Sources reporting another armed robbery just happened in Rockford.
The armed robbery happened in the area of the 200 block of 12th st
Suspect is described as a black male with a black hoodie, bleach stained blue Jean’s , red shoes and a gun
Around midnight, several emergency personnel were responding to a rollover accident with injuries, and extrication is being requested.
On Thursday 10/18/18 at 5:34 pm Officers from the Rockford Police Department responded to an armed robbery to a citizen near the intersection of 9th St. and Reed Ave.
Several sources were reporting a lot of police working a scene at the Walmart on Walton in Rockford.
Sources reporting a home invasion in Rockford.
Sources reporting a shooting victim in Rockford.
Around 4:40 pm today several emergency personnel were responding to a water rescue in the Rock River.
The Janesville Police Department Street Crimes Unit working in cooperation with the Youth2Youth 4 Change program conducted compliance checks at businesses’ selling tobacco products within the City of Janesville.
The purposes of the checks is to determine customers are properly identified prior to the sale of tobacco products. 52 businesses were inspected, and 5 citations were issued for violation of 5.24.020, sale of tobacco to minor.
Violations were documented at the following locations:
600 W. Milwaukee St, 5 Points Grocery
2622 E Milwaukee, Smokers World
2811 Milton Ave, Xtreme Smoke
3359 Milton Ave, Kwik Trip
1951 Center Ave, BP
The following businesses were found to be compliant:
3123 S Hwy 51, Kwik Trip
1401 W Court St, J&R Liquor
1820 W Court, Family Dollar
1822 W Court, Xtreme Smoke
1933 W Court, Walgreens
2200 W Court St # 110, Dollar General
2518 W Court, Kwik Trip
2601 W Court, Casey’s General Store
2807 W Court, Cork and Bottle
2019 Center Ave, Dollar General
1905 Center Ave, Xtreme Smoke
1820 Center Ave, Family Dollar
1740 Center Ave, Walgreens
1747 Center Ave, Clark
1542 Center Ave, Casey’s General Store
1507 Center Ave, Badger Spirits
1445 Center Ave, Exxon
714 Center Ave, Stop N Go
108 Center Ave, Roman’s
1002 S Jackson, Citgo
1840 Beloit Ave, BP
104 E Racine, Lions Quick Mart1514 E Racine, Grain and Grape
1604 E Racine, Stop N Go
951 N Washington, BP
1804 E Milwaukee, Stop N Go
1905 E Milwaukee, Exxon
1924 E Milwaukee, Liquor Cabinet
3515 E Milwaukee, Stop N Go
5 S Harmony, Family Dollar
3439 Mt Zion, Vineyard
254 E Memorial, Kwik Trip
1418 W Memorial, Cork and Bottle
650 Midland, BP
3222 Humes Rd, TA Express
2233 Humes Rd, Festival Foods
404 N Parker Dr, C itgo
1501 Creston Park, Schnucks
1215 Milton Ave, Mobil
1527 Milton Ave, Cigarette Depot
1717 Milton Ave, Walgreens
2615 Milton Ave, Lions Quick Mart
3420 Milton Ave, Exxon
3961 Milton Ave, Mulligans Gas Station
2819 N Lexington Dr, Woodman’s Grocery
2915 N Lexington Dr, Woodman’s Gas
3800 Deerfield, Walmart
2519 Kettering, Walgreens
Look up as Orionid meteor shower peaks this weekend!
(CNN)The night sky will showcase shooting stars this weekend, visible in all parts of the sky, around the world.
The Orionid meteor shower may not be the most spectacular of the year, but it delights in other ways. The Orionids appear each year between October 2 and November 7.
The peak occurs when the Earth passes through a debris stream left by the Comet Halley as we intersect it’s orbit each year at this time.
They radiate from the well-known Orion constellation, but you don’t have to look in the direction of the constellation to see them. In fact, you probably shouldn’t because those meteors will have short trails and be harder to see.
The best time to see this meteor shower, which could produce 10 to 20 meteors per hour during the peak window this weekend, is when the moon isn’t dominating the night sky. That’s because these meteors are more faint than the Perseid meteor shower.
On 10/20/18 starting around 8am expect traffic delays in the area of Roscoe Middle School for Jaimie Cox Memorial 5K Run/Walk.
See attached link for times and a map of the event.
Enjoy a 5K Jaimie’s way! Our nature based 5K will begin at Roscoe Middle School (RMS). The route proceeds west to the historic Stone Bridge Trail before turning north as you continue to pound the crushed limestone path. You will then head west onto Roscoe’s wooded recreation path that winds along the peaceful Kinnikinnick Creek. You will reach the halfway point, turn around and return to RMS.
*Please note that our course features a variety of running surfaces, including gravel.
Scholarship Application can be found HERE.
The 2017-2018 Scholarship Flyer can be found HERE.
The Loves Park Police Department will be participating in the 2018 Red Ribbon Program Drug Prevention & Wellness fun fair. This event is free to the community and will be hosted at Boylan Catholic High School, this Saturday 10/20/2018, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Red Ribbon Drug Prevention and Wellness fun fair is designed to present healthy lifestyle messages to our youth.There will be exhibits from local business, churches, and civil organizations. As well as stage entertainment, food, and games. If you aren’t busy, stop on by to see us!
Around 9 pm tonight, several emergency personnel were responding to a rollover accident with injuries in Rockford.
It happened near W State and Springfield.
A vehicle has rolled over during the accident. Extrication was initially dispatched, but once units arrived on scene they canceled the extrication.
Injuries were reported, but it is not yet known on the severity of the injuries
Sources reporting a home invasion in Rockford.
The North Park Fire Protection District has added a rescue tax to the upcoming ballot. If passed, the additional dollars would help support equipment maintenance and provide volunteers with on-call pay.
Despite what many think – we receive our funding only from property taxes from residents, billing of non-residents, through the Illinois Tollway billing contract and a relatively small amount comes from the state in the form of Foreign Fire Tax (projected at $44,400 for this fiscal year).
We receive no funds from the county’s public safety tax, from sales tax in any of the areas we serve, etc.
And in no way, shape or form is our referendum a veiled attempt to provide a fire district tax funded ambulance service.
Our ambulance service will continue to remain provided by a private contractor at no cost to taxpayers unless utilized, which will result in direct billing for their services.
Voting yes on our referendum would allow us to continue to be able to insure we have top notch equipment and vehicles, pay our volunteers as true paid on call firefighters and save for future large capital expenses.
Rollover With Extrication Needed in Rockford