Strong Arm Robbery & Assault on Redwood Avenue
Grants Pass police responded to a report of a man yelling for help in the area of the 1900 block of Redwood Ave. Patrol Officers located the victim at his home and learned that he had been
Kay-Fenn Sentenced to 20 Months
Monday Judge Pat Wolke sentenced Brenda Colleen Kay-Fenn, 47, to 20 months in the Oregon Department of Corrections after she pled guilty to two counts first degree theft.
Trail Man Gets 70 Months for 2nd Degree Assault; Attempted Murder Charge Dropped
Seth Abram Gilbert, 36, of Trail, was sentenced Monday to 70 months in the Oregon Department of Corrections for shooting into a vehicle and wounding two brothers while in a methamphetamine induced state last February
Ex-Fed-Ex Employee Sentenced to 41 Months in Federal Penitentiary
U.S. District Judge Owen Panner Sentenced Victor Manuel Chavez, 40, of Medford to 41 months in Federal Prison after Chavez pled guilty to theft from interstate shipment and money laundering
Council Thumbs-Up to Consider Redevelopment Agency
The Grants Pass City Council gave staff a thumbs-up to create a an advisory committee to consider a redevelopment agency and structure the resolutions to institute an agency.
City Experiencing Numerous Thefts from Vehicles
The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety has received numerous calls regarding property being stolen out of both locked and unlocked vehicles. The thefts are occurring not only at business parking lots, but also to vehicles parked in front of residences. They occur during the night and in broad daylight. These thefts have happened to victims who leave their cars unlocked, those who lock their cars and access is gained through breaking windows, and vehicles with their windows rolled down.
Medford Man Arrested after Burglarizing Home
Ryan Smythers, 27, of Medford was arrested in a Medford Fred Meyer store and jailed last night after an alert citizen observed him riffling through a purse while skate boarding, and then tossing the purse aside.
Medford Loosens Restrictions on Campaign Signs
The city of Medford has loosened its restrictions on campaign signs. The city previously allowed only two campaign signs on front lawns and other areas. The new ordinance removes the limit.
Gold Dredging the Rogue May Become a Thing of the Past
The recent discovery of elevated levels of mercury in the Rogue Riverís pikeminnow has created a reluctance among state water managers to allow general dredging in salmon habitat where levels of toxins eclipse federal Clean Water Act Standards.
I.V. Airport Board Meeting Tonight
There will be a regularly-scheduled meeting of the Illinois Valley Airport Advisory Board tonight at 5:30 PM at the Smokejumper Museum located on the field at 30904 Redwood Highway
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