Four arrested, house condemned in Medford meth bust

Complaints from neighbors led to the condemnation of a suspected drug house in west Medford and two felony charges.

The Medford Area Drug and Gang Enforcement team arrested four people on felony and misdemeanor charges after issuing a search warrant at 2475 Finley Lane in Medford.

Cari Ann Hall, 48, faces a felony charge of delivering methamphetamine, and Daniel Leroy Jones, 59, faces a felony charge of felon in possession of a firearm, as well as on a warrant related to a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants, according to Jackson County Circuit Court records and Medford police reports.

Police allege they found two firearms in Jones’ bedroom, one of them a shotgun. In Hall’s bedroom, police allegedly found handwritten drug records, a bag containing methamphetamine residue and empty packaging, according to court records filed in her case.

Two others were arrested on misdemeanor charges of possessing methamphetamine after police allegedly found several glass pipes with methamphetamine residue and scales in a backpack that allegedly had meth residue.

The house was condemned by Jackson County Code Enforcement, Medford police said on their Facebook page.

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