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Used or expired prescriptions should never be flushed or poured down the drain. Join us for Drug Take Back Day on Saturd...
10/15/2020
Drug Take Back | Dose of Reality WI

Used or expired prescriptions should never be flushed or poured down the drain. Join us for Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, October 24th to dispose of your prescription painkillers from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the lobby of the police department.
https://doseofrealitywi.gov/drug-takeback/

Drug Take Back Day is October 24, 2020 HOW & WHERE TO DISPOSE OF UNWANTED PRESCRIPTION PAINKILLERS AND OTHER DRUGS Never flush or drain! Unused or expired

Town of Beloit Police Department responded to a burglary/theft/criminal damage that occurred between 2350 hours on 10/12...
10/13/2020

Town of Beloit Police Department responded to a burglary/theft/criminal damage that occurred between 2350 hours on 10/12/20 and 1240 hours on 10/13/20 at a local laundromat. We are attempting to identify the suspect and vehicle. The suspect is possibly a M/W, wearing a grey hoodie, black mask with white design on it, green pants, and black Nike shoes. He was carrying a white duffel bag which likely had tools in it. The suspect drives what appears to be a red/maroon/burgundy Toyota Camry older model four door (late 1990's/early 2000's). If you have any information regarding this suspect or the vehicle he was driving, please contact Rock County Dispatch at (608) 757-2244 reference incident TB2007812.

****OWNER AND DOG REUNITED**** This young man wandered up to a house in the 900 block of E. Eddy near Park Ave today aro...
10/10/2020

****OWNER AND DOG REUNITED**** This young man wandered up to a house in the 900 block of E. Eddy near Park Ave today around 430 pm. The handsome fellow still has his collar and leash attached to him. Please help this grey colored Pit mix find his way home.

The Town of Beloit Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying a suspect in fraud complaint t...
10/06/2020

The Town of Beloit Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying a suspect in fraud complaint that occurred today at about 11:30 AM Casey's General Store, 1871 Inman Pkwy. The suspect is a middle-aged white male who may have been associated with a dark-colored SUV. The suspect passed a counterfeit $100.00 bill. This request is in reference to case # TB2007677. Please contact Rock County 911 Communications at 608-757-2244 with any information.

The Town of Beloit Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in identifying suspects and vehicles involved...
10/03/2020

The Town of Beloit Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in identifying suspects and vehicles involved in a theft complaint (case # TB2007583) on the early morning hours of 10/01/20. Two vehicles were involved in the theft of a trailer from a business in the 1600 block of Gale Dr. The trailer is a 16 foot, gray-colored, enclosed trailer.

There are two suspect vehicles. The first is a white van that was used to tow the trailer from the scene. The second is a pickup truck with a light bar on top. Also, the truck has two white-colored crew cab doors that do not match the color of the truck.

Anyone with information should contact the Rock County 911 Communications Center at 608-757-2244.

09/26/2020
09/26/2020
Press release on early morning fatal vehicle crash
09/19/2020

Press release on early morning fatal vehicle crash

Dogs have been returned to owners.
09/18/2020

Dogs have been returned to owners.

Found in the area of St Lawrence and Masters. Have been transported to the Rock County Humane Society.
09/18/2020

Found in the area of St Lawrence and Masters. Have been transported to the Rock County Humane Society.

We would like to thank Representative Amy Loudenbeck for her support and the  kind gesture. (By the way it was delicious...
09/11/2020

We would like to thank Representative Amy Loudenbeck for her support and the kind gesture. (By the way it was delicious!)

APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 10-07-20Police OfficerTown of Beloit Police DepartmentBeloit, WIReason for Ann...
09/08/2020

APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 10-07-20

Police Officer
Town of Beloit Police Department
Beloit, WI
Reason for Announcement: Fill Vacancy for Part-time and Establish Eligibility List for full time positions, pending final budget approval.

