Rockford Scanner®: RS fan Has Their Vehicle Stolen From A Local Gas Station






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UPDATE: The suspect used the vehicle in a bank robbery. Car has been found. FBI Has it now until investigation is done.


RS fan Ana Olvera said:

“So Tonight We Went To Get Snacks So We Could Watch A Movie With My Daughter. While In The Store This Guy And His Other Friend Decide To Break In And Take The Car. Help Us Get My Daughters Uncles Car Back.
At The Mobile On N.Main And Reynolds St.
Help Get The Real Criminals Like This Out The Streets.”









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Rockford Scanner™: Rockford Starbucks Is Scammed Out Of Thousands Of Dollars



 

Sources are reporting a Rockford Starbucks was scammed out of approx. $2,000.00 dollars last night.

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Rockford Scanner™: Burglary Suspect Arrested, Burglary 2 counts, Theft 2 counts, Fraudulent use of a credit card 5 counts

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Update: On 10-9-18 at 11:57 PM Beloit Police had contact with a subject matching the description in the photos released earlier and contacted the Janesville Police Department. The subject was identified as Jeffrey M. Taylor age 37 of Evansville. During the follow up investigation Taylor admitted to numerous crimes including the two in Janesville. Taylor was arrested and is currently at the Rock Co. Jail waiting an initial appearance in court.

Charges: 943.10(1)(a) – Burglary 2 counts
943.20(1)(a) – Theft 2 counts
943.41(5)(a) – Fraudulent use of a credit card 5 counts

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.

Original Message: The Janesville Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest in two reported burglaries on Janesville’s east side. In both cases the burglaries occurred during the night while the homeowners were asleep and entry to the homes was through unlocked doors. Wallets and purses were stolen. Shortly after the burglaries, stolen credit cards were used at Walmart. Even though these two incidents are three days apart, the suspect is wearing the same clothing. Residents are urged to lock all doors at night, keep exterior lights on, and call if they recognize this individual.

Anyone having information about this crime or any other crime is encouraged to contact:
-Janesville Police Department at 755-3100

 

 







Rockford Scanner™: Rockford Police Asking For The Public To Help Them Identify Suspects In A Recent Crime

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IDENTIFICATION HELP: Detectives from the Rockford Police Department are asking for the public’s assistance identifying two people following a theft last month. On July 30, 2018 officers responded to Golden Corral (995 S. Perryville Road) for an elderly woman whose purse had been taken.

The female suspect is described as a white female in her twenties with brown hair and a tattoo on her outer right ankle. Her companion, who is not considered a suspect, is described as a white male in his twenties with multiple arm tattoos.

Anyone with information should call Rockford Police at 815-966-2900 or Rockford Area Crime Stoppers at 815-963-7867.








Rockford Scanner™: Truck Stolen In Rockford, Reward If Found

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Sources reporting a truck has been stolen in Rockford. 

It happened in the 400 block of 18th ave in Rockford. 

The vehicle is a 2003 F-150 supercrew cab, no topper, maroon in color and the Plate # 2142729

They are offering a REWARD if you find it

Photo on our Facebook Page

 








Rockford Scanner™: Man Steals A Vehicle In Loves Park, Arrested In Rockford

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Rockford Scanner™: RS Fan Has Their Bag Stolen/Lost At Sinnissippi



 

 

Yasmin Esparza

Black leather camera bag lost/stolen at Sinnissippi. Cash reward if turned in with everything. Very very important to me.
I biked to sinnissippi on Sunday around 5PM. I remember stoping at the area on the image to rest, after passing most of the gardens to my right. I kept going up the rock river past the symbol and stopped at the new island. I was working on a land piece, and as soon as I go to take a pictures, MY CAMERA BAG IS GONE. With my camera, car keys, and some other personal stuff in it.

I am offering a cash reward if anyone turn it in, it’s of very sentimental value and would hate to lose it. I am a young artist who’s worked hard to even purchase it and it should go back to its rightful owner. Any information will help. Thank you.

yesparzamartinez@gmail.com

 








Rockford Scanner™: Caught On Camera: Package Stolen In Loves Park

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Tony Fritch: “Looking for this person he stole a package from our porch a minute after ups delivered! Happened in the area of Harlem and Forest Hills in Loves Park. We would appreciate any help we are getting married in a month and they are our white table clothes and burgundy runners. We believe the truck is a black or dark green Chevy silverado with chrome bed rails and a black push bar.”

 








Rockford Scanner™: Several Vehicles Broken Into At A Local Park



 

 

 

On 07/14/18 there were 5 reported burglary to motor vehicles during a sporting event at Swanson Park (5444 Swanson Rd).

In all 5 cases the windows were broken and purses were stolen from the vehicle.

Please remove valuables from inside your vehicle or keep them out of sight. Please report any suspicious activity.

 

 








Rockford Scanner™: Officer Hurt During An Arrest in Machesney Park

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On Friday July 6th, 2018, at 1:16 pm, Winnebago County Sheriff’s deputies assigned to the Village of Machesney Park, Il. Responded to the Target Store located at 9833 N Alpine Rd, in Machesney Park.

A call was received in regards to a Retail Theft in Progress from the store. A suspect description was broadcast to responding deputies. The initial responding Deputy located the suspect matching the description in the parking lot of the business and attempted to detain the suspect for further investigation.

The suspect resisted the deputy, broke free and began running through the parking lot to a vehicle in the lot. The suspect got into a vehicle and was actively fighting with the initial Deputy and responding back up Officer who had arrived to assist.

Officer deployed a Taser on the suspect but he continued to struggle with Deputies attempting remove the wire from the Taser. The suspect was able to start the vehicle at which time it began moving forward. Deputies continued struggling with the suspect and were eventually able to remove him from the vehicle to the ground.
The suspect was eventually taken into custody after a prolonged struggle.

The initial responding Deputy was transported to a local hospital by ambulance for treatment of injuries sustained in the arrest and was treated and released; the second Deputy was treated at a local clinic for injuries and released.

The suspect was transported via ambulance to a local hospital for injuries he received while fighting with Deputies and released from the hospital after treatment and lodged in the Winnebago County Jail.

The suspect was identified as Evan M. Christo M/H 21 years of age. Christo listed a home address in Rockford, Il.

Evan M Christo has been charged with:

Retail Theft

Aggravated Battery to a Peace Officer

Possession of a Hypodermic Needle

Resisting Arrest

(No Bond)

The charges against Christo are merely accusations and he is presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law,