The man suspected of stabbing his wife and four children and setting his house on fire is recovering at a Medford hospital. Medford Police chief Tim George spoke with KBND's Lars Larson Tuesday on his radio show. “The suspect, who is in a local hospital is still in a recovery mode. So as soon as he recovers then we'll be making an announcement as to what the charges are and we'll be transporting him to jail." George said that after pulling the family out of the burning home, emergency personnel worked for over a half hour on the victims, but realized that the smoke inhalation wasn't the only cause and transported the victims to the hospital where they were pronounced dead. Jordan Adam Criado, 51, of Medford is suspected of the crime. Dead are his wife, Tabasha Paige-Criado, 30, and their four children: Elijah Criado, 7, Isaac Criado, 6, Andrew Criado, 5, and Aurora Criado, 2. Apparently, Jordan Cirado was arrested in 1989 and pled guilty in 1990 to eight counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a child under14. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison.