Grants Pass Transient Jailed on Mental Hold after Reporting for Court Hearing in Military Garb
Bryan Robert Thompson, 35, a Grants Pass transient, is being held in the county jail on a mental health warrant and a 2nd degree disorderly conduct charge after reporting for a hearing at the county courthouse wearing camouflage clothing, a black mask and carrying two large black bags.
Fire Danger Drops to High in Wild and Scenic Section of Rogue River
Shorter days, cooler temperatures and some rain have combined to reduce wildfire danger in the Wild and Scenic Section of the Rogue River. The Oregon Department of Forestry protects the segment of the river corridor between Grave Creek and Marial, and will lower the fire danger in this region to “high” or yellow tonight at 12:01 a.m.
Grants Pass Residents Indicted for Mail Theft and Bank Fraud
Gregory Brooks 49, and Michelle Lustig, 44, of Grants Pass, have been indicted by a federal grand jury charging them with conspiracy to commit mail theft and bank fraud and committing aggravated identity theft.
Walden Addressed the U.S. House on Forestry Bill; Vote Likely Tomorrow
U.S. Representative Greg Walden today addressed the U.S. House during opening debate on a major forestry bill, the Restoring Healthy Forests for Healthy Communities Act.
Ford Explorer rolls in accident on Midland-UPDATE
A Ford Explorer rolled in a four-car collision just before 11:00 a.m. today at the intersection of Midland Avenue and 6th Street.
Jackson County Contemplates Non-Partisan Commission
The Jackson County Board of Commissioners is considering making Board positions non-partisan. A ballot measure passed by voters would be necessary for that to happen
Suspect with felony warrant alleged to have hurt police canine
Grants Pass Department of Public Safety officers arrested a suspect with multiple felony warrants in the Wal-Mart parking lot early Wednesday morning after he allegedly assaulted a police canine.
Fire restrictions eased on Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest
Fire restrictions have been eased on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest as a result of recent rainfall and cooler temperatures.
Council Accepts Republic Bid for Removal of Bio-Solids and Declined ODOT’s Jurisdictional Transfer of Portions of Williams Highway.
The Grants Pass City Council, although displeased with the way the bidding process was handled, did vote 7 to 1 to have the city’s bio-solids hauled to the Dry Creek Landfill in Jackson County by Republic Services at a cost of $40 per liquid ton pending successful negotiation of Republic’s franchise agreement with the city. Gary Penning of Dry Creek Landfill estimated there would be 30,000 tons annually.
Suspected Counterfeiter Arrested after Avoiding Law Enforcement for Almost 3 Weeks
At 9:15 this morning, a Medford Detective saw Ramonito Lloyd Salvador, 34, walking near his home at 11th and Lincoln and arrested him without incident on ten counts of first degree forgery.
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