Bombing Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

MEDFORD, Ore. — Alan Leroy McVay was arraigned in U.S. District Court on Wednesday and pleaded not guilty to two counts of malicious destruction of property by explosion. 46-year-old McVay is accused of setting off a bomb outside the D.A. Office building back in November. The bomb was set off in the early morning hours … Continue reading »

State Indictment Against McVay Dismissed

MEDFORD, Ore. — The suspect in a bombing case will only be prosecuted at a federal level. The Jackson County District Attorney’s Office announced Monday afternoon that the State of Oregon’s indictment against Allen Leroy McVay has been dismissed because the United States Attorney’s Office has filed a federal complaint against McVay encompassing the same … Continue reading »

McVay’s Long Criminal History

MEDFORD, Ore. — The suspect in the D.A. Office building bombing case has a long criminal history in Jackson County. Alan McVay has been charged in more than a dozen different cases since 1989. Many of them were for drug possession and theft. Before this recent arrest, he had already been set to go to … Continue reading »

Suspected D.A. Office Bomber Arrested

MEDFORD, Ore. — Police have arrested their prime suspect in the bombing of the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office. 46-year-old Alan Leroy McVay is now being held at the Jackson County Jail. At 4:48 p.m. on Wednesday, police arrested McVay outside of the Bobbio’s Pizza Restaurant in White City. At a press conference on Thursday, … Continue reading »

Arrest Made in D.A. Bombing

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford Police and the Jackson County District Attorney are releasing new information about last week’s bombing at the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office. Medford Police say Alan Leroy McVay has been arrested in connection to the bombing. The Jackson County Jail website shows he is facing five charges, including arson and possession of … 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 »

Police Search for Bombing Suspect

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford Police are now asking for the public’s help to find out who set off a bomb at the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office. Dozens of officers from multiple agencies are now on the case, and the Medford Police Chief says information from the public could help them track down a suspect. … Continue reading »

Update On Bombing Investigation

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Medford Police Chief has released photos based on witness descriptions of a car seen leaving the scene soon after the explosion outside the D.A.’s Office yesterday morning. Police are describing this vehicle a two door sports car, either dark blue or black. Shortly after the explosion at the D.A.’s office, it … Continue reading »