Responsibilities:
Perform all essential tasks of a Law Enforcement Officer.
Salary: $23.70 per hour
Salary dependent on qualifications

Benefits: Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 10; Clothing allowance; Deferred compensation; Vacation

Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 18; Driver license; Good driving record; Good physical condition; Eligibility for Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board Certification; High school diploma; 60 college credits; Associate degree - preferred; Ability to possess a firearm; No felony convictions; No domestic abuse convictions; Vision correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and written communication skills; React quickly and effectively to stressful situations; Able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays; Knowledge and skills in operating computer systems; Clear and concise speech; Ability to handle several tasks simultaneously; Ability to perform essential functions of this position; Ability to use all standard law enforcement equipment

Apply By: 3:00 PM, 10/07/2020
Submit: DJ-LE-330, Resume

Contact: Administrative Assistant Lori Quinn
Town of Beloit Police Department
1133 E Inman Parkway
Beloit, WI 53511
Phone: (608) 364-2984 Ext. 14
Fax: (608) 313-0450
Email: [email protected]

Notes: Written exam; Oral interviews; Psychological profile; Medical examination; Vision examination; Drug screening; Background investigation; Must be certifiable or be currently enrolled in the Police Academy.

As students across the area return to school, please slow down, be aware, and drive safely! •  Plan ahead and give yours...
09/04/2020

As students across the area return to school, please slow down, be aware, and drive safely!

• Plan ahead and give yourself a little extra time to safely reach your destination.
• Be sure to obey the school zone speed limits and avoid distractions, such as cell phones. Students at Townview Elementary will be having lunch outside from 11:10 to 11:45, as weather permits, and officers will be out enforcing the school zone speed limits.
• Buses will be back on the road and will be making stops at designated locations. Please obey all school bus signs and never pass a stopped school bus.

09/03/2020
City of Beloit Police Department

City of Beloit Police Department

Several Rock County law enforcement agencies are joining law enforcement agencies across Wisconsin during the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign through Labor Day. The City of Beloit Police Department, Janesville Police Department, the Town of Beloit Police Department, and the Rock County Sheriff's Office are participating in this high-visibility enforcement to dissuade motorists from driving while impaired.

“About every three hours in Wisconsin, someone is injured or killed in an alcohol-related crash,” City of Beloit Police Sgt. Eric Rohrer said. “This is not about stopping or arresting motorists. This is about saving lives and preventing needless tragedies by encouraging drivers to be safe and responsible.”

Last year in Wisconsin, there were 6,058 alcohol-related crashes that injured 2,918 people and resulted in 140 deaths (about one-quarter of all traffic fatalities). While alcohol-impaired drivers remain a concern, a growing problem involves drug-impaired drivers - people whose ability to safely operate a motor vehicle is compromised by legal or illegal drugs including prescription and over-the-counter medications. To help combat impaired driving, Wisconsin has:

• 5,223 police officers trained in Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) to help detect and remove impaired drivers from the roadways;

• 310 highly-trained Drug Recognition Experts - among the most in the nation;

• 23 multi-jurisdictional high-visibility enforcement task forces operating throughout the year, across the state.

Community members can help in several ways:

✅ If you plan to celebrate, identify a sober designated driver or find a safe alternative way home. Never allow someone to get behind the wheel impaired.

✅Protect yourself and your passengers every time you travel. Ensure everyone is buckled up. Watch your speed and eliminate distractions.

✅If you suspect a driver is impaired, call 911. Provide as much detail as possible on the driver, vehicle and location.

✅Download the free “Drive Sober” mobile app from the WisDOT website. The app includes a “find a ride” feature to help locate mass transit and taxi services;

✅Some taverns and restaurants have programs to provide patrons a safe ride home.

“Drivers impaired by alcohol or other drugs risk the safety of everyone along our roadways,” Rohrer said. “During the Drive Sober campaign and throughout the year, our goal is to help ensure all travelers reach their destinations safely.”

