Douglas County District Attorney Rick Wesenberg said Thursday that a Douglas County grand jury concluded that the use of deadly force by each officer involved in a shootout on March 9 in the Green District was justified.
The FBI is renewing its hunt for a man who is now 54, but disappeared after being arrested in Douglas County in 1998 on rape, sodomy and burglary charges.
Two suspects are in custody Saturday after an attempted carjacking at a Roseburg Red Robin and a high-speed pursuit that continued to Grants Pass where Oregon State Police say a suspect fired a weapon several times, striking a commercial vehicle, a passenger vehicle with an occupied car seat…
Two suspects involved in two failed carjacking attempts, a high-speed chase to Grants Pass, a shooting and an assault on Saturday, are in custody. They are suspects in a multi-state series of violent crimes according to the Oregon State Police.
A Grants Pass man was arrested earlier this month after driving recklessly on Interstate 5 and speeding away from police multiple times after getting pulled over.
An older friend convinces some teenagers to travel to a rural area to “party,” removes their shoes and other belongings and insists they must pay for the drugs and alcohol they consumed by sleeping with his friends.
A woman who sued over allegations of mistreatment at the Douglas County Jail has reached a settlement with the county, the American Civil Liberties Union announced Thursday.
A Myrtle Creek police officer has been arrested after forcing at least six children to send him sexually explicit photos and sexually abusing a seventh, according to court documents.
A Grants Pass man was arrested over the weekend after he allegedly assaulted a man who he thought had raped his girlfriend, according to police.
The man who led police on a high-speed chase while driving an allegedly stolen pickup truck hooked up to a stolen trailer was arrested Monday, according to court documents.
A few days after the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office began accepting Text-to-911, a Roseburg woman was arrested for falsely reporting a mass murder, according to the sheriff’s office.
This year, Oregon legislators will consider banning adults younger than 21 from buying guns. They’ll also decide whether to mandate that guns be kept under lock and key.
Three students who falsely reported a potential shooting at Joseph Lane Middle School have been charged with first-degree disorderly conduct, according to the Roseburg Police Department.
Police responded to a reported shooting underneath the Stewart Parkway bridge Sunday afternoon after two victims claimed they had been shot during an incident at a homeless camp in the area.
A Roseburg man was arrested early Friday morning after allegedly refusing to leave the hospital after being discharged, according to police.
A Roseburg man crashed the street sweeper he was driving into a power pole early Tuesday morning, according to the Roseburg Police Department.
The Roseburg Police Department has arrested a 17-year-old male Wednesday in connection with the Tuesday robbery of a Dutch Bros. coffee kiosk on Northeast Diamond Lake Boulevard.
A woman driving a suspected stolen white Ford pickup led officers on a pursuit Saturday before losing control and rolling the pickup onto its side next to the Travelodge on West Harvard Avenue in Roseburg.
A Roseburg man was sentenced to more than eight years in prison after pleading guilty to three counts of first-degree rape in Douglas County Circuit Court Wednesday.
The Roseburg woman who allegedly stole an ambulance and rammed a police car pleaded not guilty to her crimes in Douglas County Circuit Court on Tuesday.
City Council said Monday it will try again to convince Uber and Lyft to come to Roseburg. The companies refused to begin service in the area after objecting to regulations the city adopted this summer.
The man who threatened to shoot himself during a four-hour armed standoff with police later said he didn’t stop during a pursuit because he has post-traumatic stress disorder and feels anxious around police, according to court documents.
An armed standoff that lasted nearly five hours ended peacefully in Green after police convinced a man accused of stealing a Ford pickup and attempting to elude police gave himself up at the north end of Carnes Road in Green.
Police are still looking for the male who robbed a woman at knifepoint Tuesday afternoon in the Albertson's parking lot on Northeast Stewart Parkway, Roseburg.