Man charged one year after Jeppesen Acres assault

Brandon McAdam has been charged with second, third, and fourth-degree assault.

Posted: Nov 8, 2019 6:25 PM
Updated: Nov 11, 2019 11:49 AM

EUGENE, Ore. -- A man has been charged in connection with an assault that took place last fall on Jeppesen Acres.

Brandon McAdam was charged with second, third and fourth-degree assault in connection with the Nov. 4, 2018, case.

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Police said they responded to calls of an assault with injury in the 2500 block of Jeppesen Acres.

In the affidavit, police reported seeing massive amounts of blood in the hallway, kitchen, two bedrooms, garage and even the attic.

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Inside the home, they also found safes and laptops covered in blood, which they said could indicate someone was trying to access them during or immediately after the assault.

Both McAdam and the other woman were so badly wounded, they were taken to the hospital at the time.

The female victim had significant trauma to her head and a black eye with a severe gash on the back of her skull.

Recently, McAdam was arrested and released from jail on a $24,500 bond, but the mystery is far from over.

Neighbors said it's confusing because after the assault, McAdam had multiple cuts all over his body including one on his arm so bad a tourniquet had to be used.

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KEZI reached out to police but they said they cannot comment at this time.

McAdam is scheduled to appear in front of a judge on Monday, Dec. 2.

KEZI spoke with McAdam, but he declined to comment at this time.

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