10/5/15 Medford Shooter Gets Prison Time
A 20 year old Medford man identified by police as the shooter in an incident that prompted a lockdown at Medford High School stalling a high school football game on August 30, 2014 will be serving more jail time. Harrison Davis pleaded guilty to a felony charge of first degree recklessly endangering safety. Judge Ann Knox-Bauer sentenced Davis to 2 years and 6 months in a state prison, along with 2 years and 6 months extended supervision. He was also found guilty of bail jumping and sentenced to 9 months of jail time with the defendant to pay all sheriff and jail fees. Jail time to be concurrent with prison time. Three other charges were dismissed but read into the record. The court also ordered Davis to pay $1,963.
The incident began around 3 PM August 30, 2014 when a man called 911 to report that shots had been fired through his front door of a home near Holy Rosary School. The bullet reportedly traveled through the living room and into the kitchen but did not injure anyone. During the ensuing search for the suspect the football game at the high school was postponed for several hours with the field evacuated. Harrison Davis was arrested three hours later near the Chippewa and Taylor County line. Jail time for Davis can be served in any county of the state with no additional cost to Taylor County.