Different Agencies Work Together To Tackle Chronic Nuisance Homes

Medford Police explain why tackling chronic nuisance homes is a process that takes time. They say they have a new way to handle these issues, using a collaborative effort from many departments to bring long term solutions.

Posted: Jan 31, 2018 7:10 PM
Updated: Jan 31, 2018 7:24 PM

MEDFORD, Ore.-- People are now back living in a house that was raided by police and condemned by the city two weeks ago.
That's according to neighbors who have called NewsWatch 12, voicing concerns.
Medford Police tell us the owners are complying with the rules and working to change the situation.
NewsWatch 12's Eliana Sheriff did some digging and finds out more about the process of tackling chronic nuisance homes.

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