domestic violence

Oregon Legislature Passes Bill To Keep Guns Away From Domsestic Abusers

The Oregon Senate has approved a measure aimed at keeping firearms from people convicted of domestic violence or under a restraining order.

Gresham Democrat Sen.Read More »

Rogue River Man Arrested After Barricading Himself At A Park

By Jim McCoy Fri 16th January NewsCharles Ulmer IIIdomestic violence
A Rogue River man was arrested Thursday afternoon after barricading himself at Valley Of The Rogue State Park. Thursday morning, a woman sought help from a park ranger, saying she has been assaulted by 56-year old Charles Ulmer III. The Oregon State Police and Jackson County Sheriff’s Department responded, and were able to take him into custody after several hours.Read More »

Domestic Violence Incident In Grants Pass Ends With A Fatal Crash

By Jim McCoy Mon 10th November Newsdomestic violenceDonald Richard Phillips
A man involved in a Grants Pass domestic violence complaint drove off Sunday afternoon before police arrived and died in a crash. Oregon State Police say shortly after troopers had been dispatched to the domestic violence report they were notified the man drove away and crashed into a tree. Police say 59-year-old Donald Richard Phillips was ejected from the vehicle and died at thRead More »

NFL Will Hand Out Longer Suspensions For Domestic Violence

By Jim McCoy Thu 28th August Sportsdomestic violenceNFL
NFL players will be subject to a six-week suspension for a first domestic violence offense and banishment from the league for a second under a new policy outlined by Commissioner Roger Goodell. In a letter and memo sent to all 32 teams owners Thursday, and obtained by The Associated Press, Goodell says he "didn't get it right" in giving Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice a two-game suRead More »

Sen. Wyden To Meet In Medford On Violence Against Women Act

By Jim McCoy Fri 29th June Newsdomestic violenceSen. Ron Wyden

Oregon Senator Ron Wyden will be making a stop in Medford Tuesday, July 3rd, to meet with local elected officials and advocates for a roundtable discussion on the renewal of the Violence Against Women Act. Enacted in 1994, the act is credited with helping women escape domestic violence. Its renewal is currently stalled in Congress, Wyden's office says.Read More »


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