This is Sookie, a 4 year old female Golden Retriever mix. She is missing from the area of the 600 block of E. Cranston R...
08/23/2020

This is Sookie, a 4 year old female Golden Retriever mix. She is missing from the area of the 600 block of E. Cranston Rd. She may have been picked up by a good Samaritan after having gotten loose on 08/22/20. If you have Sookie or know where she is, please contact the Town of Beloit Police Department at (608) 757-2244. This is reference incident number TB2006543

Town of Beloit PD is investigating two thefts from businesses near Townline Rd. and Walters Rd.  The suspect in the phot...
08/13/2020

Town of Beloit PD is investigating two thefts from businesses near Townline Rd. and Walters Rd. The suspect in the photographs is possibly involved in both incidents. One incident involved the theft of construction materials. The other incident was the theft of a work truck with 'Alliant' markings. The truck is a 2006 GMC Sierra K2500 HD Pickup truck with WI license plate number XC88279. There was also white fuel tank in the bed of the truck.

The suspect appears to be a white male, approximately 6' tall with a medium build.

Please contact Rock County Communications dispatch at 608-757-2244 with any information.

Town of Beloit Police has taken several suspicious person and vandalism complaints in the area of E. Valley Rd in the To...
07/23/2020

Town of Beloit Police has taken several suspicious person and vandalism complaints in the area of E. Valley Rd in the Town of Beloit. On 07/21/20 at about 2117 hours, residential security cameras caught a video of a subject prowling in the area of E. Valley Rd. in the Town of Beloit. Below is a still image of this subject. If anyone knows who this person is, please contact our department on this page or by calling the non-emergency number of 608-757-2244 reference case # TB2005627.

07/16/2020

On On 07/14/20, at approximately 4:00 p.m. two male subjects in a silver pickup truck pulled into the driveway in the 2300 block of S. Nye School Road stating they were there to trim trees for a company contracted by Alliant Energy so new utility poles could be installed. The homeowners were speaking with these subjects outside for a short time then returned to their residence. One male subject was described as darker complexion, wearing a blue uniform, about 5'8". The other male was described as Caucasian, wearing khaki pants and a brown shirt, about 5'10". It is believed that someone entered the couple's residence and stole items when the victims were distracted by the two male subjects. If you observe or have observed any suspicious activity similar to this incident, please contact Rock County Communications at (608) 757-2244 reference Town of Beloit Police Department incident # TB2005432

07/08/2020
Town of Beloit Police Department

We have received a couple complaints of thefts from unlocked vehicles in Garden Village, which we believe is related to the below incident. This is just a friendly reminder to lock your vehicles. If vehicles are left unlocked, make sure to remove your belongings from your vehicles.

On July 8 at approximately 0300 hours, officers responded to a report of suspicious persons attempting to enter vehicles in the 700 block of Lilac. When the officers arrived to the area, a silver Toyota Prius and a gray minivan, unknown make or model, fled from the area at a high rate of speed. A short pursuit ensued, but vehicles failed to stop. The area was checked, but no signs of vehicle break ins or other suspicious activity were located. If anyone has any information regarding this incident, please call the non-emergency number, (608) 757-2244, reference case #TB2005207.

07/08/2020

On July 8 at approximately 0300 hours, officers responded to a report of suspicious persons attempting to enter vehicles in the 700 block of Lilac. When the officers arrived to the area, a silver Toyota Prius and a gray minivan, unknown make or model, fled from the area at a high rate of speed. A short pursuit ensued, but vehicles failed to stop. The area was checked, but no signs of vehicle break ins or other suspicious activity were located. If anyone has any information regarding this incident, please call the non-emergency number, (608) 757-2244, reference case #TB2005207.

UPDATE: The vehicle involved in this incident has been located. Thank you for your assistance in locating it.
07/07/2020

UPDATE: The vehicle involved in this incident has been located. Thank you for your assistance in locating it.

This vehicle was involved in an illegal dumping complaint in the 3100 block of Spring Creek Road around 4:00 p.m. on 07/06/20. The suspect is described as a bald male white. The suspect vehicle is an older model Dodge 4x4 truck and is either black or dark blue in color with no license plates at the time of the illegal dumping. We are asking if the public to help identify this subject. Please contact dispatch at 608-757-2244 if you have any information.

