D.A. Bomber Pleads Guilty

MEDFORD, Ore. — A White City man could spend 15 years in prison after admitting to setting a bomb at the Jackson County District attorney’s Office in November. 47-year-old Alan Leroy McVay pleaded guilty today in federal court to a charge of malicious destruction of property by explosion. In his plea agreement, McVay admitting to … Continue reading »

Update on Explosion Investigation

Today marks one week since a bomb was set up outside the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office. Lieutenant Mike Budreau from Medford Police has an update on the investigation, in the video above.

Explosion Speeds Up Security Changes

MEDFORD, Ore. — The explosion at the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office last week means the D.A.’s Office is moving higher on the list of county construction projects. Breakable glass and a security camera inside that doesn’t work are just some of features the Jackson County District Attorney’s office lacks when it comes to security. … Continue reading »

Police Canvassing Neighborhoods

MEDFORD, Ore. — In effort to find more evidence in the case of a bomb exploding outside the District Attorney’s office, Medford Police are focusing on the neighborhoods near that building. Medford Police’s video technician walked around the streets near the D.A.’s office. He was looking for any security camera placed on the outside of … Continue reading »

Explosion at District Attorney’s Office

MEDFORD, Ore. — Police responded to an explosion at the District Attorney’s office on West 10th Street in Medford early Wednesday morning. Tenth Street, bordered by Laurel Street and Newtown Street will remain closed for most of the day as investigators process the scene. The Jackson County District Attorney’s Office will be closed until further … Continue reading »

Task Force Leader Investigated

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — As the former head of the Southern Oregon High Tech Crimes Task Force is investigated for possible wrongdoing, central point police say there should be no impact on that unit. Central Point Police Lt. Josh Moulin had led the High Tech Crimes Task Force since its inception, and helped agencies across … Continue reading »