Rockford Scanner™: Suspect Stabs A Female In The Head and Stomach

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A Rockford man faces charges following a violent domestic incident. On Wednesday, February 27, 2019, just after midnight, Rockford Police officers responded to an apartment in the 4200 block of Beach Street for an aggravated battery with a knife call. The 25-year-old female victim was located in the parking lot of Walgreen’s (2525 South Alpine Road) suffering from multiple stab wounds. She was transported to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

The suspect, identified as 22-year-old Kameron Thrower, was in a domestic relationship with the victim. He was located in the 4100 block of Harrison Avenue and taken into custody.

The Winnebago County State’s Attorney’s Office reviewed the case and authorized the below listed charges against Thrower.

Kameron Thrower, 22, Rockford: Aggravated Battery with a Knife, Aggravated Domestic Battery (2 Counts)

Thrower was lodged in the Winnebago County Jail. The charges against Thrower are merely accusations. He is considered innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.

Sources have told us this is the suspect.  RPD has yet to confirm this.


Sources are reporting a stabbing victim in Rockford.

It happened around 12:05 am in the area of S Alpine and Harrison

Female approx. 25 years old was  stabbed in the head and stomach.

Suspect is at an address on Beach st

Victim is laying in the Walgreens parking lot.

We been told this is life threatening injuries.
She is being transported to a local ER. Still alive, but barely

Still developing

Update: Police put a white male into handcuffs at the nearby carwash. Unknown if he is the suspect. But police have taken one person into custody

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Rockford Scanner™: Automobile Accident Closes Down a Major Rockford Roadway

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Sources are reporting a bad accident on South Alpine near Beach just before 7:30 PM tonight. This is located just north of Alpine and Harrison

Injuries are being reported it is not yet known on the severity of the injuries at this time.

Police have shut down the area due to the accident, so please avoid this area for a while.

The cause of the accident is under investigation but officials believe that weather may have played a factor.


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Rockford Scanner™: Death Investigation In Rockford

Sources are reporting a death investigation in Rockford.


Sources reporting emergency personnel and the Winnebago County Coroner at a scene in the 4200 block of Beach st in Rockford.

Details are minimal due to the police encryption.

No other information is available at this time.



Rockford Scanner™: Water Rescue Call At Rock Cut




 Just before 9 pm tonight, emergency personnel were responding to a water rescue call in Loves Park. 

A boat is stranded on the Olson Lake at Rock Cut. 

They said is does not appear to be in distress, but are stranded. 

Storms are in the area.  

Emergency personnel are en route



Rockford Scanner™: Rock Cut Plans On Opening The Beach For 4th Of July


It is official. We passed the last health department inspection last night. Shower is up and running. More are coming.

Olson beach will open today at noon.

$5 a person/day, under 48″ $2.50, and children under 3 are free.

We are looking for more help. We need 2-3 more people to help with this expansion. Contact the concession for more information. 815-885-4740



 If you have heard the news, we are taking over Olson Beach.

Our target to open is July 4th. We will limit beach use to 400 people at a time. These are health department guidelines.

We are also keeping it family friendly and affordable. It will be $5 a day, anyone 48″ or shorter will be half price or $2.50 and anyone 3 years old or younger will be free.

Spread the work and let your friends know.

This is a work in progress but we hope to make the best beach in the area.