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 »

D.A. Office Explosion Wakes Neighbors

MEDFORD, Ore. — Neighbors living next to the D.A.’s office said they worried the flames could spread to other houses and apartments. Neighbors had an up close look early this morning, all they had to do was just look over a fence. They watched as police and firefighters responded to the explosion at the Jackson … Continue reading »