This vehicle was involved in an illegal dumping complaint in the 3100 block of Spring Creek Road around 4:00 p.m. on 07/...
07/07/2020

This vehicle was involved in an illegal dumping complaint in the 3100 block of Spring Creek Road around 4:00 p.m. on 07/06/20. The suspect is described as a bald male white. The suspect vehicle is an older model Dodge 4x4 truck and is either black or dark blue in color with no license plates at the time of the illegal dumping. We are asking if the public to help identify this subject. Please contact dispatch at 608-757-2244 if you have any information.

06/30/2020

On 06/28/20, a visitor reported an iPad lost in the area of 2777 Brosteun Rd., Double B Farm Country Store and Cafe. the iPad is dark gray and had a white iPencil with it inside a black case. The reporting person's name is engraved on iPad and the iPencil. The business owner has been contacted. If located please contact dispatch at 608-757-2244.

06/19/2020

**Owner located**

Found Dogs:

Officers located two dogs running in traffic this morning near Briar and Cross. Both dogs are pitbull mix type dogs. One is white and the other is brown. They are currently being held at TBPD but will be transferred to Humane later this morning if an owner cannot be located. Please contact non-emergency dispatch at (608) 757-2244.

06/17/2020

**Owner located**

Found Dog:

TBPD located a large male Husky in the 2300 block of Dewey Avenue (between Cranston/Elmwood). The dog had injuries consistent with possibly being struck by a vehicle. The Husky is in stable condition and being treated at a local veterinary hospital. If you are missing a dog or know who the dog may belong to, please contact non-emergency dispatch at (608) 757-2244. Thank you.

06/15/2020

Good morning Town of Beloit!

Tonight during third shift, one of our Officers conducted a traffic stop. During the course of that stop the young driver became nervous with regard to recent national events in the media spotlight. The driver called a family member, who also arrived on scene. Upon arrival, the family member was initially upset with the Officer, but eventually good communication between all helped alleviate any concerns.

I want to take this moment to assure our residents and visitors that this agency strives to have open communication, a safe environment, and build trust with our community. Rest assured we take our values of Integrity, Loyalty, Respect, Professionalism, and Commitment seriously.

If anyone has questions about our agency, feel free to ask by stopping by our PD, or calling our non-emergency number of 608-757-2244. We welcome getting to know our community better and opening up lines of communication. -Sgt. C.

These two dogs were found near the intersection of Park Ave and Elmwood Ave at 3pm on 06/14/20. If you are, or know, the...
06/14/2020

These two dogs were found near the intersection of Park Ave and Elmwood Ave at 3pm on 06/14/20. If you are, or know, their owner, please contact the Town of Beloit Police Department at (608) 757-2244. The dogs will be at the PD for a short time and then will be transported to the Rock County Humane Society in Janesville.

06/13/2020

Good evening Town of Beloit residents and visitors. I wanted to pass along a huge Thank You to the citizens that helped us out recently.

On Monday, 06/08/20 at about 2225 hours Officers were dispatched to the area of Park and Henderson for a Hit and Run. Officers arrived and were able to gather detailed information from several citizens that witnessed the crash and followed the suspect to a nearby gas station. Thanks to those citizens' eyewitness accounts, we were able to locate the suspect vehicle. With our communities help, we become so much more effective, and this is an excellent example of that relationship! -Sgt. C

06/08/2020

Good evening Town of Beloit residents and visitors. I wanted to express my gratitude to the family that sent our department a card and flowers recently. The card expressed their concern over our members in these difficult times. It felt very good to see that card and those flowers, knowing our community is thinking of us, just as we think about each of you. Sgt. C

06/08/2020
City of Beloit Police Department

City of Beloit Police Department

The City of Beloit Police Department is investigating a double shooting that occurred on Burton Street near Madison Road around 7:20 p.m. tonight. Both victims, a 38-year-old Beloit male and a 30-year-old Beloit male, received non-life threatening injuries.

If you have information about this shooting, please give us a call or submit an anonymous tip online at https://www.p3tips.com/tipform.aspx?ID=482.

We will share more information as we are able.

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