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Felony arrests

  • Drugs — Erin Rachael Birge, 32, no known address. Oregon State Police troopers Monday arrested Birge on charges of possession, manufacture and delivery of methamphetamine as well as a charge of money laundering. She was lodged Monday in the Jackson County Jail and released.
  • Drugs — Jayce R. Coulter, 27, of Cottonwood, Calif. Oregon State Police on Monday arrested Coulter on charges of possession, delivery and manufacturing of methamphetamine as well as money laundering. He was was lodged in jail and released.
  • Burglary — Anthony Jonathon Allen, 21, of the 3500 block of South Pacific Highway, Medford. Jackson County sheriff's deputies Monday arrested Allen on charges of first-degree burglary, second-degree burglary, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, unauthorized entry of a motor vehicle and two counts of third-degree theft. He was lodged in jail on $60,000 bail.
  • Sex offender — Jimmy Davis McClain, 45, no known address. Ashland police Monday arrested McClain on charges of failing to register as a sex offender as well as out-of-county warrants for attempted aggravated theft, attempted first-degree theft, computer crime, first-degree forgery and second-degree forgery. He was lodged in jail on $65,000 bail.
  • Theft — Timber Ronald Roady, 21, of the 3100 block of Avenue G, White City. Medford police Monday arrested Roady on warrants for first-degree theft and unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle. He was lodged Monday in jail on $50,000 bail.
  • Drugs — Luis Mauricio Davila, Jr., 21, no known address. Medford police Monday arrested Davila on charges of possession of heroin and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He was lodged in jail on $40,000 bail.

To see an online map showing where felony property crimes have been reported in Medford, visit www.mailtribune.com/crimefinder.

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