CHICAGO (CBS)–Rockford shooting suspect Floyd E. Brown has a lengthy record stretching back at least to 1997, according to court and prison records.

Floyd Brown, 39, was identified as the gunman who shot a sheriff’s deputy serving an arrest warrant at a Rockford hotel on March 7, 2019. (Source: Illinois Department of Corrections)

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His records with the Illinois Department of Corrections show he was paroled in January 2018 from a 13-year sentence for nine charges of residential burglary. That sentence followed a 2 ½ year sentence in 2005 for one count of unlawful restraint and violation of an order of protection; and an 8-year sentence on a 2001 charge of felony possession of a firearm. It’s unclear how much time he served in each of those sentences.

Brown’s infractions with the law range from aggravated and domestic battery to harassment and vehicular invasion.

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Thursday’s shooting at the Extended Stay hotel in Rockford wasn’t Brown’s first violent incident involving law enforcement. In 2000, he pleaded guilty to aggravated battery of a peace officer.

Agents with the U.S. Marshal Fugitive Task Force arrived at the hotel Thursday to serve him with warrants out of three Illinois counties, in addition to a warrant for a parole violation out of the Illinois Department of Corrections.

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The following is a list of Brown’s infractions with the law:

  • 2018 – Disorderly Conduct – pending
  • 2018 – Order of protection filed
  • 2010 – Vehicular invasion/ domestic battery/unlawful restraint/ endangering the life of a child – pleaded guilty to misdemeanor  and served one day in prison
  • 2009 – Felony criminal damage to property/ domestic battery – dismissed
  • 2007 – Misd. Agg. Battery – pleaded guilty — $750
  • 2006 – Telephone harassment – dismissed
  • 2006 – Three orders of protection filed
  • 2004 – Domestic Battery – pleaded guilty and served three weeks in prison
  • 2001 – Reckless discharge of a firearm/ UUW – found guilty and served 75 days in prison
  • 2000 – Aggravated battery of a peace officer – pleaded guilty and served 75 days in prison
  • 1998 – Domestic Battery – guilty plea—served 45 days in prison
  • 1997 – Domestic Battery – guilty plea
  • 1997 – Aggravated assault/ domestic battery/ obstructing a peace officer-pleaded guilty