Man Fires Shots is Arrested

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Jeremy Joulsohn, 32, of Grants Pass was arrested by Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers Monday night after he allegedly assaulted one man, pointed a rifle at his wife, and then fired multiple shots east of Grants Pass. Three OSP troopers responded to shots fired at about 8:30 p.m. in the 4600 … Continue reading »

Committee No-shows Postpone Meeting

EAGLE POINT, Ore. — There was a packed agenda, but not a packed house Thursday night at the Weapon Safety Committee Meeting for School District 9. For months, the group has been meeting to talk about ways to improve school safety, including the possibility of arming school staff. Empty seats and missing committee members led … Continue reading »

Number of Stolen & Lost Guns Increasing

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that the number of stolen and lost guns has been on the rise. Up through this point in 2013, 44 guns have been either stolen or lost. They say, a majority of the thefts occur during both residential & vehicle burglaries. For this reason, it … Continue reading »

Jackson Co. Streamlines Handgun Licenses

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office says you can now bypass lines for concealed handgun licenses by making an appointment ahead of time. Sheriff’s officials say demand for CHL’s has spiked since the beginning of the year. Walk ins are still an option, however officials say you can expect a line ahead of … Continue reading »

The Economy of Guns In Southern Oregon

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are discussing gun rights legislation, an emotionally charged topic that’s personal for many Americans. Politics aside, there are several Southern Oregon based businesses that are cashing in on gun-related manufacturing and making an international impact. Whether you support current gun rights or want more restrictions, the gun … Continue reading »

Proposed Bill Aims at Assault Weapons

SALEM, Ore. — A bill proposed in Salem would enforce tighter gun control regulations in Oregon and one of the co-sponsors is from the Rogue Valley. An official of gun organizations in the state is calling the bill possibly the most extreme anti-gun bill in the country. House Bill 3200 has support from more than … Continue reading »

Police Arrest Alleged Firearm Thief

MEDFORD, Ore. — On Thursday around 4 a.m. Medford police received a report about a possible burglary on Brookhurst Street. Upon arrival, police learned that an unknown person broke into the home of a 55 year old male while the victim was away. The suspects are behind bars. The suspects were able to force open … Continue reading »

Bullet Business Booming

MEDFORD, Ore. — The second Medford guns show in less than a month wrapped Sunday up with vendors reporting big business. Guns show organizer Wes Knodel says exact numbers of people through the door this weekend won’t be in until Monday, but he projects significantly more people visited this weekend’s show than the 2,000 who … Continue reading »

White City Homeowner Confronts Thief

WHITE CITY, Ore. — A White City man catches a thief trying to break into his home and holds him at gun point until police arrive. John Lewis says he was asleep this morning when his wife woke him up in a panic. She told him someone was trying to break in. Lewis says he … Continue reading »

Homeowner Holds Burglar At Gun Point

WHITE CITY, Ore. — The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office said a homeowner in White City was able to hold a burglar at gun point until law enforcement arrived. Early Friday morning, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office said they responded a report of a residential burglary in progress on the 3600 block of Avenue G in … Continue reading »

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