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Two Arrested On Burglary Charges in Rogue River

Two Rogue River residents were arrested Thursday on charges of burglary, taking a uniform and other military memorabilia from the family of a deceased World War II veteran. A Jackson County Sheriff’s SWAT team searched a home in the 100 block of Earhart Road, and many of the stolen items were recovered. 41-year old Robert Michael Larson and 43-year old Geri Leah Hlavinka were arrested.Read More »

Search of Rogue River Home Nets Drugs, Suspects

By Jim McCoy Mon 24th September Newsdrug raidRogue River news
An early morning search of a home on East Evans Creek Road in Rogue River led to the discovery of a marijuana processing operation a the arrest of five suspects. Heroin and marijuana were seized, along with other evidence. A Jackson County Sheriff's Deputy and a Rogue River Police Department Officer made the 3:30 a.m. call on reports that the residence was a suspected drug house.Read More »

Rogue River Man Hailed As A Hero For Saving His Neighbor

By Jim McCoy Thu 20th September NewshonorsRogue River news

A Rogue River man has been named a Carnegie hero for saving a neighbor from drowning. John Haight is one of 19 recipients named Thursday by the Pittsburgh-based Carnegie Hero Fund and the only one from Oregon.
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Police Charge Gold Hill Man With Shooting Dog

By Jim McCoy Thu 19th July Newsanimal abuseRogue River news

A felony animal abuse charge has been filed against a Gold Hill man accused of shooting his bulldog in the mouth with a rifle and then leaving him tied outside a veterinary clinic.

     Rogue River police Chief Ken Lewis says 27-year-old Jason King told him that he shot the dog from a distance last month because it was attacking goats.
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Dog Shooting in Rogue River A Mystery

By Jim McCoy Wed 20th June Newsanimal incidentsRogue River news

Investigators say somebody fired a gun directly into the mouth of a 2-year-old mixed-breed dog that was found bloody and tied to the porch of a Southern Oregon animal clinic. A veterinarian says the dog's survival depends on the wire holding his jaw together. She says the wound is leaking, but the dog is eating watered-down food.
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Forgery Suspect Turns Himself In

By Jim McCoy Thu 10th May NewsforgeryRogue River news

A man suspected of check forgery is turning himself in to police. 28-year old Zakuri Scott Williams contacted authorities Wednesday from Klamath Falls. Umpqua Bank in Rogue River called police on April 25th when Williams allegedly tried to cash a check on the account of an 85-year old Grants Pass woman.Read More »


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