The Douglas County Courthouse closed Tuesday after Gov. Kate Brown’s announcement of new restrictions intended to slow the spread of the COVID-19.
Savino David DeSantiago, 34, of Winston was arraigned Monday in a Douglas County courtroom on two counts of first-degree murder with a firearm, two counts of unlawful use of a weapon with a firearm and one count of being felon in possession of a firearm for allegedly fatally shooting two peo…
A Reedsport man was arrested last week after allegedly kidnapping, raping and sodomizing a woman he knew, according to the Reedsport Police Department.
A former Parrott House employee was arrested on suspicion of more than 60 criminal charges, including first-degree theft and aggravated identity theft, after he allegedly used the restaurant’s bank account to pay off his credit card, according to court documents filed last month.
A pretrial hearing for a Riddle woman accused of sexual abuse of a 14-year-old boy has been delayed for two weeks after her attorney didn’t show up for court Tuesday morning.
Roseburg Public Schools will enter into arbitration with ex-employee Elaine Logan regarding a breach of contract lawsuit initiated by the school district in November 2019.
A former worker at the Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley in Roseburg has been sentenced to 70 months in prison for child sex abuse charges that involved a 14-year-old girl.
One day after a Cottage Grove woman filed a lawsuit against a man who smashed into an Interstate 5 median and sent concrete blocks flying into oncoming traffic in 2018, a Myrtle Creek man injured in the wreck did the same.
A Roseburg man has been sentenced to more than six years in prison after agreeing to a plea deal in the shooting death of his friend. The incident occurred more than two years ago and was livestreamed on the internet.
A burglar made himself a chimichanga and drank some Chivas whiskey Sunday night after he broke into a local Mexican restaurant in Roseburg, according to a police report.
The woman who allegedly stole a backpack and a gun from inside Roseburg High School in April told the Douglas County Circut Court she underwent psychological torture, gang stalking and police harassment leading to the moment where she took the items from a closet at the school.
A trial has been set for next April for a Happy Valley man accused of multiple counts of encouraging child sexual abuse and possession of methamphetamine.
A Douglas County judge sentenced a 20-year-old Glide man to prison for a drunken-driving crash in September that seriously injured his passenger near Tenmile.
The federal government must harvest more timber and share the revenue with Douglas and other Oregon counties, a federal district judge has ruled.
A woman who worked as a clerk at a Roseburg market is suing the market and its manager for creating a hostile work environment that reportedly included acts of sexual assault and battery, and sexual harassment against her.
A Douglas County judge is considering two motions by Atrio Health Plans, Inc., to move a lawsuit filed in Douglas County against Optima, LLC, to Marion County and to consolidate the lawsuit with one that Atrio filed against Optima.
A Portland man will spend the next 7.5 years in prison after pleading guilty to drug charges in a Douglas County court Tuesday morning to avoid federal prosecution.
A 36-year-old Glendale woman was arrested Thursday after allegedly breaking into Glendale High School and stealing school supplies from student lockers after a homecoming dance.
A Roseburg woman is suing Walmart for $550,000 after allegedly slipping on spilled sugar in 2017, according to documents filed with the Douglas County Circuit Court on Monday.
Because of a new indictment against a Josephine County man already serving a 12½ year prison term for sexually abusing a minor in Josephine County, he now faces up to 68 charges in Douglas County.
ALBANY — A class-action lawsuit demanding the state harvest more timber on 654,000 acres of forest trust lands and share that revenue with 14 counties began Thursday in Linn County Circuit Court.
The defense attorney for the Roseburg man accused of live-streaming the death of his friend in 2017 asked for more time to consider new information ahead of a hearing where the defendant might have offered a new plea.
Jamie Todd Adams, a 44-year-old former Glide School District maintenance worker, was sentenced to 12½ years in prison for sexually abusing his stepdaughter.