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Last Update Sunday, January 21st, 2018
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Pat Heumann, Research Coordinator of the Josephine County Historical Society, examines the grave markers that were turned over to the organization by police earlier this week.

Got time on your hands? Want to help solve a local mystery?

The public is being asked to help identify the few remaining grave markers that have yet to be identified from a criminal case last year. Other memorials in the case have already been traced to local cemeteries.

The markers were discovered inside the house of Matthew Jason Millwood, 49, during an April 2017 Rogue Area Drug Enforcement Team search of his home on Southwest Isham Street in Grants Pass. Read More »

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