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™: Structure Fire In Beloit, MABAS Toned Out





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Beloit Fire Department request a MABAS for a structure fire around 5:30 pm tonight.

A structure is on fire near the 500 block of McKinley in Beloit.

Several area fire departments are en route.

No other information at the time of writing this.

Still developing.

Beloit Scanner is reporting they cancelled the MABAS shortly after it was toned out.






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Rockford Scanner™: Semi Crash Causing Traffic Backup





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Semi Accident Causing Long Traffic Delays

A semi has crashed on I-90 near the border.
Near the Shopire exit.

Unknown on injuries.

Traffic is backed up for approx.  5 miles.

Credit: Eric N9MCS
Video by Brian Szilagyi






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Rockford Scanner™: Fatal Accident In Beloit, Still Developing





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From our friends at Beloit scanner: Just before 10 PM tonight there is a serious automobile accident in the Beloit area.

A van has slid under a semi in the area of Freeman Parkway and Milwaukee.

Injuries are being reported,  reported to be unresponsive.
Unconfirmed reports are saying this is a fatal accident.

This is still developing please avoid the area

Update:  1 person in the van is confirmed fatal. State Recon is on scene


A fatal accident that occurred at 9:46 p.m. Saturday is under investigation at the intersection of Milwaukee Road and Freeman Parkway in the City of Beloit.

Two vehicles were involved, a semi truck and a minivan. The driver of the minivan, a 56-year-old man, was pronounced deceased on scene. His name is not being released at this time. The driver of the semi truck was uninjured. No other individuals were involved in the accident.

The Wisconsin State Patrol completed the accident reconstruction and the investigation is ongoing. Witness statements advised that the driver of the minivan was headed westbound on Milwaukee Road when he ran the red light and then hit the semi truck.

-Sarah Millard, Director of Strategic Communications






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Rockford Scanner™: Person Found Dead In Beloit, Police Investigating





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Beloit:

We are investigating a sudden death that was reported in the 1600 block of Wisconsin Avenue around 7:30 a.m. today. No foul play is suspected.

As we have inclement weather conditions over the next week, we’d like to remind everyone to take extra precautions when going outdoors and to check in on friends and family members while they are outside.

-Sarah Millard, Director of Strategic Communications






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Rockford Scanner™: Shooting Victim In Janesville





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On 01-23-19 at approximately 6 p.m. the Janesville Police Department responded to a report of a shooting in the 2600 block of Kellogg Avenue.

Upon arrival officers located a 41 year old Janesville man that had been shot multiple times. The witness at the scene knew the suspect who shot the man, and advised he had fled the scene.

With the assistance of the Green County Sheriff’s Dept. and the Monroe Police Department the suspect was taken into custody in Green County.

The victim of the shooting died as a result of his injuries, and his information is not being released until his family is notified.

Further information will be made available at a press conference at the Janesville Police Department today at 2 p.m.


On 01-23-19 at about 6:15pm, officers were dispatched to the area of Kellogg Ave and South Crosby Ave for a gunshot wound victim. Officers are still on scene and the investigation is ongoing. The suspect is currently in custody and there is no threat to the public.

Please try to avoid the area of Kellogg Ave and South Crosby Ave. Expect possible traffic delays in the area. As more information becomes available another press release will be done at that time.






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Rockford Scanner™: Structure Fire In Janesville, Developing



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Sources are reporting a structure fire in Janesville

AVOID Blackbridge Rd between N Parker Dr and Mayfair Av for the next 3 hours due to a structure fire. Blackbridge Rd is closed.

Janesville Police Department advises you to AVOID Location due to a current traffic issue.

A fire near the Recycling Center has closed Blackbridge Rd and will require a detour of traffic for the next 3 hours (approximate.

Suggested detour, take N Parker Dr(HWY 51) to HWY14

 


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Rockford Scanner™: OWI 4th Arrest



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On 1-8-19 at 4:50PM Janesville Police stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation. Upon contacting the driver, the officer noticed signs of impairment. The driver provided a false name to the officer initially and she was taken into custody.

During a search of the vehicle, officers located open intoxicants and drug paraphernalia. The driver was put through standard field sobriety tests which confirmed impairment. A Department of Transportation records check showed the driver had 3 prior OWI arrests and is out on bond for OWI. An OWI blood draw was obtained with results pending. The driver identified as Jasmine M. Delap, was held at the Rock Co. Jail pending an initial appearance in court.

Arrested: Jasmine M. Delap age 25 of Janesville

Charges: STATE STATUTE 343.44(1)(b) – OPERATING WHILE REVOKED
346.63(1)(a) – OWI – 4TH OFFENSE
341.04(1) – NON-REGISTRATION OF AUTO
946.49(1)(b) – FELONY BAIL JUMPING
946.41(1) – RESISTING/OBSTRUCTING AN OFFICER
961.573(1) – POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

Pursuant to the directive of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, as found in Supreme Court Rule 20:3:6 Trial Publicity, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

Jasmine M. Delap age 25 of Janesville
Jasmine M. Delap

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Rockford Scanner™: Auto Accident With Injuries, Female Hit In Mouth With A Hammer



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Substantial Battery / Traffic Accident
On 1/8/19 at approximately 9:30 PM, officers from the Janesville Police Department and Janesville Fire Department were dispatched to a traffic accident with injury at Afton Road and Falling Creek Circle. A vehicle had failed to yield while making a left-hand turn. A 26 year old Beloit woman was found pinned in her vehicle complaining of leg injuries. She was later transported to Beloit Hospital by Janesville Paramedics.

Several occupants exited the suspect vehicle and got into another vehicle which left the scene. Officers located the vehicle at County D and S. Indian Lake Dr. Four occupants of the suspect vehicle were transported to Mercy Hospital and St. Mary’s Hospital by Janesville Paramedics and Town of Beloit Paramedics. The driver of the suspect vehicle was identified as a 16-year-old Juvenile.

Following the accident, Officers learned the suspect vehicle had left the Falling Creek Village where a disturbance had taken place. During the disturbance, a female was struck in the mouth with a hammer.

The following arrests were made:

16 year old Juvenile: Operating while suspended, Failure to Yield Right Away, Operating a motor vehicle without Insurance, Battery, and Disorderly Conduct

15 year old Juvenile: Battery & Disorderly Conduct

Samantha Guinter (28): Disorderly Conduct/Dometic Violence & Criminal Damage to Property Domestic Violence.

Sergio Maciel (27): OWI (1st), Disorderly Conduct, 5 Warrants

Tasha Sanger (35): Substantial Battery, Obstructing, Felony Bailjumping

Jamaious Shoulders (22): Parole Violation

Incident Number: JV1901546
Location: 91 Falling Creek Circle
By: Sgt. Rob Perkins
Date:1/8/19

Pursuant to the directive of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, as found in Supreme Court Rule 20:3:6 Trial Publicity, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

 


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Rockford Scanner™: Hacked Facebook Account leads to false bomb threat near Janesville



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This is a good time to remind everyone to change your passwords!


A Rock County resident had his Facebook account hacked. Unknown person(s) then issued threats against Schools, Hospitals, government buildings and government officials. The matter was investigated by the Janesville Police Department and determined to be not credible.

The Owner of the account with the initials JC had is account hacked on Friday from Iowa. The hackers also fraudulently posted the owners name, address and phone number with the threat.


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