' Rhonda Lynn Dunn, 39, of the 4000 block of Cedar Lane, Medford. Phoenix police arrested Dunn Monday on a charge of first-degree criminal mischief. She was lodged in the Jackson County Jail, then released when she posted cash on &
' Ronald William Lawson, 42, of the 200 block of Vancouver Street, Medford. Medford police arrested Lawson on a fugitive warrant out of California charging him with unauthorized use of a vehicle. He was lodged in jail without bail.
' Hilario Garay-Padilla, 20, of Monmouth. Garay-Padilla was lodged in the Jackson County Jail Tuesday on warrants charging him with first- and second-degree robbery, first-degree aggravated theft and first-degree kidnapping, as well as a charge of being an illegal alien. Phoenix police got a warrant for his arrest in May after an investigation linked him to a February robbery of La Tapatia, a market selling Mexican food and other goods on Main Street in Phoenix.
' Edgar Armando Serratos-Nava, 23, of the 700 block of North Riverside Avenue, Medford. Medford police arrested Serratos-Nava Tuesday on charges of third-degree assault and being an illegal alien. He was lodged in jail without bail.
' Patrick James Highsmith, 52, of the 2300 block of Pine Grove Road, Rogue River. Highsmith appeared in Jackson County Circuit Court on an indictment charging him with third-degree assault and driving under the influence of intoxicants. He was booked into jail and released.
' Sean Eugene Underwood, 35, of the 1200 block of East Main Street, Medford. Underwood appeared in Circuit Court Tuesday on an indictment charging him with possession of amphetamines. He was booked into jail and released.
' Rhonda Jane Capello, 26, of the 400 block of East 12th Street, Medford. Capello appeared in Circuit Court Tuesday on an indictment charging her with possession of amphetamines. She was booked into jail and released.
Mobile house fire
' 200 block of West Valley View Road, Talent. Jackson County Fire District No. 5 firefighters went to the Talent Truck Stop where a trucker hauling a section of a mobile home stopped when he saw smoke from his rear wheels. A tire had blown and the brakes overheated as the driver maneuvered his load down from the Siskiyou Summit, Capt. Scott Traina said.
Traina said firefighters deal with many brake fires and house fires, but he had never seen them combine quite like this before. The heat started a smoldering fire under the floor of the mobile home, which sustained several thousand dollars worth of damage. Firefighters estimated that the new home probably was a total loss because of the smoke and fire damage.