Southern Oregon Man Charged With Second-degree Attempted Murder After Shooting Alleged Theft.(Latest News)

On Saturday night around the Williams, a Southern Oregon man who shot a suspected thief and is being booked with a Second-Degree charge for attempting murder.

Jackson County Sheriff's Office Stated that his office attendants received a report of gunfire and an overspeeding car on Thompson Creek Road, the north side of 6000 blocks, on Saturday before 10 p.m.

The wounded man being shot reached a house and knocked on the door on the 17000 block of Highway 238. The resident informed the police about the injured person immediately.

Oregon State Police Josephine County Sheriff’s Office took quick action and send an immediately a Mercy Flights ambulance and referred an injured person to the local hospital for treatment.

the shooting man informed the police and said he shot a man who allegedly stole items from his property and blocked the traffic on Thompson Creek Road.

The 64-year-old shooter, Douglas Brinton Walker, is an inhabitant of Williams, Oregon, and was arrested by police later and detained at the Jackson County Jail.

Multiple agencies are investigating this case. After the proper verification, they will inform the media after two-three days.