Rockford Scanner™: Fight At A Rockford Business, 1 Person Injured





 

Caution Graphic Content in the link, WATCH THE VIDEO OF THE FIGHT AND BOUNCER KNOCKED OUT COLD AT https://www.liveleak.com/view?t=CnanC_1568083912&p=1

Update from a source:  A female customer was asked to leave by the bouncer, because she was allegedly being disorderly.  The bouncer was attempting to  escort her out.  She was refusing to leave and hit the bouncer a couple of times. The bouncer then pushed her away. Several men saw the incident and thought the bouncer was hitting the woman and stepped in to intervene and began to beat on the bouncer.  Then several others began to fight, some to protect the bouncer, and others to hurt the bouncer.  No weapons were involved.  One person was transported to the E.R. sounds like non life threatening injuries.   RPD has yet to confirm this.

Note: This was an active scene when I filmed this. So I was only able to film from one location. I was filming the police, and Tavern On Clark was in the background of me filming the police at the scene.  Some people have chose not read this article and just watch the video and  automatically assumed Tavern On Clark was involved. (since they have chose not to read and only watch the video) since it was in the background in the video of me filming the police at this scene. Tavern on Clark was NOT involved. It was an active scene and I was limited on where I could film from, and it just happened to be in the background as I filmed the police. 


Shortly after 2 am this morning several emergency personnel from the Rockford Police and Fire Departments responded to the Tiger Tails on Clark. 

Initial reports are saying there was a large fight out in the parking lot of the business. 

At least 4 people were detained by police.
Unknown if anyone was arrested.   

1 Person was knocked unconscious, and was transported to a local E.R.  

No other information is available at this time. 

 








 

Rockford Scanner™: Three Females Going On A Crime Spree In Rockford?




 

Over the last few weeks we have gotten several reports from several area businesses that 3 females have been going into local stores and destroying items and stealing items. Then they flee the stores. 

Sources have told us the police have been notified on several of these incidents and they did not seem to care to investigate the crimes, according to the victims. 

Tuesday it happened again at Ulta, around 4:40 pm. Three females went into the business with garbage bags and began to fill the bags with items. And then they fled the store. Witnesses were able to get a photo of the alleged vehicle and plate.

Police are encrypted and have not released any information on any of these incidents. The most we got out of police was “No Comment”  so they will not confirm the incidents, and they won’t confirm if it is the same 3 females on a crime spree, etc…

Thankfully to the citizens of the area, we are able to post this and keep people informed via your tips, so maybe these alleged criminals can be caught.

 








 

Rockford Scanner™: Scene on the West side, Metro Enforcement Officer Tasered A Subject. Numerous Emergency Personnel On Scene




Update: Multiple ambulances dispatched to the scene

Sources are reporting a scene on the west side.  

It happened around 11:30 PM in the 300 block of Cameron Avenue.

Reports of several emergency personnel on scene.

We have been told a Metro enforcement officer has deployed their Taser on a subject.  At least one person is injured.  It is not yet known if the suspect or the Metro enforcement officer is injured.  All we can confirm is medical is needed for at least one person at the scene.  This is still developing

 








 

Rockford Scanner™: Disorderly Subject, Fleeing From police




 

Disorderly Conduct & Fleeing From Police 

It happened on N Cherryvale Blvd.   

Suspect is in a 2005 Green 4 door Suszuki with the plate of Z168118. 

Comes back to an address at 7632 N Cherryvale blvd #103. 

 Last seen westbound on State

 








 

Rockford Scanner™: RPD Releases Information On 2 Robberies At A Local Walmart




Original story at:  http://rockfordscanner.com/2019/04/02/rockford-scanner-robbery-at-a-local-walmart-police-investigating/

Suspect is described as a black male, 30-35 years old, 5’9, 160 lbs, dark jacket and light colored hoodie and dark pants.

On Tuesday April 2nd 2019 the RPD were dispatched to the Walmart on Northridge near Forest Hills and Riverside in reference to an armed robbery.

Suspect retrieved merchandise throughout the store.  He pulled a gun on an employee (We been told in the sporting goods area ) and threatened the employee.

The suspect then exited Walmart and slashed the tire of the security vehicle outside.  And then fled the scene.

RPD were again called back to the Walmart around 3:30 am, this time for an attempted armed robbery.  A man sitting in a truck in the parking lot was approached by a suspect in a Tan Suburban.  Suspect pulled a gun on the victim and demanded property. The victim threatened to call the police. The suspect then fled westbound on Riverside.  No injuries were reported.

The police are searching for the suspect. If you have any information please call the RPD at 815-966-2900

 





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Rockford Scanner™: Fight At A Local Walmart, Police Investigating




Several sources  are reporting a fight at a local Walmart.

It happened this afternoon approx. 3 pm at the Walmart on Northridge.

Reports of a man approx. 50 years old and a woman were fighting at the Walmart.

Unknown on injuries. The incident is being investigated by the RPD. RPD has yet to release any information. No other information at this time.

 





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Rockford Scanner™: Sources Reporting 2 Scenes: Vehicle Plows Through A Crowd, Large Disorderly Group



 

 

RS sources are reporting the following:

  1. “Police present on Lori dr in Rockford, A large crowd was in street yelling, police still have road blocked and are walking up and down the block.”
  2. “Hi a few minutes before 9 pm tonight I witnessed at least 2 people that were ran over by a car. There was at least 30 people up my block In a huge crowd fighting and a car just plowed right into people I saw one person get hit from the back of the car and they kept going a ran them over with both driver side tires then ran them over again when the were leaving the scene. It was the worst thing I have ever seen and I am still upset I called 911 asap then I went in my house so I dont know what happened to any of the people that were hit. This happened in Beloit on Dewy ave”

 







Rockford Scanner™: Servicom Shuts Down 2 Locations, Doesn’t Even Give Their Employees Notice. Many Employees Mad



UPDATE from Servicom: Final Pay Notification
As a necessary practice to ensure the accuracy of final paychecks, we will need to process the final payroll on Tuesday, 10/09/2018, for those whose last day was 9/29/18. Employees with direct deposit could begin to see their direct deposits as early as Tuesday afternoon; but certainly no later than Wednesday. Live checks will be mailed directly to the address of record. Therefore, to ensure timely receipt of your live checks, please provide HR with any recent address changes only by end of day Friday, October 5th.
There will be no live checks received on site in the call centers. Checks will be mailed from the CT office directly to the employees. Please know we are working as quickly as possible to get each of you the final complete and accurate pay.
If you are currently assigned to an active program and/or confirmed for an upcoming training class, the above will not apply to you. You will receive your pay through the usual payroll cycle and timing.
For any questions, please refer them to HR@servicom-llc.com


 
SEE IT, SNAP IT, SEND IT
Sources reporting Servicom shut down 2 locations in Rockford.
Numerous people out of work
Unknown why they shut down the locations at this time.
The business did not tell their employees.  Just up and closed down.
All these employees showed up to go to work, and realized Servicom shut their doors without giving their employees notice.
Video by Samara Cheyenne


Servicom posted this on social media:

“…We have fundamentally examined every part of our business and we will continue to actively consider all options that allow ServiCom to put maximum effort where we can succeed and operate profitably. As part of this process, our goals need to be focused on a select group of core businesses. Unfortunately, reaching that goal requires the tough decision to eliminate jobs, which means losing colleagues and parting with friends and co-workers. The decision was difficult and we are sure it will impact many of them in the days to come and we wish them the best in their future endeavors.”