Rockford Scanner™: Rockford Police Investigating Another Shooting Scene in Rockford

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NOTE: Winnebago County Sheriff Office (Or any local police departments) RARELY releases any press releases, so do not expect an update on this story. Sorry, but this is what happens when they encrypted.

Sources are reporting another shooting incident in Rockford.

This one happened just before 10 pm near the area of Andrews and Alliance.

RPD does confirm a weapons violation at this location.

It is not clear if there were any victims.  RPD was at the residence on the Northwest corner of the intersection. It is not yet know if the house was struck by gunfire. But RPD was at that house.

For obvious reasons (encryption) no suspect information is available

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Rockford Scanner®: Rockford Fire Department Battling A House Fire, Unknown On Injuries. Still Developing

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UPDATE: One person has been injured. Burn to the hand. Unknown if it is an emergency personnel who was injured, or if it was the resident. Flames are confirmed and RFD laying a booster line to battle the house fire.


Around 10 AM several emergency personnel were responding to a house fire in Rockford.

Initial reports are saying there’s a house fire in the 600 block of Alliance. Smoke and flames are reported coming from the house.

Unknown at the houses occupied at this time.

This is still developing check back later for updates

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Rockford Scanner™: Officer Involved Accident in Rockford

Around 2 am this morning, there was an officer involved accident scene. 

An officer was traveling westbound on Mulberry when the officer hit a parked vehicle on Mulberry between Alliance and Soper. 

There was a lot of damage to the parked vehicle. The vehicle was parked on the curb. When the officer hit the parked vehicle, the vehicle was pushed up into the yard. 

The officers front bumper was under the trunk of the parked vehicle. 

It did not appear there were any injuries.