Around 11:54 pm tonight several officers were dispatched to the gas station on Linden rd and Alpine.
Scanner traffic is saying a male pulled a gun on a female at this intersection. The female is hysterical, so the call taker is not able to get much information.
The suspect was last seen southbound on Alpine. The vehicle is a gray truck with the word “RAM” on the front. White male wearing a hoody, armed with a gun.
UPDATE: After police investigated, they believe the female had called 911 and made a false claim. They said that she was trying to get her boyfriend in trouble again. Officers are thinking about arresting her for misuse of the 911 and maybe more, via scanner traffic.
Statement from the Harlem School District
UPDATE via RS fans: It was at Machesney Elementary School.
It was Machesney Elementary school, Looked like an older Ford pickup crashed into the southeast corner of the building
We did not hear the location, but several emergency personnel were on scene of an accident.
A vehicle has crashed into a building in Machesney park. Unknown on injuries. North park Fire Department said the occupant(s) had self extricated from the vehicle.
The vehicle crashed into the B side of the building.
Once we hear the location, we will update it.
This afternoon a garbage truck crashed into a power pole near Newburg and Warren. The accident caused a small power outage in the area. Crews are working to restore power. Unknown on injuries. The cause of the accident is under investigation.
On September 5, 2016 officers responded to the Auburn St. Bridge for a report of a truck driving into the Rock River. Upon arrival officers located a grey pickup truck 3/4 into the Rock River at the Auburn St. Bridge on the east river bank. A 65 year old white male driver was located and transported to a Rockford area hospital for treatment of minor injuries. The vehicle appeared to have been traveling south bound on N. 2nd St. and drove off the roadway when trying to maneuver through the off ramp to the east bound lanes of Spring Creek Road. Alcohol use is being investigated at time as a possible contributor to this incident. No charges have been filed
Rockford Scanner Fan: “My father in law was cut off by the truck that went in the river. He saw him cut left then right then he ended up on the path then the river. He jumped out to help him but had to wait till crews arrived obviously lol he said he though the guy was drunk…..ugh hope not people could of been hurt!”
Around 2:33 pm today several emergency personnel were dispatched to the Auburn st bridge. Scanner traffic is saying a truck went over the rails of the bridge. The truck is in the river. On the east side of the river. The truck is occupied. Several emergency personnel are en route
UPDATE: Everyone was able to get out of the truck. The truck is right on the river and bank area. In the Sinnissippi park area. Medical is on scene, unknown on injuries. Still developing.