Suspect caught, another sought in Medford pot robbery
One man is in jail and police are looking for another in an armed robbery that involved more than $1,000 worth of marijuana in Medford.
Robert Thomas Gray, 20, of the 100 block of North Columbus Avenue, is in the Jackson County Jail on felony charges stemming from the Oct. 30 incident, according to documents filed by the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office. He is accused of using or threatening to use a firearm during the robbery.
Desmond McDonald, 22, also known by the name Desmond Delille, is wanted on a felony warrant charging him with robbing a man of five pounds of marijuana, according to a press release issued by Medford police.
McDonald was described by police as 5-feet-9, 160 pounds, with a crown tattoo on his right eye and tattoos on his neck.
Anyone with information about McDonald’s whereabouts was asked to call Medford police at 541-770-4784, and reference case No. 19-20857.
According to a document filed by the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office, Medford police arrested Gray Thursday afternoon.
Gray made his initial court appearance Friday afternoon on charges of second-degree robbery, first-degree theft and possessing cocaine. During the hearing, Jackson County Circuit Court Judge Lorenzo Mejia set Gray’s bail at $250,000.