Sexual abuser sent to prison
A man who sexually abused a 10-year-old male relative was sentenced to 75 months prison time today by Judge Thomas Hull.
Judge Hull sends butcher knife stabber to prison
Judge Thomas Hull sentenced a man who used a butcher knife to stab another man to 70 months prison time today.
Grants Pass man sent to prison for critically injuring his 2-year-old stepson
A child abuser who critically injured a young boy was sentenced today by Judge Thomas Hull to 90 months in state prison.
Police Ask for Help in Locating Ashland Woman
The Ashland Police Department is asking for the publicís help in locating Sara Jennings, a 46-year-old white female, described as being 5í1Ē tall, while weighing about 105 pounds. She is believed to be driving a silver, 4-door Toyota Camry with Oregon license plate 190DSE
Burglar Suspect Chased Down by Homeowner; Jailed!
Joseph Edward Bean, 29, is in the Jackson County Jail on charges of 1st and 2nd degree burglary, 3rd degree theft and possession of heroin with bail set at $50,000.
Humans are the Suspected Cause in Experiment Station Fire
A vacant Oregon State University experiment station in southwest Medford was destroyed by a suspicious fire late Wednesday morning. Neighbors say some young people were seen hanging around the abandoned building early Wednesday.
OSP search for man wanted for Cave Junction homicide
The Oregon State Police are asking for the publicís help to locate a Josephine County resident who is wanted for murder in connection with a 2013 homicide in Cave Junction.
Medford P.D. Asks for Public Help in Locating Burglary Suspect
Police have identified a suspect from a June 23rd burglary and are seeking the publicís help in locating 31-year-old Richard Myers. Myers is described as 6í tall, about 180 pounds with brown hair and eyes.
City Council Passes Two Ordinances & Adjourns in 40 Minutes
The Grants Pass City Council passed two ordinances in their Wednesday night meeting and then adjourned in 40 minutes to reconvene in executive session.
Commissioners Approve Salary Table Adjustment & Okay Public Works Upgrade
The Josephine County Commissioners approved a salary table adjustment for non-union county employees that reduces the 12 steps system to 9 steps to bring the county more in line with most other counties in the state.
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