Habitat Seeking Help To Catch Thief

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd November NewsBurglaryHabitat for Humanity
Habitat For Humanity- the non-profit organization that helps families in need realize the American dream of home ownership- is asking for help in getting the bottom of a break-in that occurred at their "ReStore" on South Pacific Highway.Read More »

Burglar Caught In The Act

By Jim McCoy Tue 29th October NewsBurglaryJacob Tyler Cottrell
A burglary suspect caught in the act by a home owner at 1990 Meadow Glen was apprehended and arrest by Grants Pass police. According to their report, a 58-year old woman returned to her home to find her back door damaged and items in her home disrupted. She saw the suspect, who fled on foot.Read More »

Burglar Benefits From Destroyed Evidence

By Jim McCoy Fri 11th October NewsBurglaryJustin Brown
A missing wine bottle may have helped a Myrtle Creek man avoid a longer jail sentence for burglary. The Roseburg News-Review reports (http://is.gd/i8uH1n ) that Justin Brown was sentenced to 60 days in jail after pleading no contest to second-degree burglary and unauthorized use of a vehicle.Read More »

Pacific Power Offering Reward For Burglaries

By Jim McCoy Tue 10th September NewsBurglaryPacific Power
Pacific Power is offering a $1,000 reward to help find whoever was responsible for breaking into their power buildings in the 1100 block of Mill Creek Drive in Prospect. The burglary occurred sometime over between 2:15 p.m.on August 31, and 10 a.m. on September 1st . Thieves took air compressors, tools, power supplies, flood lights and a shop vacuum. It’s the fourth such burglary there recently.Read More »

Resident Fights Off Burglar In Home

By Jim McCoy Thu 29th August NewsBurglaryMichael Brandon Mak
A Medford resident successfully fought off an intruder into his South Grape Street home last Wednesday night. The man was watching TV at 11:08 p.m. when he saw a man standing in his kitchen. He confronted the suspect, who tried to get away. Th victim attempted to confront the suspect, and a scuffle ensued, resulting in the breaking of glass, which caused cuts to the victims' bare feet.Read More »

Public Help Sought In Prospect Burglary Case

By Jim McCoy Tue 16th July NewsBurglaryCrime Stoppers
Crime Stoppers is offering up to a thousand dollars reward for information that leads to an arrest in the case of a burglary in Prospect. The Jackson County Sheriff's Department is working on the burglary that occurred in the 2500 block of Mill Creek Drive in Prospect. On May 27th, a burglary was reported by an individual purchasing the home.Read More »

Police Arrest Suspect Responsible For 4 Burglaries

By Jim McCoy Mon 15th July NewsBurglaryTyree Hairston
Items discarded into a motel dumpster led to the arrest of a 22-year old man Medford police are holding responsible for a number of recent burglaries. 22-year old Tyree Hairston also faces drug charges as well. Last Friday, police were flagged down by a person who said they found a number of items that appeared to be stolen in a dumpster at the Valli Hai motel on Court Street.Read More »

Four Suspects Arrested For String of Medford Residential Burglaries

Four suspects are in jail, charged with burglarizing a number of homes in the east Medford area over a 4-month period. 22-year old Clayton James Lappat, 22-year old Hayden Andrew Wray, 22-year old Broc Alan Atkinson, and 21-year old Cameron Jordan Gentry all reportedly admitted guilt to burglarizing 7 homes, committing 8 felony thefts and stealing a car.Read More »

Supects Arrested In Burglary of Businesses in Sparta Building

A surveillance video helped lead Medford police to the suspects involved in the burglary of two businesses located in the Sparta building T 16 n. Riverside Monday night. This was the second break-in of the building in two weeks. An officer recognized 42-year old Joseph Perez Miyazaki from a prior contact.Read More »

Reward Offered To Help Solve Rogue River Burglary

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st May NewsBurglaryCrime Stoppers
Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest in a burglary in the 9000 block of East Evans Creek Road in Rogue River. The theft occurred sometime between April 12th and May 2nd. 14 firearms were stolen (rifles, shotguns and pistols), along with ammunition, two Rolex watches, several thousand dollars in cash and coins.Read More »


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