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GP Police Snared Impaired Woman for Causing Ruckus near Downtown Safeway

Grants Pass Police arrested a well-known criminal offender yesterday for causing a ruckus in the downtown area while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

According to the Police Department, officers responded to reports of a violent woman involved in a disturbance near the Safeway store on SE 7th Street at about 12:45 p.m. Thursday.

Police said 33-year-old Morgan Delin Weber was reported to be in the roadway while acting violent and yelling at passing motorists. They said she was harassing Safeway customers and she threw a beer in the street when contacted by officers. While being placed into custody, she tried to twist away and kicked at them.

Weber was quickly subdued, handcuffed and placed into a patrol vehicle for the trip to the Josephine County Jail where she was booked for Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct and Offensive Littering. She was also charged with Parole Violation and was being held without bail. She was trespassed from Safeway.
Posted on 1/26/24 11:26AM by Sam Marsh