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Onion Mountain Fire over 1,900 acres
UPDATE Sept. 15 11:23 a.m. -- Fire is now at 1,954 acres.

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By KTVL Staff/KTVL.com

UPDATE (Sept. 15, 7:30 a.m.): Advisory evacuations are now in effect for areas affected by the Onion Mountain Fire. Advisory evacuations mean to "be ready" in the case of a mandatory evacuation. The following areas are under an advisory evacuation:

The entire Pickett Creek area, including Pickett Creek Rd., West Pickett Creek Rd. and all roads off of those. Everything north of the Robertson Bridge on the west side of the Rogue River. 

All of the Shan Creek Rd. system from Riverbanks Rd. to the west. Riverbanks Rd. from Limpy Creek Rd. to the Robertson Bridge. 

All of the Taylor Creek Rd. road system from Galice Road, including connection to the 2509 Road that enters Hwy. 199 at the top of Hayes Hill. 

UPDATE (Sept. 14, 3:53 p.m.) -- Fire now over 200 acres. No structures threatened. Road closures in effect. Communication towers are threatened. 

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ORIGINAL STORY (Sept. 14): GRANTS PASS, OR—Last night, winds pushed the Onion Mountain Fire to the northwest, crossing over Forest Road 2509 and threatening the Onion Mountain repeater. The fire is estimated to be over 100 acres in size; an infrared flight has been ordered for this evening to provide more accurate acreage. 

Six engines, three 20-person crews, four heavy helicopters, rappellers and smokejumpers quickly responded to the Onion Mountain Fire yesterday.  A total of three air tankers worked the Onion Mountain Fire yesterday. A Type 2 Incident Management Team (Ross Williams) will receive their inbriefing at noon today prior to assuming management of the fire. 

Additional resources have been ordered along with the incident management team.  Firefighting resources are currently staged at the Sam Brown Campground; a closure order is pending. The Onion Mountain Fire is located west of the Onion Mountain Lookout in rugged terrain with road access. No structures are threatened and the cause of the fire remains under investigation."

Woman arrested after stealing SUV with kids inside
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. (AP) -- A 23-year-old Springfield woman is in Lane County Jail on Monday, after she allegedly stole an SUV over the weekend with a 17-year-old and a 2-year-old sleeping inside it.

   Springfield police say the teen woke up to find a stranger driving the SUV. He asked the woman to let him and the toddler out of the vehicle, but she refused. The woman later crashed the car into a fence and fled.

   The Register-Guard says the teen used his cellphone to take a photo of the driver, which officers later used to confirm the suspect's identity. Two other witnesses also helped lead police to the woman after they became suspicious when she took the SUV from the parking lot and pointed out her green minivan.

   Tamela Mae Trice was lodged into jail Saturday night on kidnapping, resisting arrest and other charges.

Oberon's tavern cited for noise complaint
Justin Matthews/KTVL.com

ASHLAND, Ore.- Ashland Police Officers responded to Oberon's Tavern shortly after midnight Sunday morning, when they received a noise complaint from a resident who lived on Granite Street.

The complaint was loud singing, clapping, and chords from a banjo.

It is rare for police to receive noise complaints from the downtown area, but there is a city ordinance in place to protect residents near the plaza from disturbances, said police.

"[The ordinance] establishes a time from of 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. where if the noise is unnecessary or raucus, it does violate that portion of the ordinance," said Ashland Police Sargeant Bob Smith."

Police attribute the louder-than-usual noise to music being played on the tavern's back deck, which sits outdoors on Calle Guanajuato.


Counterfeit bills used at Guitar Center
Justin Matthews/KTVL.com

MEDFORD, Ore.- Medford Police responded to Guitar Center Saturday for a fraud report.

The suspect used 20, one-hundred dollar bills to purchase $2,000 worth of music equipment, and Guitar Center did not realize the money was fake until the next day, says Police.

To check if bills are counterfeit or not, police say to watch out for raised lettering on bills, the money's microprinting, security strips, or water marks.

"They can hold the bill up to the light to see if the security strip is inside the bill, if the security strip denomination matched the denomination printed on the bill, feel the paper, a lot of times that is a clue as well," said Medford Police Sgt. DJ Graham.

Where the bills came from and who made the purchase is still under investigation.

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