Four people arrested at Central Medford H.S.

Medford, Ore. – Four people were arrested Central Medford High School Thursday morning after a student showed up to school intoxicated.

Medford Police said at around 10:30 a.m., officers were dispatched to the school following a report that 18-year-old Paul Gonzales, who is on probation, was intoxicated.

According to MPD, the Juvenile Detention Hall requested Gonzales be detained. When an officer tried to do so, his family became disorderly and interfered with the arrest.

Police said a juvenile probation officer and a school truancy officer were present at the time.

Paul Gonzales along with 21-year-old Alexandria Gonzales, 49-year-old Christine Gonzales and 21-year-old Austin Snow, were taken into custody and lodged at the Jackson County Jail on a variety of charges, including interfering with a police officer, resisting arrest, attempting to assault a police officer and disorderly conduct.

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