Mattanah Judah Israel sent us the following video.
It happened earlier today near North Court and Grace
A school bus was letting a disabled child off of the school bus, when a vehicle went past the school bus. The police officer was nearby and went after the suspect. We been told they were ticketed, but not yet confirmed.
As you know, it is ILLEGAL to pass a school bus when the bus is getting students on or off the bus.
Victim is 70 year old Sharon Stoner of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Police arrested her son 46 year old Kent Stoner for 1st degree murder. Emergency personnel found this victim approx. 10 am, she had “Traumatic Injuries”. Police investigated and determined the suspect was her son and arrested him with 1st degree murder
A woman was found dead, the police are investigating this as a homicide.
Sources are reporting a scene behind the Machesney park Mall.
Reports of several emergency personnel on scene at the condos behind the Machesney Park Mall. Police crime scene tape is up.
It is not yet known what happened. A few said it was a possible shooting. But we can not yet confirm this. Avoid the area for awhile so emergency personnel can investigate the scene.
Many citizens on there are extremely fed up with the sheriff and the leaders for lying to the citizens that have been effected by the flooding, and still are. And have expressed their frustration with the sheriff and the leaderships.
It is with deep regret that the Boone County Sheriff’s Office announces the sudden passing of Detective Patrick Imrie, age 43. Detective Imrie worked for the Boone County Sheriff’s Office for the past 16 years; 6 years as a patrol deputy and 10 years as a detective. The members of the Boone County Sheriff’s Office offer our deepest condolences to the Imrie family. We ask that you keep the Imrie family and our law enforcement family in your thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.
The visitation and funeral arrangements are pending.
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One Vehicle Rollover Accident
ON November 29, 2018 AT 4:43 AM THE OGLE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE, LINSCOTT ROCK FIRE DEPARTMENT AND LINSCOTT ROCK AMBULANCE RESPONDED TO A ONE VEHICLE ROLLOVER ACCIDENT ON HOLCOMB ROAD AND ARMOUR ROAD.
A GREEN DODGE CARAVAN WAS TRAVELLING WESTBOUND ON HOLCOMB ROAD WHEN THE VEHICLE DROVE INTO THE NORTH DITCH STRIKING A CULVERT. THE VEHICLE THEN WENT AIRBORNE STRIKING A STOP SIGN AND THEN ROLLING OVER SEVERAL TIMES PRIOR TO COMING TO A STOP IN THE FIELD.
THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE HAD LEFT THE SCENE ON FOOT PRIOR TO EMERGENCY VEHICLES ARRIVING.
AFTER A FURTHER INVESTIGATION THE DRIVER KYLE D. SMITH AGE 27 OF BYRON WAS LOCATED AT 109 MAIN ST. HOLCOMB AT 7:24 AM. KYLE WAS UNINJURED FROM THE ACCIDENT AND WAS CITED FOR FAILURE TO REDUCE SPEED TO AVOID AN ACCIDENT, LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT, FAILURE TO REPORT AN ACCIDENT, AND NO VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE.
KYLE WAS GIVEN A JANUARY COURT DATE AND WILL APPEAR IN COURT AT THAT TIME.
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216 PM CST Fri Nov 23 2018
Including the cities of Rockford, Belvidere, Woodstock, Oregon,
Dixon, and DeKalb
216 PM CST Fri Nov 23 2018
…WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM SUNDAY MORNING THROUGH
* WHAT…Heavy snow possible. Total snow accumulations in excess
of 6 inches possible. Winds could gust as high as 35 mph.
* WHERE…Portions of north central and northeast Illinois.
* WHEN…From Sunday morning through Sunday evening.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…Travel could be very difficult. Snow
covered roads and significantly reduced visibility are possible.
A Winter Storm Watch means there is potential for significant
snow, sleet or ice accumulations that may impact travel. Continue
to monitor the latest forecasts.
Update from the NWS
Concerns center on a period of generally lighter rain this evening
into the overnight hours.
