Men Exposes Himself to Baristas

Men Exposes Himself to Baristas

Posted: Jan 19, 2019 9:40 AM
Updated: Jan 19, 2019 9:40 AM

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transportation has lifted some chain requirements. we will tell you which roads no longer need chains or traction tires on. and the medford police department is looking for a woman that stole a car from the airport's long term parking lot. they need your help identifying her. i am tracking a storm t for you, this is newswatch 12 this morning" you are taking a live look at i-5 on the siskiyou summit. this is right by exit 1. the snow is still falling this morning. but the roads to look very clear. thanks for joining us this today: the system impacting our region will stall and impact us throughout the around 6,000-7,000'. winds will be a bit gusty, at times, but not as intense josephine county until 4 am sunday. these areas could see 3-6" of rainfall with higher elevations potentially reaching 10". add this amount of rain to risk in the chetco bar and coos county is also under a flood watch; the river is with us as we head into our we enter into your sunday. overnight low temperatures will hang in the mid 30s to until 10 am sunday. south, for more information new this morning... chain thomas died in this fire. firefighters got to the fire at 150 east river street on tuesday. police say a man was seen igniting and throwing a flare at the home. anyone with information is asked to call the oregon state police. police are now releasing thedev weekend... medford police are asking for help identifying this woman. if you take a look at your screen right now .. police say she stole the car you see her driving in this photo. it's a black 2001 mercedes ml. the car was stolen from long term parking at the medford airport on new year's eve. police says two other cars were broken into at the time this car was stolen. credit cards from the other car break-ins were used in grants pass and portland. you can call the medford police department with any information. a man is facing 3 counts of ell. he is on your screen right now. m-p-d arrested 26 year old bradley oliver. police say he exposed himself to female baristas at coffee stands in the area. officers say the incidents happened over the last few weeks -- and believe there could be more victims. medford police ask that if this happened to you or someone that you know to give police a call. oliver was driving this red dodge charger. [a23]reax walden thought his answers were too vague. the josephine county town hall filled about one third of the grants pass high school auditorium. in jackson county the central medford high school auditorium was nearly full. "i thought it was a civil coming here and i appreciate that he addressed some of these issues but i think they remain unconnected from the realities and severity of the problems we face." if couldn't attend any of the town hall meetings you can find them on our facebook page where we have posted a live stream for each of them. both of oregon's senators the rogue valley on the 23rd. he's holding a town hall at north medford high school. that will start at 10:00 a.m. later that day he will be at hidden valley high school. that will be at 1:40. senator wyden says town halls are part of what he calles the "oregon way" to work towards solutions. coming up after the break... federal lands haven't been cleaned in about 30 days because of the government shut down. one group is changing that. we will you who is stepping in and why. and medford is having it's own women's march. we will tell you when it begins and where it's at coming up on today's out and about. "here's a live look at ashland from
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