Stolen Trailer Recovered, Suspected Thief Beaten By Victim

By Jim McCoy Mon 12th January NewsBradley Bondtheft
A man who had his trailer stolen found it and recovered it in Medford Sunday morning. The 34-year old saw a truck towing the cargo trailer- which was stolen Thursday- and confronted the driver and passenger of the truck at a parking lot near Main and Gennessee Streets. In the ensuing confrontation, the suspect was hit in the head with a pipe.Read More »

Suspected Thieves Caught With Stolen Credit Cards

By Jim McCoy Wed 17th December NewsJohnathan SernaJorge Sernatheft
Two men suspected of breaking in to a car in the 4500 block of Wolf Run and stealing the victim’s wallet last month have been arrested. Authorities spotted a car at Bear Creek Shopping Center yesterday (Tuesday) matching the one apparently used by two suspects making earlier purchases with stolen credit cards.Read More »

Drug Arrest Also Nets Recovery of Stolen Vehicles

Stolen ATVs and a Toyota Tundra were recovered in the process of surveillance for unlawful drug activity in Grants Pass.Read More »

2,000 Railroad Ties Stolen in Southern Oregon

By Jim McCoy Thu 8th May Newsrailroad tiestheft
The effort involved in stealing 2,000 railroad ties stacked along tracks in Southern Oregon has stunned workers at local businesses, who say it takes them hours to move a few dozen of the 9-foot pieces of wood that can weigh up to 100 pounds each. Ties are sold commercially for landscaping and fences.Read More »

Stolen Trailer Recovered, Suspects Arrested

By Jim McCoy Fri 10th January NewsErnesto CasasJudy HydeKenneth Wilkeytheft
Medford police say a trailer stolen from the 3-thousand block of Biddle Road in Medford was discovered yesterday at Crater Lake. Three suspects from Sacramento- Kenneth Mark Wilkey, Ernesto Casas and Judy Hyde- were arrested and jailed. Wednesday, police alerted the public to the stolen trailer.Read More »

Police Catch Suspect Night Deposit Box Thief

By Jim McCoy Tue 17th December Newsnight deposit boxesRyan Kullrichtheft
Police have made an arrest in a string of attempted thefts from southern Oregon banks. They spotted a white, 2003 Buick Rendezvous seen in surveillance videos parked near the Rogue Regency Inn in Medford Monday night. The vehicle was occupied by 38-year old Ryan Kullrich of Bakersfield, California. Police recognized him as a suspect and he was arrested.Read More »

Reward Offered To Solve Stolen Equipment Case

By Jim McCoy Tue 19th November NewsCorey Vitus ConstructionCrime Stopperstheft
On Wednesday, November 13, 2013 the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a theft of a dump trailer, occurring at 1388 Antelope Road in White City. Corey Vitus Construction Inc. reported someone came onto the property sometime during the night of November 11 or 12, and took a Bravo dump trailer.Read More »

A Quarter At A Time, $26,000 Stolen From Oregon Prison

By Jim McCoy Thu 3rd October NewsOregon prisonstheft
Oregon prison officials are stumped by a theft from a prison account that wasn't any nickel-and-dime deal. Instead, it was quarters - about 104,000 of them taken over the course of at least nine years. The Oregonian reports ( that auditors uncovered the theft of about $26,000 this spring. The quarters were put in storage lockers that visitors use toRead More »

Arrest Made In RV Burglaries Case, Another Suspect Sought

By Jim McCoy Wed 24th July NewsMichael Todd DeihlRVstheft
An arrest has made as Medford Police invetigate the recent rash of thefts from recreational vehicles parked inside local storage facilities. Michael Todd Diehl, 33, of Medford faces burglary, theft and felon in possession of a firearm charges. Tuesday, police executed a search warrant of Diehl's property in the 900 block of Niantic Avenue in Medford.Read More »

Pacific Power Increasing Reward For Metal Thieves

By Jim McCoy Fri 28th June NewsPacific Powertheft
Pacific Power is increasing a reward they offering to catch metal thieves to $5,000. In recent days, the utility says seven power poles outside Grants Pass were cut down and the metal from the poles taken. A Pacific Power spokesman says $50,000 worth of wire and other equipment has been taken in the last six months. The latest incident will cost more than $75,000 dollars to repair.Read More »


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