Ashland Police & Fire Reports

Police report

Thursday, 6:10 a.m. &

A man was in possession of a stolen passport and a stolen credit card. He used the passport and credit card to receive $40.50 in alcoholic beverages from the Tabu Bar. He fled from an employee of Tabu and attempted to hide by trespassing in a secure area of the Ashland Springs Hotel where he fell and injured himself. He provided the Ashland Fire and Rescue and Ashland Community Hospital with a false name and received services. The man provided a false name to avoid warrant arrests. He was lodged in the Jackson County Jail for the following charges: Theft II x 2, ID Theft, Fraud Use of Credit Card, Theft III, Trespass II, Theft I x 2, and False information given to a Police officers.

Wednesday, 5:45 p.m. &

A woman reported a motor vehicle crash involving her vehicle. A large orange truck rolled back and struck the front of her car causing damage under $1,500. The driver of the truck left the scene without performing the duties of a driver. The woman believes the driver of the truck was not aware he/she struck her vehicle.

Wednesday, 3:43 p.m. &

A woman reported that someone unlawfully entered her vehicle. There were no signs of forced entry and nothing was stolen. The case is inactive pending further leads or suspect information.

Wednesday, 3:14 p.m. &

Southern Oregon University security staff reported graffiti written on the men's room door in the Visual Arts Building. Estimated damages amount to $35.

Wednesday, 10:25 a.m. &

A report that two dogs belonging to the same owner had gotten loose, one of which attacked a third dog in the 100 block of Patterson Street causing severe, but non-life threatening injuries to the third dog. The owner was cited and released on municipal ordinance violations to include two counts each of Dogs: control required, and unattended dogs, and one count of control required &

vicious dogs. This was the second known occurrence of this dog attacking another dog. Jackson County Animal Control took the attacking dog into custody.

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