Detectives arrest fourth suspect in home invasion
(Update 7:07 a.m.)
On June 19th, 2019 U.S. Marshals Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force found Matthew Palomino in Medford.
Jackson County Sheriff's Office detectives lodged Palomino in jail on charges of robbery, aggravated theft, burglary, unlawful use of a weapon, menacing, and assault.
Palomino was lodged on a warrant from an unrelated case.
Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is still looking for one suspect, who they said, is connected to a home invasion which happened on March 23, 2019, at approximately 2:12 a.m.
He's identified as Matthew Jay Palomino, 22, of Shady Cove .Palomino is described as white, six feet tall, and 300 pounds in weight.
The deputies responded to a report of a robbery at a home in the 3200-block of Dodge Road in White City.
Detectives were able to identify four suspects in the robbery -- two adults and two teenagers, all but Palomino was taken into custody.
Sgt. Julie Denney of Jackson County Sheriff's Office said more information will help investigators finish this case.
"Sometimes when we have more than one suspect in a case it takes time to complete the investigation because we have more people to talk to and more evidence to gather. In this case, we already identified four suspects, three of those suspects have already been arrested and we're just looking for that fourth one so that detectives can wrap up their case."
Christian Ray Miller was one of the people involved and was arrested on June 5th after deputies used a search warrant at his home.
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