Winnebago County K9 Officer Locates Missing Woman Having a Seizure While out on a Walk

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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.

 

 

 



Rockford Scanner™: Several Officers From Several Departments At A Scene Near Roscoe

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RS Fan Paula Caldwell
Farm & Fleet in Roscoe Some one got away from the cops after they had him.”


Several sources are reporting numerous police officers in the area of N Main and Old River rd near Roscoe. 

They are saying several officers from several area police departments are on scene. 

They said it appears to be some type of search or manhunt. 

It is not yet known what is going on, due to the encryption. 

We will post updates as they become available

 

 



Rockford Scanner™: Several sources are once again reporting several vehicles being broken into at local parks





 

Several sources are once again reporting several vehicles being broken into at local parks

(Hopefully someone will setup a bait car and catch these criminals)

 

If you recall awhile back ago, we covered the story about this same topic that plagued local parks for several months.

The suspects were never caught. And now they are back to breaking into vehicles again.

We received several reports of numerous vehicles being broken into at the local parks recently again

Parks effected: Rock Cut, Sinnissippi, Shorewood, Sportscore, Keiselberg, Atwood, etc…

At one time Rock Cut State Park had a sign posted about locking your doors because of the burglaries.

But once we posted  the story, they removed the sign.

How to prevent your vehicle from being broken into: 

  • LOCK your doors!
  • Do NOT put anything of value in sight.
  • Before going to the park, leave any valuables at home.
  • If you have to bring a purse or any valuables, put it in the trunk BEFORE you go to the park.
  • Invest into a hidden camera and stick it in your vehicle. More info at Superior Spy – CLICK HERE