Someone should tell the Medford police department before they take anyone else into custody for pre-crime.
To sum up an already short story, an ODOT worker was placed on administrative leave for being "disgruntled". While on leave he purchased several guns, which raised a red flag with the police. The next logical step? Obviously, send a SWAT team to surround his house, evacuate the neighborhood, "negotiate" with him to get him outside, take him into custody for a mental evaluation, and confiscate his guns for "safekeeping". The charges? Well, there aren't any. (Did you think the police needed something like charges to storm your house with a SWAT team, confiscate your property and take you away? What an archaic notion . . . )
It will be interesting to see if he ever gets his guns back, or if the police keep them "safe" for him on a more permanent basis.