Family Sues Police & Medford Shop over Son’s Death
The parents of Christoph “Karl” LaDue have filed suit in U.S. District Court for $5 million in damages for the death of their son, claiming excessive force was used by officers attempting to restrain LaDue who was in a state of drug-related agitated delirium. The suit also names Sky High Smoke N’ Accessories for allegedly providing Bizarro Incense that supposedly was a legal, smokable, aroma therapy. The suit also names Bizarro’s producer as a
Jackson County Farms Sue to End Ban on GMO Crops
Two Jackson County farms have filed suit asking the state court to end the county’s ban on genetically modified crops or force the county to pay them $4.2 million, the value of the crops they would have to destroy.
Grants Pass woman sentenced to 15 years in prison for causing fatal traffic crash
A Grants Pass woman was sentenced to 15 years in prison Tuesday in Jackson County Circuit Court for causing a car accident that killed two men.
Fehlhaber sent to prison for Junction Inn shooting
60-year-old Ronald Dale Fehlhaber was sentenced today by Judge Pat Wolke to 90 months in the Oregon Department of Corrections for a shooting at the Junction Inn that left the victim paralyzed.
Plea deal keeps man out of prison on sex abuse charges
A man pled guilty in Josephine County Circuit Court today to a single count of second-degree sexual abuse and the deal kept him out of prison.
City Council’s Light Wednesday Agenda Includes Public Hearing
The Grants Pass City Council has a relatively light agenda Wednesday night in Council Chambers at 101 Northwest “A” Street.
District Attorney Campbell Confirms Resignation
District Attorney Stephen Campbell has confirmed he notified Governor Kitzhaber of his resignation on November 10th to be effective February 28th of next year
Public Safety Director to be Sworn In Wednesday Evening; Public Invited
Chief Bill Landis will be officially sworn in as Director of Public Safety on Wednesday evening in City Council Chambers after serving almost a year as Interim Director.
O’Brien resident sentenced for injuring boy during drunk driving crash
An O’Brien resident pled guilty Friday in Jackson County Circuit Court to injuring a 2-year-old boy in a drunk driving crash in Gold Hill and he was sentenced to four years in prison.
Jackson County Sheriff’s Office to Investigate Officer Involved Shooting in Klamath County
The Jackson County Sheriff’s office has agreed to lead the investigation of an officer involved shooting in Klamath County that left one suspect dead and two others arrested. Officers from all three Klamath County Major Crime Team agencies were involved in the shooting.
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