Sep. 5—A SWAT staff entered an condominium within the 3100 block of Juniper Ridge Drive early Sunday morning and arrested suspect Carlos Sanders after he fired gunshots into the air as officers approached, in accordance with Medford police.
Simply after 9 p.m. Saturday, Sanders reported his condominium was burglarized and that he had confronted a neighbor he suspected of the crime.
As two officers responding to the scene walked towards the condominium, Sanders fired a number of rounds from a handgun into the air, retreated into his condominium and barricaded himself inside, in accordance with police. Neighbors have been evacuated.
“SWAT and disaster negotiators responded to the scene, however negotiations weren’t efficient,” police mentioned.
The SWAT staff pressured entry by the entrance door round 3 a.m. and took Sanders into custody utilizing nonlethal means.
Sanders was booked into Jackson County jail on costs of disorderly conduct and illegal use of a firearm. Further costs have been filed together with interfering with an officer, reckless endangering and 5 menacing costs. He’s being held on $42,500 bail.
On social media Sunday morning, Medford police mentioned Saturday was an “unusually busy night time.”
Kayla Ellis, 31, was arrested on costs of assaulting an officer and prison trespass at Lava Lanes.
After Ellis was taken into custody on suspicion of disorderly conduct on the bowling alley Saturday, “she was in a position to kick an officer within the face twice,” Medford police posted in a social media replace. “The officer is OK.”
In one other a part of city, a car caught fireplace after crashing right into a pole on the intersection of Stewart Avenue and Newtown Avenue.
Officers pulled the driving force from the car and Medford Fireplace-Rescue emergency responders freed the second occupant utilizing a hydraulic rescue software. Each occupants have been unconscious. The passenger sustained severe accidents.
Medford police mentioned alcohol was a contributing issue to the crash. The incident stays below investigation.
Police additionally reported one DUI arrest Saturday night time, two arrests for home violence and one incident of a car eluding officers.