Medford Police: 4 Arrested in Riot Involving Knives, Bats, Clubs

Juvenal Adan Vega

On Sunday, 08/21/2011, at 0351 hours (3:51 a.m.) Medford Police Officers responded to a reported fight at 430 S. Columbus Avenue involving 15-20 subjects with weapons. The weapons reported to having been used were knives, bats, and clubs.

Arriving officers found several subjects fleeing the area. Witnesses stated that they believed the fight started over some “disrespectful” words said to a female.

No serious injuries were suffered by any of the involved individuals. Suspected weapons were seized.

Lodged at the Jackson County Jail on suspicion of Riot and Disorderly Conduct were:

    Additionally, lodged at the Jackson County Jail on suspicion of Disorderly Conduct was:

  • Miranda Lynn Paredes

    Miranda Lynn Paredes: 31 y.o.a., of Medford (recent arrest on 3/22/11)

The investigation is still continuing.

-from press release

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3 Responses

  1. Avatar rmv says:

    CALLING ARIZONA!!

    911

    hello?

    IS SHERIFF JOE THERE?

    no, not right now.

    OK, PLEASE TELL HIM WE ARE SENDING

    "FOUR" MORE (INNOCENT ?) PEOPLE TO

    HIM, AND HAVE "FOUR'" MORE PINK SUITS READY!

    BYE! 🙂

  2. Avatar pmarshall says:

    So, now Medford Has "them". Wherever they go, crime seems to follow.