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Felony arrests

Burglary — Jose Alejandro Rodriguez, 23 , of the 3700 block of Falcon Street, White City. Medford police arrested Rodriguez Friday on felony charges of first-degree burglary and coercion, misdemeanor charges of interfering with someone making a police report and harassment, and for violating his probation on a prior fourth-degree assault conviction. He remained held in the Jackson County Jail Saturday without bail.

Vehicle Theft — Jennifer Marie Wooldridge, 35, no known address. Talent police arrested Wooldridge Friday on felony charges of possessing a stolen vehicle, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and possessing methamphetamine, misdemeanor charges of unlawfully entering a motor vehicle, possessing heroin and felon in possession of a restricted weapon, and for violating her parole on a prior marijuana possession conviction. She remained held in jail Saturday without bail.

Assault — Joseph Silva, 21, no known address. Ashland police arrested Silva Friday on a felony charge of fourth-degree assault, misdemeanor charges of harassment, recklessly endangering another person and violating a restraining order. He remained held in jail Saturday on $22,500 bail.

Assault — Kimberly may Gutches, 34, of the first block of Dion Court, Shady Cove. Jackson County sheriff’s deputies arrested Gutches Saturday on a felony charge of fourth-degree assault constituting domestic violence, and on a misdemeanor charge of harassment. She was booked in the jail and released Saturday on her own recognizance.


Crime reports

Theft — 2000 block of Commerce Drive, Medford. Medford police took a report of a stolen HK P9 handgun at 12:45 p.m. Friday. The loss was valued at $225.

Theft — 2900 block of Aldersgate Road, Medford. Medford police took a report of stolen guns at 3:14 p.m. Friday. The loss was valued at $1,500.

Theft — 1100 block of Char Way, Medford. Medford police took a report of a stolen wooden long board with red wheels and the image of a samurai at 9:33 a.m. Saturday. The loss was valued at $200.

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