Jackson County Bomber Back in Court

MEDFORD, Ore. — Just days after being sentenced to more than a decade behind bars, the man who bombed the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office, is expected back in court this afternoon. On Monday Alan McVay was sentenced to 15 years behind bars. He also apologized during the sentencing. That was for the federal charges … Continue reading »

Former High Tech Crimes Head in Court

MEDFORD, Ore. – The founder and former head of the Southern Oregon High Tech Crimes Task Force is appearing in the Jackson County court to face charges of misconduct. Former lieutenant Josh Moulin is defending his case nearly two years after leaving the job. Moulin served as the head of the High Tech Crimes Task … Continue reading »

Huddleston Trial Begins

MEDFORD, Ore. — A trial for a decorated war veteran who is being accused of hiring someone to kill his wife, and then killing her himself is now underway. Bourne Huddleston is being accused of killing his wife Kristy Huddleston back in March 2012.  Opening statements and testimonies began on Wednesday.  Several witnesses took to … Continue reading »

Accused Murderer Appears in Court

MEDFORD, Ore. – A woman accused of killing two people made an odd request in her first court appearance. Appearing via a video linkup from the Jackson County Jail, Susan Monica quickly surprised her attorneys and Judge Lorenzo Mejia. “Can I make a little statement?” Monica asked. “I think your attorney would prefer that you … Continue reading »

Schroeder To Enter Early Release Program

MEDFORD, Ore. — A Medford woman who plead guilty to charges related to a fatal car crash could end up serving just half of her prison sentence because of certain prison programs. In July, Leta Schroeder injured multiple people and killed one person in a car crash on Riverside Avenue. As NewsWatch12 first reported on … Continue reading »

Leta Schroeder Enters Guilty Plea

MEDFORD, Ore. — Leta Schroeder was scheduled for a plea change Thursday in Jackson County Court. The District Attorney’s Office announced Schroeder entered a guilty plea to criminally negligent homicide and four counts of failure to perform duties of a driver in regards to an injured person. Schroeder was sentenced to 46 months in the … Continue reading »