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Medford Gunman Makes Court Appearance


  The 19 year old Medford man, who is the alleged gunman in Saturday's Medford city shooting, was in Taylor County Court Tuesday morning, September 2nd.  Taylor County District Attorney Kristi Tlusty indicated that Harrison Davis is facing serious felony charges and felt that a significant bail was justified.  She requested bond to be set at $50,000 cash.  Further, she requested that Davis have no contact with Jason Crabb or Michelle Dyer.

  Judge Anne Knox-Bauer agreed with the D.A. and ordered Davis be held in the Taylor County Jail with bond set at $50,000 cash.  Davis is to have no contact with either Jason Crabb or Michelle Dyer. He is prohibited from posessing firearms.

  Harrison Davis' initial court appearance is set for Tuesday, September 23rd at 1:00 P.M.

  Davis is accused of shooting into a Park Avenue home in the city of Medford on Saturday afternoon, then fleeing the scene, eventually crashing his car near the Chippewa and Taylor County line. Reports indicated that three sheriff's dogs tracked down Davis, who was apprehended in a swamp without further incident.

Shooting in Medford ***UPDATED***


  On Saturday, August 30th at 2:56 P.M., the Taylor County Dispatch Center received a 911 call of shots being fired into a house in the 500 block of South Park Avenue in the City of Medford.  Officers responded to the scene and during  their investigation they received information regarding a suspect and vehicle information.  From witness statements and electronic tracking, law enforcement officers were able to determine the direction of travel of the suspect and eventually located the suspect's vehicle in the ditch of the 35000 block of County Highway M in Chippewa County.

  Saturday night at approximately 6:15 P.M.,  law enforcement officers from the Chippewa County Sheriff's Department, Taylor County Sheriff's Department, Medford Police Department and the Department of Natural Resources arrested 19 year old, Harrison C. Davis of 767 Gibson Street, Medford.  

  Harrison Davis is being referred to the Taylor County District Attorney for 1st degree reckless endangering safety, discharging a firearm in a school zone and discharge of a firearm into a building.

  The shooting incident,  which occured in the 500 block of South Park Avenue in the City of Medford, was within 1000 feet of Holy Rosary Catholic School which is a violation of discharging a firearm in a school zone.  During the shooting students were not in the school but it was later reported there were people setting up for mass within Holy Rosary Catholic Church.

  A Medford High School varsity football game was in progress at the time of the shooting.  As a precaution, the game was suspended, tied 14-14, in the first overtime period and the players, coaching staffs and fans were taking into the Medford Area Senior High School and put on lockdown. Support staff and the radio announcers were put under lock down in the press box.  The lockdown lasted about two hours.  When the all clear signal was given, the game was allowed to resume with Chippewa Falls defeating Medford 22-14 in overtime.

  Harrison Davis remains in custody at the Taylor County Sheriff's Department Jail.

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