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.