible hostage situation near Green st. near Stanley area

Numerous police officers, Chief OShea, SWAT, Swat vehicles and a sniper are all on scene.

We have someone from RS en route to the scene to get more information

Check back later for updates.


RPD has yet to confirm this, but neighbors said the alleged suspect might have committed a carjacking this afternoon that involved children.  That is why the RPD was first went to the residence, while investigating the carjacking at Stanley and Green

RS Source


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Rockford Scanner™: Several Burglaries in Rural Winnebago County & Shirland Area.



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Source sent us the following:

Friends in the Shirland area of Sharp Rd, Pomeroy Rd., Yale Bridge, Boswell…Happened at 3am this morning on Sharp (the vineyard house).

The owners were home and have cameras all around the house.

Two men with ski masks walked up their driveway, looked in their windows, checked the doors and then broke into their shed that had an alarm and ran.

They also broke into their neighbors shed and stole tools.

3 break in’ s on yale bridge last week.

Pass this on to friends and let’s keep on eye out for each other and be safe!!

 


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Rockford Scanner™: Caught On Video: Alleged Car Thief Caught In Belvidere



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Sources said two suspect stole a vehicle.

Police were able to catch one alleged suspect in the area of 405 Jackson St in Belvidere just after midnight.

Another suspect got away and police were searching the area.

They recovered the vehicle.    Still developing.

 

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Rockford Scanner™: Sources Reporting A Scene at A Local Hospital



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UPDATE: Source said it was a fight in the Emergency Room.


Sources are reporting numerous police officers at a local hospital.

Witnesses are reporting several police officers “went flying into St Anthony Hospital” at the time of writing this, it is not yet clear on what happened.

Sources said it appears to be an active scene.

Check back later for possible updates.

 


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