Suspects on the loose following knife attack over parking space
Police are seeking a man and woman believed to be involved in a knife attack this morning in west Medford.
Joshua Michael Sadler, 27, allegedly drew a knife on a man just before 10 a.m. during an argument about a parking space Sadler's mother had taken in the 1500 block of Bryant Street. The victim suffered a small laceration to his elbow, police say. No others were injured during the confrontation, according to a Medford police release.
Sadler and an alleged accomplice, Angela "Brandy" Ray Peters, 22, fled the area after the confrontation and are wanted by police on several warrants.
Sadler faces a felony warrant charging second-degree assault, a misdemeanor warrant charging menacing and a warrant charging failure to appear in court on a previous charge of felon in possession of a restricted weapon, Medford police say.
Peters faces warrants charging failure to appear in court on felony charges of heroin and methamphetamine possession, and for failure to appear on misdemeanor charges of second-degree theft and theft of services.
The case is still under investigation. Those with information about the attack are asked to call Medford police Detective Tony Young at 541-774-2244 and reference case number 16-13105.