Rockford Scanner™: Woman Uses Screwdriver & A Wrench To Beat & Stab A Victim in Rockford

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UPDATE: The victim was reported to have been stabbed approx 6 times during the home invasion.  The victim is expected to survive.  States Attorneys Office said several charges are pending, while police investigate the case.  The victim has filed an emergency order of protection against the alleged suspect.

Editors note: RS fan Crystal Ross  said the RPD information is wrong. But failed to provide any details.  She says there is more to the story than what the police have said, but will not say anything else.

She said it is RS job to find the details out, instead of her telling us.  We responded, we can only run with the information that is provided to us and gave her a chance to tell the other side of the story, and she has yet to respond.

So we can only run with the information from the RPD at this time.  If she chooses to tell us, or if someone else gives us information, we will be more than happy to update this.

Our information is from the victim Vinicio T. and also the RPD.

 


Sources are reporting an aggravated battery in Rockford. 

It happened in the area of the 1100 block of 2nd ave.

Suspect stabbed and beat the victim with a screwdriver and a wrench. 

Suspect is a white female that is approx 28 years old last seen in a pink shirt. 

 








Rockford Scanner™: Another Rollover Accident With Injuries, Extrication Needed in Rockford



 

Just before 3:30 pm today, several emergency personnel were responding to a rollover accident with injuries and extrication is needed to cut at least one person out of the vehicle.

It happened in the area of Kishwaukee and 8th ave.

Note: There was a rollover accident earlier near Kishwaukee and College. Not related to this accident.

There is an accident near this location.

Injuries were being reported.

Extrication is being requested.

Avoid the area or expect long traffic delays








Rockford Scanner™: House Fire With 2 People Reported To Be Inside



 

Credit: RFD

UPDATE: RFD said the fire is under control and is under investigation.  Initial reports said 2 homeless people were sleeping inside. RFD did not mention this in their release. So we assume those people were able to make it out.  


Just before 4:30 am this morning the Rockford Fire Department were battling a house fire.

It is reported to be a vacant house, but two people were reported to be sleeping inside the house. 

It happened in the 1100 block of 8th, on Rockford’s East side. 

Unknown on the status of the 2 reported people that were reported to be inside. 

We will post updates as they become available. 








Rockford Scanner™: Police Stop Vehicle, Alleged Suspect Flees On Foot




 

 

 

Details are minimal. 

Around 1 am this morning several police officers had a vehicle stopped in an alleyway near 8th st and 12th ave. Sources are reporting the WCSO initiated a traffic stop near this location. At least one alleged suspect (unknown description) fled on foot Eastbound from the vehicle. 

A police K-9 was called in to search the vehicle and track the suspect.  
The dog went East from the vehicle.

It is unclear if they were able to catch the suspect, because the police K-9 did not track long.

There was a RPD paddy wagon nearby. 

No other information is available.