A broad upper trough extends through the nation’s heartland this
afternoon. High pressure to our east ahead of this system is
leading to a period of breezy southeast winds. The strongest
forcing and better moisture will pass by to our south, but the
trough axis will drive an area of rain through the area tonight.
We could start to see some spotter rain fall out of the mid to
higher cloud deck in the evening, though confidence is higher in
the more organized rain shield spreading through the area late
evening into the overnight hours. Some areas may see a few tenths
of an inch of rain.
The rain will taper to drizzle with some lingering low level
clouds into Saturday morning. Certainly some areas will clear out
behind the system, and with mild west southwest winds in place,
temperatures will again top out in the 40s northwest to the 50s
across Chicago and points south and east.
209 PM CST
Sunday through Friday…
Winter storm system will be the primary concern during the long
term forecast period. Several inches of accumulating snowfall
expected across portions of northern Illinois, though details in
precise placement and timing still remain in flux. From 24 hours
ago, guidance has had a pronounced southward shift in the surface
low track, bringing more favorable conditions for accumulating
snowfall farther south across the forecast area, including the
Chicago metro area. Upper wave that will be responsible for the
late weekend snow is still over the northern Pacific and may be
sampled by the 00Z RAOB network this evening, though more likely
sampled by the 12Z launch tomorrow. Guidance should hopefully have
a better handle on the details in the next 24 hours as a result.
What we know… Strong upper level disturbance over the northern
Pacific is progged to move over the Pacific Northwest this evening
and tonight and dig into the southern/central Great Plains early
on Sunday. Surface low will deepen in response lifting from
Missouri early Sunday morning across the Midwest Sunday evening.
Warm advection wing will overspread the region early in the day
Sunday allowing the column to saturate and for precipitation to
eventually reach the surface. P-type details will still have to be
worked out, but precip may start off as rainfall in some areas
before transitioning over to snow for the remainder of the event.
There will likely be a swath of heavy snow left of the surface low
track. Confidence is highest in accumulating snow over far north
and northwest Illinois and diminishes farther south.
Details that still need to be worked out… Surface low track is
the main area of uncertainty. While there has been a pronounced
southward shift from yesterday’s guidance, the latest suite of 12Z
guidance still has important inter-model differences that will
impact the location of heaviest snow. Meso-scale banding will be a
concern within the axis of heaviest snow. Guidance indicates a
corridor of strong f-gen which will help enhance snow totals for
some locations. In addition, lapse rates above 700/600mb remain
steep at times and could help to promote a deep vertical response
to forcing. SREF/GEFS plumes really highlight the uncertainty well
showing a broad range of no snow to over a foot of snowfall in
Bottom line… A winter storm appears likely somewhere across
eastern Iowa, northern Illinois, and southern Wisconsin, though
details in the placement of the heaviest snow remains low within
50- 100 miles. Rain/Snow line is favored to set up over the CWA,
but again confidence is low within 50-100 miles. Either way,
travel impacts Sunday are likely, and may potentially become
significant for some locations.
Monday through Thursday… Slow moving upper low over the Great
Lakes will keep the local area locked into a colder but primarily
dry pattern through most of the upcoming week. Surface ridge axis
will extend from the Canadian Prairies into the lower Mississippi
Valley Monday through Wednesday keeping us under colder northwest
flow. May have to keep an eye out for some lower amplitude
clippers that could bring some snow into the CWA or nearby, but
primarily expect dry weather to prevail. The ridge will gradually
shift east to the midwest Thursday. Another southwest low may
impact the region late in the week.
6 p.m. – City of Rockford Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony
6:15 p.m. – Sky Lights Fireworks Show
The parking lots and garages labeled in red are recommended parking lots for guests attending Stroll on State. Parking in downtown parking decks will be $5 per car. Surface lots are free of charge. On street parking is free and posted regulations apply.
The shuttle bus locations include:
Illinois Bank & Trust
4048 E. State St., Rockford, IL 61108
Heartland Community Church
1280 S. Alpine Rd., Rockford, IL 61108