Man Arrested in Business Burglary

MEDFORD, Ore. — A man accused of stealing $60,000 worth of tools and equipment from his employer was arrested by Medford Police officers this morning. In March, the Medford Police Department was contacted by a local Electrical Contractor who reported an internal theft. The business reported that its employee, 24-year old Dustin Jackson, had worked … Continue reading »

Police Trying to Locate Stabbing Suspect

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford Police responded to Providence Hospital early Wednesday afternoon for reports of a male victim suffering from a stab wound. The 38-year-old male victim was stabbed in the abdomen after being involved in a dispute, inside of a residence in the 400 block of Kenwood Avenue in Medford, according to Police. The … Continue reading »

Two Accused of Luring a Child for Sex

MEDFORD, Ore. — Two men are behind bars, accused of luring a child for sex. The Medford Police Department says it arrested two transients, 41-year-old Mark Doty and 19-year-old Cameron Lauckner. Police say they used Craigslist to meet a 16-year-old boy. Medford Police say the victim and the suspects started exchanging pictures and videos and … Continue reading »

Man in Jail After Attempted Murder

MEDFORD, Ore. — A man is lodged in the Jackson County Jail today on charges of Attempted Murder. The Medford Police responded to Rogue Regional Medical Center Sunday night at about 8:20 p.m., for a report of an adult man being treated for a gunshot wound to the hip. After investigating, Police discovered that the … Continue reading »

Mary Jane’s Attic to Lose License

MEDFORD, Ore. — A Medford business is accused of illegal activity and the city of Medford is revoking its business license. Mary Jane’s Attic on Barnett Road is appealing the city manager’s decision. The Medford Police Department, which served the notice, didn’t elaborate on the exact kind of illegal activity involved in this case. The … Continue reading »

Police Agencies Tap into Cell Phones

MEDFORD, Ore. — Privacy on cell-phones are becoming a thing of the past. Several police agencies across the nation can tap into mobile data without your permission. According to a new finding, nearly 30 police agencies own what’s called a Stingray. It’s a device that’s usually attached to a car, acting as a fake cell … Continue reading »

Simulation System Helps Train Officers

MEDFORD, Ore. — A high-tech simulation program is helping to improve officer skills when it comes to use of force. The Medford Police Department is using what’s called MILO, an interactive training system where officers are put in a variety of situations and have to react with use of force. Tuesday was the first day … Continue reading »

Amateur Athlete of the Week: Budreaus

MEDFORD, Ore. – Monday through Friday, Lt. Mike Budreau is focused on the law. His most important piece of equipment is his firearm. On Saturday and Sunday, it’s his ski. “For years and years, life has basically been police work and water skiing and very little else,” Lt. Budreau says. Budreau started working for the … Continue reading »

Five Arrested in Cedar Lodge Drug Bust

MEDFORD, Ore. –Police end up at Cedar Lodge again for the third time in less two weeks for criminal activity. Wednesday morning, the Medford Area Drug and Gang Enforcement task force found several pounds of heroin and drug trafficking materials at the motel. Originally, officers were at Cedar Lodge investigating two suspected drug traffickers. During … Continue reading »

Potential New Police Facility In Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford Police Chief Tim George says the department has totally outgrown its current facility. Right now Medford Police Department is the first floor of city hall. Police Chief Tim George says it’s crowded. “We are at a catastrophic state of lack of space right now,” Police Chief Tim George said. “We don’t … Continue reading »

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