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Arrests Made in High School Burglary

Police Arrest Douglas County SuspectEAGLE POINT, Ore. — Five people are facing charges for a major theft from Eagle Point High School.

On December 27th, police were called to the school to investigate the theft of several lap tops, iPads, big screen TV’s, and the school’s Chevy pickup and livestock trailer.

A week later, they found the pickup and stock trailer in the 3600 block of Butte Falls Highway, but no stolen property. Their investigation led them to a home at 584 Clearview Way in Eagle Point on Monday, where they found some the stolen items on Monday.

Several people living at that home were arrested, including Christian Douglas Cochran. He is facing aggravated theft, burglary, and theft by receiving charges, along with his father, Charles Douglas Cochran, who was already in the Jackson County Jail for charges in a different case.

Police say two juveniles related to the Cochrans are also facing multiple charges related to the high school theft including unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

Police also arrested another family member at that home at the same time. Christopher Randall Anderson is facing drug charges. The investigation is continuing.

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  1. Gary Kelley says:

    It takes a real piece of crap to get his son involved in crime like this. Now both their lives are distroyed. Nice work pop’s! So glad my parents were good people…

  2. arianna says:

    my only question is who were the other three. i mean like what are their names
    its really sad….

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