Assault — William Raymond Hays, 33, no address available. Eagle Point police Monday arrested Hays on charges of felony fourth-degree assault, strangulation and harassment. He was lodged in the Jackson County Jail, where he was being held Monday on more than $12,000 bail.
Theft — Tyler Anthony Boyd, 30, of the 600 block of West Jackson Street, Medford. Medford police Monday added charges against Boyd of two counts each of first-degree theft, being a felon in possession of a weapon and two counts of unauthorized entry of a motor vehicle. He remained lodged in the Jackson County Jail, where he was being held Monday on $88,000 bail.
Assault — Matthew Lee Roaneagle, 21, of the 400 block of Holly Street, Medford. Medford police Monday arrested Roaneagle on two counts each of attempted second-degree assault, attempted assault of a police officer, menacing and endangering the welfare of another. He was lodged in the Jackson County Jail, where he was being held Monday without bail.
Identity theft — Roger Gail Paul, 54, no address available. Medford police Monday arrested Paul on three counts each of identity theft, first-degree theft and second-degree forgery as well as one count of second-degree theft. He was lodged Monday in the Jackson County Jail, where he was being held on $25,000 bail.
Identity theft — Anna Kassandra Baird, 31, of the 900 block of Aspen Street, Medford. Baird made her initial appearance Monday in Jackson County Circuit Court on one count of identity theft and two counts of first-degree theft. She was booked Monday in the Jackson County Jail and released.
Fugitive — Michael Edward Davidson, 48, no address available. Medford police Monday arrested Davidson on an outstanding fugitive warrant out of Washington, where he was wanted on a burglary charge. He was lodged in the Jackson County Jail, where he was being held Monday without bail.
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