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Felony Arrests

Amphetamines '

Scott Andrew Mead, 44, of the 500 block of Hammel Road, Eagle Point. Sheriff's deputies arrested Mead on Saturday on charges of driving with an open container, driving with a suspended license and a warrant for possessing amphetamines. He was held at the Jackson County Jail without bail.

Amphetamines

' Parris Marlette Cohen, 28, of the 5200 block of Rainbow Drive, Central Point. Medford Police arrested Cohen on Saturday for a warrant for possessing amphetamines. He was held on &

36;5,000 bail.

Stolen Vehicle

' Jimmy Donald Bailey Jr., 29, of the 9600 block of Old Stage Road, Central Point. Talent Police arrested Bailey on Saturday on charges of possessing a stolen vehicle. He was held on &

36;5,000 bail.

Driving under the influence

' Quantana McElroy, 41, of the 1600 block of Rogue River Highway, Gold Hill. Medford Police arrested McElroy on Saturday on charges of possessing amphetamines and driving under the influence. He was held on &

36;9,000 bail.

Computer Crime

' Joshua Allen Brown, 18, of the 3000 block of Paul Court, Medford. Medford Police arrested brown for forgery, theft and computer crime. He was held on &

36;21,000 bail.

Theft

' Sean Jameson Elton, 19, of the 500 block of Barnum Drive in Phoenix. Phoenix Police arrested Elton on charges of possessing amphetamines and a warrant for theft. He is being held on &

36;9,000 bail.

Assault

' Juan Erwin Leal, 24, of the 500 block of Western Avenue, Medford. Medford Police arrested Leal on charges of assault, harassment and being an illegal alien. He was held without bail.

Assault

' Michael Louis Hatfield, 55, address unknown. Medford Police arrested Hatfield on charges of assault, harassment, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief. He is being held on &

36;58,000 bail.

Fire calls

A small grass fire burned about one-eighth of an acre Sunday at 2200 Ashland Street.

Ashland fire officials said the fire burned grass and berry bushes.

A teenage boy admitted to starting the fire, according to fire officials.

Crime Reports

Two males fled from the work center at Jackson County Community Justice Center Sunday. Their names were not available Sunday evening.