Tales from the Rural Patrol

(Editor’s note: Factual information for ‘Tales’ is provided by the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office. All persons listed are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Charges can be amended or dismissed.)

*Publisher’s Note: For decades, Illinois Valley News has published our unique version of the log entries from Josephine County Sheriff’s Office. Tales from the Rural Patrol kept the community informed and doled out public floggings via satire. Technology has changed the process. Log entries with the new JCSO reporting system are now limited to citations and arrests.
The I.V. News has spoken to Sheriff Daniel and he is working to get the information we have become accustomed to. Stay tuned! ~djm

Friday, Dec. 22
*No cites or arrests.

Saturday, Dec. 23
*No cites or arrests.
Sunday, Dec. 24
*No cites or arrests.

Monday, Dec. 25
*No cites or arrests.

Tuesday, Dec. 26
*A man was evicted from the 8600 block of Takilma Road following a relationship breakup. His belongings were placed in storage, but at 10:50 a.m. he claimed that kitchen knives, utensils, tackle boxes, and $2,625 were missing. He wanted to press charges for criminal mischief.

Wednesday, Dec. 27
*No cites or arrests.

Thursday, Dec. 28
*No cites or arrests.

Friday, Dec. 29
*Ross Allen was arrested following an incident near the 1200 block of Green Valley Drive at 7:30 p.m. Allen was detained at Josephine County Jail (JCJ) on charges of menacing and second-degree criminal trespass.
Saturday, Dec. 30
*Two men were warned for unlawful collection of forest products (no permits) near Happy Camp Road/Takilma Road at 2:31 p.m. Their vehicle was towed for suspended license and no insurance. David Lesley Ingram had a warrant from Jackson County Sheriff’s Office for failure to appear (FTA) for probation violation (PV) for third-degree theft, so he was detained at JCJ. Justin Dwaine Eidem, AKA Adam Hackworth, was wanted by Jackson County Sheriff’s Office for PV for fourth-degree domestic violence assault, so he was detained at JCJ for that warrant plus an additional charge for providing false information to a peace officer.

Sunday, Dec. 31
*At 12:20 a.m. a man notified Josephine County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) that a woman took his nail gun and wouldn’t give it back. He was warned for misuse of 911 and told that he would be contacted by a deputy after 8 a.m. When the deputy arrived near the 1000 block of Eight Dollar Mountain Road at 1:37 p.m., he reminded Edward Jay Grubb of his misdemeanor warrant from JCSO for FTA for driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII). Grubb was cited to appear at Josephine County Circuit Court (JCCC) Jan. 18.

Monday, January 1
*No cites or arrests.