Dixon, Illinois Police Department news
Dixon police Tuesday were investigating a call from a parent who was told that a Madison Elementary student threatened another student on a bus Monday, saying “hurt someone or I’m going to hurt you.”
Dixon, Lee County and Amboy all participated in the annual Shop with a Cop at Dixon's Walmart Saturday, Dec. 10, 2022.
A 13-year-old Dixon girl missing since Saturday was found Tuesday, police said in a news release issued around 3:30 p.m.
A 75-year-old Dixon man was in Lee County jail Wednesday, accused of sexually assaulting a girl younger than 18.
Dixon Police Department makes arrest on two counts of predatory criminal sexual assault and two counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault.
Six DPD members were recognized for their new roles.
Matthew Milby Jr. was sentenced Tuesday to 30 years in prison for bringing an Uzi to graduation practice and shooting at a teacher and the Dixon High school resource officer on May 16, 2018.
A Dixon man accused of setting an apartment on fire Thursday is in Lee County jail on $150,000 bond, charged with two counts of arson.
A 32-year-od Dixon man and Army veteran has died of injuries suffered Wednesday in a motorcycle crash.
A former Sterling man who is facing a felony weapons charge in Whiteside County also was charged Wednesday with threatening to kill two Reagan Middle School students over social media.
The family of a Dixon man who died Saturday of injuries suffered when he exited a moving car during a fight with the driver has set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for his funeral expenses.
A man who “exited” a moving vehicle during a fight with the impaired driver early Saturday died of his injuries, and the driver is in custody, Dixon police said in a news release.
A Dixon man is charged with five counts of possession of child pornography after images of children younger than 13 were found on his computer by the repair shop he took it to.
A Dixon man who police say threatened a teenage girl with a knife at the Riverfront is in jail on $100,000 bond, charged with two counts if aggravated battery.
A school threat involving weapons that was sent via social media Sunday night has resulted in the sender being charged with felony disorderly conduct and undergoing a mental health exam, police said.