Emergency services, Feb. 4
Hate Crime — Collins McQueen Farmer, 38, of Hillsboro. Medford police arrested Farmer Tuesday on felony warrants charging her with first-degree bias crime, second-degree assault, unlawful use of a weapon and misdemeanor warrants charging him with fourth-degree assault, menacing, second-degree criminal mischief and second-degree disorderly conduct. She was held in the Jackson County Jail Wednesday on $200,000 bail.
Drugs — Ian Henry Brooks, 38, of the 2500 block of Ashwood Court, Medford. Medford police arrested Brooks Wednesday on a felony charge of delivering heroin and on a misdemeanor charge of unlawfully possessing heroin. He was booked in the Jackson County Jail Wednesday.
Drugs — Kaleb William Lloyd, 22, of the 3400 block of Atlantic Avenue, White City. Medford police arrested Lloyd Wednesday on a felony charge of delivering methamphetamine and on a parole violation warrant. He was booked in the jail Wednesday on $25,000 bail.
Forgery — Raymond James Morris, 34, of the 400 block of Oak Street, Medford. On Wednesday, Morris was charged in Jackson County Circuit Court with new felony counts of first-degree forgery, first-degree theft and felon in possession of a restricted weapon, and new misdemeanor charges of second-degree trespassing and third-degree theft. Medford police originally arrested Morris Tuesday on misdemeanor charges of unlawfully possessing a marijuana item and unlawfully delivering a marijuana item and for violating his probation on a prior first-degree theft conviction. He was held in jail Wednesday without bail.
Sexual Abuse — Mathew Roy Vasquez-Daniels, 32, of the 100 block of Central Avenue, Ashland. Ashland police and Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Vasquez-Daniels Wednesday with additional felony counts of second-degree sexual abuse and coercion, and on a new probation violation warrant on a prior drunken driving conviction. Ashland police originally arrested Vasquez-Daniels Tuesday on felony charges of second-degree sexual abuse, second-degree custodial interference and tampering with a witness, along with misdemeanor charges that included third-degree sexual abuse, endangering the welfare of a minor and unlawfully delivering a marijuana item. He was held in jail Wednesday without bail.