Search Warrant 2 Suspects Arrested

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On 11/29/16 at approximately 5pm officers of the Janesville Police Department were dispatched to a disturbance at 1510 E Holmes St. On arrival the occupants of the home refused to answer the door. One officer observed a male he recognized to be Tyler E Clark through a window.

Clark was wanted by the Janesville Police regarding a vehicle pursuit that took place in August of this year. Clark also had numerous other warrants through the Beloit Police Department and Rock County Sherriff’s Office. A search warrant was drafted and signed by a judge authorizing the officers to enter the residence and take Clark into custody.

Clark was located hiding in an upstairs closet and taken into custody without incident. The adult resident of the home, Tamisha D Rainey, was the owner of the vehicle used in the August vehicle pursuit and was warned at that time that Clark was a wanted felon and that assisting him in avoiding arrest would constitute a criminal violation of harboring a felon.

Rainey was arrested for harboring a felon.

Both subjects were held at the Rock County Jail for court.

Arrested:
Tyler E Clark (25years old)
1614 Henry Av
Beloit WI




Charges:
Beloit Warrants:
Felony Child Abuse
10 traffic related charges

Rock County Warrants:
Operating While Intoxicated
Felony Bail Jumping
Felony Escape

Janesville Charges:
346.04 Knowingly Flee an Officer (Felony)

Arrested:
Tamisha D Rainey (31 Years old)
1510 E Holmes St

Charges:
946.47(1)(A) Harboring a Felon (Felony)

 

 




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Police Searching For Witnesses

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On 11-21-16 at approximately 6:00 a.m. the Janesville Police Department was dispatched to a Hit and Run Accident in the area of Beloit Avenue/Freedom Lane. The victim of the accident was riding his bicycle south on Beloit Avenue when he was struck by a pickup truck. The operator of the vehicle did not stop, and fled southbound on Beloit Avenue. The bicyclist suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and was transported to St. Mary’s Hospital.

The Janesville Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the driver of the pickup truck.

 




 

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Armed Robbery To A Liquor Store, Suspects Beat Victim

 




 

From our friends at Beloit Scanner:

Just before 6 pm tonight officers were dispatched to an armed robbery to a business. It happened in the 1500 block of Racine at Denny’s Grain & Grape Shop Liquor. The suspects are described as 2 young black males, 1 with a dark hoodie. 1 did have a gun and sounds like 1 person was hit in the head. They stole cash and a couple of bottles of liquor.




 



Janesville police Searching For Missing Man

 




 

 

Missing Person Reported – Jordan R. White

The Janesville Police Department is seeking information regarding the whereabouts of Jordan R. White. Jordan has not been seen or heard from by relatives or friends since November 8th. He was last seen leaving his house on a red mountain bike. He is a 23 year old white male, approximately 6 feet tall and weighing 195 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. Anyone who has been in recent contact with Jordan or has information about his location is encouraged to contact the Janesville Police Department at (608) 755-3100





 




Fatal Accident in Rock County

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UPDATE The victim has been identified as 37 year old Janesville resident Christopher Rabuck.


On November 10, 2016 at approximately 1:07 PM there was a traffic accident in Riverside Park located 2000 Riverside Drive. Michael Perry 71 struck a vehicle, a pedestrian, and a power pole. The pedestrian died at the scene.

Perry was transported to the hospital with minor injuries.

This incident is still under investigation and no other information about the accident is being released at this time.

The victim’s name is not being release, at this time, to allow for family notifications.

Arrested:

Michael A. Perry
Male 71 years old
618 Sunset Dr., Janesville, WI

Charges:

Death/Homicide by Intoxicated Use of a Motor Vehicle 940.09(1)(a)
Operating While Intoxicated 346.63(1)(a)/346.63(1)(b)

Pursuant to the directive of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, as found in Supreme Court Rule 20:3:6 Trial Publicity, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.


Janesville’s Riverside Park, 2000 Parkside Dr., will be closed for several hours while the police department investigates a traffic crash involving a pedestrian fatality. In addition, the crash involved a power pole causing blockage to park access. Janesville Police Department, Janesville Fire Department, Janesville Public Works, and Alliant Energy are on scene. The investigation is on going and no other details are available at this time.




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Tobacco Compliance Checks

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City of Janesville Tobacco Compliance Checks
On 10/10/2016 the Janesville Police Department Street Crimes Unit working in cooperation with the Rock County Youth 2 Youth program conducted compliance checks at businesses’ selling tobacco products within the City of Janesville.

The purposes of the checks were to check compliance at businesses’ that previously sold tobacco to minors during compliance checks on August 29, 2016 and to check businesses’ that were not open during the previous checks. 10 businesses’ were inspected, at which 2 violations were documented. The violators were issued city ordinance citations for violation of 5.24.020, sale of tobacco to child.

Violations were documented at the following locations:

1401 W Court St, J&R Liquor
1747 Center Ave, Clark

The following businesses were found to be compliant:

600 W. Milwaukee St, Campbell’s 5 Points Gas Station
108 Center Ave, Roman’s 66
1951 Center Ave, BP
2006 Center Ave, Gasland Wisconsin Citgo
3123 US 51, Kwik Trip
1002 S Jackson, Francois Citgo
1604 E Racine, Stop N Go
2822 E Milwaukee, Daniels Foods Sentry




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Man Arrested For 5th OWI & Making Threats Towards Officer








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OWI-5th Offense Arrest

On 09/24/16 at 9:05 P.M., an officer of the Janesville Police Department observed a vehicle violate a traffic control signal at the intersection of US Highway 51 and W. Delavan Dr. almost causing a collision. The officer later stopped the suspect vehicle near the intersection of Rockport Rd. and Linn St. The officer had contact with the driver, Edward A. Strzyzykowski, who smelled of the odor of intoxicants and displayed other signs of impairment by alcohol.

Strzyzykowski refused to perform standardized field sobriety tests and a preliminary breath test. Strzyzykowski was arrested for OWI-5th offense. A check of his driver’s license showed 4 prior convictions for alcohol related incidents and a revoked driving status.

Once in custody, Strzyzykowski became uncooperative and made threats to harm the arresting officer. He was transported directly to the Rock County Jail. At the jail, Strzyzykowski continued to be uncooperative and refused to provide a sample of his blood for evidentiary testing. A search warrant was drafted by the officer and the blood sample was eventually obtained. The results of the blood sample are currently pending.

Strzyzykowski remains at the Rock County Jail awaiting an initial court appearance.

Suspect
Edward A. Strzyzykowski M/W 55 years old 2130 S. Palm St. Janesville, WI

Charges
346.63(1)(A) OWI- 5th Offense
346.62(2) Reckless Driving- Endanger Safety
343.44(1)(B) Operating Motor Vehicle After Revocation
344.62(1) Operate Motor Vehicle without Insurance
940.203(2) Battery/Threats to Law Enforcement

Pursuant to the directive of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, as found in Supreme Court Rule 20:3:6 Trial Publicity, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

 







 

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Suspect Wanted in Multiple Gas Thefts

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Janesville Police Looking for Gas Thief
The Janesville Police Department is asking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect in multiple gas thefts in Janesville and Milton. The suspect is driving a newer Chevy Cruze, maroon in color. Although the vehicle has an Illinois plate, the investigation has shown that the plate was illegally obtained and does not register to the vehicle. Each time the suspect keeps his back to the camera.








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