Dogs Used in Stephanie Warner Search

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – More than a year after she was reported missing, Jackson County Sheriff’s Office continue to investigate Stephanie Warner’s disappearance. On Friday, Jackson County Search and Rescue teams used trained scent dogs to check several remote locations in Jackson and Josephine counties. The Sheriff’s Office says the locations are associated with Lennie … Continue reading »

Ruch Woman Still Missing, One Year Later

RUCH, Ore. — Tomorrow will be one year to the day when a Ruch woman disappeared, and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office says the search still continues. Stephanie Warner was last seen around 5 p.m. on July 4th of last year. Sheriff’s officials say they have been collecting evidence since the missing persons report was filed … Continue reading »

Search Continues for Stephanie Warner

ASHLAND, Ore. – The search continues for a missing Ruch woman who disappeared on the Fourth of July. Saturday, friends and law enforcement officers met at the Jackson County Fuel Committee lot where Stephanie Warner used to volunteer in order to pass out flyers. It’s an effort to breathe life into an investigation that detectives … Continue reading »

Flyer Distribution for Missing Woman

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the community’s help in distributing fliers for a woman that has been missing since early July. Stephanie Warner disappeared July 4th, 2013 “under suspicious circumstances” according to officials. The Sheriff’s Office is partnering with the Jackson County Fuel Committee, local churches, community volunteers and … Continue reading »

Boyfriend of Missing Woman Speaks Out

RUCH, Ore. – The boyfriend of a missing Ruch woman spoke out about her disappearance for the first time. Stephanie Warner, 43, has been missing since July 4th. Her boyfriend, Lennie Ames, was last seen with Warner at a July Fourth parade in Ashland. He says he’s speaking up out of concern for his girlfriend and a … Continue reading »

Jacksonville Woman Disappears July 4th

JACKSONVILLE, Ore. — A woman hasn’t been seen since the 4th of July and the only clue investigators say they have is her truck. Investigators say they did not know Warner disappeared till her mother called them saying she hadn’t heard from Warner. Several Jackson County Sheriff Deputies and K-9’s searched the Jacksonville-Ruch area near … Continue reading »