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Emergency services, June 16

Felony arrests

Criminal Mistreatment — Mark Stefen Robert Coates, 29, of the first block of Key Lane, Shady Cove. Jackson County sheriff’s deputies arrested Coates Monday on felony charges of first-degree criminal mistreatment and third-degree assault. He was held in the Jackson County Jail Tuesday on $10,000 bail.

Elude — Charles Douglas Cochran, 47, of the 12200 block of Highway 62, Eagle Point. Jackson County sheriff’s deputies arrested Cochran Monday on a felony charge of attempting to elude police in a vehicle and a misdemeanor charge of unlawfully carrying a concealed weapon. He was booked in the jail Monday and released Tuesday on his own recognizance.

Strangulation — Fred Dwight Nelson, 60, of the 100 block of Wren Ridge Drive, Eagle Point. Jackson County sheriff’s deputies arrested Nelson Monday on a felony charge of strangulation constituting domestic violence and misdemeanor charges of fourth-degree assault and harassment. He was booked in the jail Monday and released Tuesday on his own recognizance.

Drugs — Glen Amos Crowden, 32, of Bend. Jackson County sheriff’s deputies arrested Crowden Tuesday on a felony charge of possessing methadone, a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants and on an out-of-county warrant. He was held in jail Tuesday on $20,000 bail.

Elude — Nicholas Thomas Elliott, 31, of the 4100 block of Cedar Lane, Medford. Talent police arrested Elliott Tuesday on felony charges of attempting to elude police in a vehicle and misdemeanor charges of driving while suspended or revoked, harassment, fourth-degree assault constituting domestic violence and third-degree theft, and for violating his parole on a prior fourth-degree assault conviction. He was held in jail Tuesday without bail.

Assault — Chad Lee Holzhauser, 49, of the first block of Rolling Hills Drive, Eagle Point. On Tuesday, Hozhauser made his initial appearance in Jackson County Circuit Court on a new felony charge of third-degree assault and a new misdemeanor charge of fourth-degree assault constituting domestic violence. Jackson County sheriff’s deputies originally arrested Holzhauser May 5 on felony charges of attempting to elude police in a vehicle and misdemeanor charges of hit-and-run property damage, reckless driving, second-degree criminal mischief, reckless endangering and violating his probation on a prior fourth-degree assault conviction. He was held in jail Tuesday without bail.