Assault — Lisa Shawn Toney, 39, of the 1200 block of Garfied Street, Medford. Jackson County sheriff's deputies arrested Toney Tuesday on a felony charge of third-degree assault and a misdemeanor charge of harassment. She was booked in the Jackson County Jail Tuesday and released Wednesday after posting bail.
Burglary — Jimmie Charles Green, 36, no known address. Medford police arrested Green Tuesday on a felony warrant charging first-degree burglary, and on misdemeanor warrants for second-degree theft and second-degree criminal mischief. He was booked in the jail Tuesday and released Wednesday because of overcrowding.
Robbery — Carmen Lynn Acuna, 42, of the 900 block of Broad Street, Medford. Medford police arrested Acuna Tuesday on felony charges of first- and second-degree robbery, first-degree burglary and possessing methamphetamine, and on misdemeanor charges of second- and third-degree theft and contempt of court. She was lodged in jail Tuesday without bail.
Drugs — Emmett Norman Calhoun Jr., 31, no known address. Medford police arrested Calhoun Wednesday on a felony charge of possessing methamphetamine, and on misdemeanor charges of felon in possession of a restricted weapon and carrying concealed brass knuckles, and on an out-of-county warrant for violating his probation on a previous weapons charge. He was booked in the jail and released Wednesday because of overcrowding.
Drugs — Karissa Denae Elmore, 21, of the 2500 block of Corey Road, Medford. Medford police arrested Elmore Wednesday on a felony charge of possessing heroin and on a warrant for failing to appear in court on a previous fourth-degree assault charge. She was booked in the jail and released Wednesday on her own recognizance.
Drugs — Jason Wayne Crenshaw, 36, of the 500 block of Eagle Mill Road, Ashland. On Wednesday, Crenshaw made his initial court appearance on felony charges of possessing methamphetamine and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and on two misdemeanor counts of driving while suspended. He was booked in the jail and released Wednesday on his own recognizance.