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Emergency services, Aug. 23

Felony arrests

Arson — Thomas Lloyd Austin, 58, no known address. Oregon State Police troopers arrested Austin Wednesday on felony charges of first- and second-degree arson. Medford police originally arrested Austin July 29 on a separate felony charge of first-degree arson and misdemeanor counts of reckless burning. He remained lodged in the Jackson County Jail Wednesday on $527,500 bail.

Vehicle Theft — Jason Theoore Coy, 40, no known address. Jackson County sheriff’s deputies arrested Coy Tuesday on a felony charge of possessing a stolen vehicle, and on warrants for violating his probation on prior convictions for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, possessing a stolen vehicle, felon in possession of a restricted weapon, second-degree theft, resisting arrest and interfering with police. He remained lodged in jail Wednesday without bail.

Robbery — Cody Charles Ford, 35, of Seaside. Ashland police arrested Ford Tuesday on a felony charge of third-degree robbery and a misdemeanor charge of second-degree theft. Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputies later arrested Ford on an out-of-county warrant for violating his parole on a prior first-degree burglary conviction.

Drugs — Brett Michael Moore, 27, no known address. Medford police arrested Moore Wednesday on felony charges of manufacturing, delivering and possessing heroin and a misdemeanor charge of menacing. He was booked in the jail and released Wednesday because of overcrowding.

Drugs — Bin Meng, 37, of the 500 block of North Riverside Avenue, Medford. Medford police arrested Meng Wednesday on a felony charge of possessing methamphetamine. He was booked in the jail and released Wednesday because of overcrowding.

Impaired Driving — Sarah Marie Grant, 48, of the 100 block of Vincent Avenue, Central Point. On Wednesday, Grant made her initial appearance in Jackson County Circuit Court on a felony charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants and a misdemeanor charge of reckless driving. She was booked in the jail and released Wednesday on her own recognizance.

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