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News Release
Brodie Miller
Brodie Miller
Shooting Incident (Photo) - 06/18/21

On June 11, 2021, at approximately 11:00pm, officers from the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety responded to the 200 block of Grandview Avenue for a report of multiple shots fired. Officers quickly checked the area for any victims and the suspect(s).  Officers confirmed there were no injuries.  

GPDPS Detectives responded to the scene to conduct further investigation.  This investigation is in its early stages with detectives continuing to follow up all leads.  Further information will be relayed as it becomes available. 

On June 17, 2021, Detectives with GPDPS served a warrant at 1849 Harbeck Road in connection to the June 11th shooting.  During the course of the warrant service, Detectives were able to obtain evidence linking William "Brodie" Miller to the shooting at the intersection of Harbeck Road and Grandview Avenue.    At the time of the warrant service, Miller was in custody at the Josephine County Jail on an unrelated manner.

Miller was re-contacted at the jail and lodged on additional charges of Unlawful Use/Carry of a Dangerous Weapon and Menacing.  

We are asking for the public to continue to call and report any suspicious activity. 

Anyone who may have been in the SE area of Grants Pass or with any additional  information is encouraged to call Detective Shali Marshall at 541-450-6260.  Additionally, the Department of Public Safety would like to assure citizens the recent shooting incidents have the highest priority for our personnel.

Attached Media Files: Brodie Miller
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