Ashland Police & Fire Reports

Police reports

Wednesday, 3:52 p.m. &

A man said that his bike had been stolen from the bike rack on the Plaza. The bike is a men's Schwinn mountain bike, yellow, gray and black with rock shocks.

Thursday, 12:25 p.m. &

Police responded to the report of a cooperative shoplifter in custody at the Market of Choice. The man reportedly took $4.62 worth of items without paying. The man was cited and released on charges of theft III.

Thursday, 1:28 p.m. &

A person was taken into protective custody and transported to Rogue Valley Medical Center after the person made threats to end his or her life.

Thursday, 7:26 p.m. &

Officers responded to a non-injury moving vehicle collision at the 700 block of North Main Street. The driver of a vehicle was cited for following too closely and his vehicle was rendered inoperable and towed.

Thursday, 9:24 p.m. &

A man was arrested for criminal trespass II. He was lodged at Jackson County Jail.

Thursday, 9:33 p.m. &

An adult male took a full basket of groceries from Safeway without attempting to pay for them. The man is described as a white male adult in his mid thirties. About 5-feet 8 inches to 5-feet 10 inches, 160 pounds, with a muscular build, tan and five o'clock shadow. He was wearing black slacks and a T-shirt. His hair was longer (just above shoulder length) and wavy. His vehicle was described as red with possible a tan stripe, early 2000's model Ford F series truck with suspension lift and custom wheels. The truck had a long bed. The license plate and state are unknown.

Thursday, 9:30 p.m. &

A man attempted to force his way into the Ashland Armory at 208 Oak St., in an attempt to find a female inside the building.

Thursday, 10:10 p.m. &

A male juvenile was reported as a runaway.

Friday, 2:28 a.m. &

A man was arrested for disorderly conduct after intentionally blocking vehicular traffic on Will Dodge Way.

Friday, 2:46 a.m. &

A male adult was found passed out due to alcohol intoxication on the bench outside the Ashland Police contact station. The man was transported to the Ashland Community Hospital to be cared for until a spot at the Medford Moore Center (Detox) was open.

Friday, 4:56 a.m. &

SOU Security reported that sometime during July, someone took three ladders from Taylor Hall. The ladders are described as red with "Taylor Hall" written on them. One is 12 feet and two are 8 feet.

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