Rockford Scanner®: Police Chase Ends Up in A Serious Rollover Accident

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UPDATE:  Police say the police chase started in Ogle County and the suspects fled into Winnebago County. Police continued the chase until the suspects crashed. It was a single vehicle rollover accident.

The vehicle is reported stolen.

One suspect is still on the loose.

One person was ejected from the vehicle and was seriously hurt and another suspect got away on foot.

Police are investigating.

Rollover Accident With Injuries And Extrication Needed

It happened around 11:45 pm tonight in the area of 11th st and Blackhawk.

There is a serious accident near this location.

A vehicle has rolled over and some people are trapped inside the vehicle.

This was a police pursuit that ended in the vehicle crashing.

Injuries were being reported.  Extrication is needed.

One person ejected. Another fled on foot

Avoid the area or expect delays




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Rockford Scanner™: MABAS For A Structure Fire Near New Milford


UPDATE: Fully engulfed, calling out a MABAS

MABAS box 11 to the box alarm

Around 7:30 pm tonight, the New Milford FD are en route to a structure fire

It happened in the area of 7002 Rydberg Rd 

There is an un-attached garage that is on fire. 

Blackhawk FD and New Milford FD are en route to the scene. 



Rockford Scanner™: MABAS 2nd Alarm, Fully Engulfed Structure




Around midnight several fire departments were responding to a MABAS (Mutual Aid) to the 2nd alarm. 

There is reports of a fully engulfed trailer that is on fire. 

It happened in the 600 block of Arcadia Drive, off of S Main



Rockford Scanner™: South Beloit Murder Suicide, Man Kills A Person Near Some Children Then Kills Himself


Death Investigation- South Beloit

SOUTH BELOIT, IL – On June 10, 2018 at 12:13 am South Beloit Police Officers were sent to a residence in the 2200 block of Blackhawk Blvd. regarding a man with a gun. The female caller stated her husband had a gun, fired a shot and was threatening. The woman also advised that her father-in-law and her small children were in a tent in the back yard. As officers arrived they made contact with the 38 year old male in the front yard who possessed a handgun. The officers retreated to cover and called for assistance from the Rockton and Roscoe Police Department and the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office. Officers began a dialogue with the male but he retreated into the residence. A short time later the male exited the rear of the home and walked to the side yard with the gun pointed to his head. He walked to a wooded area and discharged two shots, came back out into the open and fired one round into his head. South Beloit Fire Department personnel were on scene and immediately began attending to the male. He was later transported to a local hospital but died from his injury.

Officers checked the rear yard and located tents, one of which was occupied by two young female children and one deceased 64 year old male. The children were uninjured and were reunited with their mother.. The deceased 64 year old male had apparent gunshot wounds to his upper body.

This is considered a domestic violence incident and no other persons are sought in connection to the incident. The Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department and Coroner’s Office are assisting the South Beloit Police Department and this case is still under investigation. Names of the two males will not be released until next of kin are notified


Just after midnight on Sunday the South Beloit police responded to the 2200 block of Blackhawk Road near S. Beloit

Police arrived on scene and negotiations were taken place between a man and the police. 

During the negotiations, the man walked out to the backyard where some tents were with children in them and an older gentleman. 

Police heard some gunshots, during the negotiations. They later found out the man shot and killed a 64-year-old man in the upper body. 

Then the man shot himself in the head. 

The children were not injured. 

Police are investigating.  Still developing