30 November 2021
Law Enforcement van rolling by. A handful of demonstrators remain, not a big group tonight
The holiday shift put up a weak riot line behind the JC. A
At SW Main & 2nd where police just put out a fire set by this group and they're facing off with each other
Small group of demonstrators has gathered on SW 2nd near the PPB entrance. A small fire in the street has been put out.
Police are guarding a fire they failed to put out. Unsure why the Fire Department didn't come
Portland Police Bureau says people are blocking the entrances to the Central Precinct Building on SW 2nd Avenue
Are dispersing the crowd on the loudspeaker telling people "Move to the north"
The group started a fire in the middle of the street and @PortlandPolice just put it out
As a garbage fire burns in the street, police warn protesters over the loudspeaker not to vandalize the building or block driveways
Just issued a verbal warning to a group that is gathered downtown
According to reporter @PDocumentarians, Portland Police stopped by earlier and said the planned sweep of tents near Laurelhurst Park will not occur today Activists are organizing to prevent the sweep
Another man has lived in Portland for 20 years, and on the street near Laurelhurst Park four about 10 months He says police have targeted the community "It sucks when the policemen lure you out of your tent with a meal, and then run your name." COVID made things worse:
Protesters have gathered at Laurelhurst Park in Portland to protest a planned sweep of tents and the houseless. Laurelhurst is one of the wealthiest neighborhood's on Portland's east side
On Saturday, police said they had received dozens of calls reporting street racing in NE Portland. On Sunday, police arrested more than a dozen, cited drivers and towed 16 cars during street racing and stunting across Portland
Police make 14 arrests, tow 16 vehicles during street-racing crackdown in Portland
Sheriff: Man killed in hit-run near McMinnville, suspect sought
SE Portland shooting becomes homicide investigation on SE 33rd Avenue near SE Powell Boulevard.
Portland, Oregon Nov 8 2020
There were two protests in Portland tonight
Federal agents from DHS & ICE made another bullrush several blocks down the street and effected another arrest. One agent deployed Teargas on the 5-10 protesters remaining in the vicinity. No unlawful assembly was declared
Federal agents from DHS & ICE bullrushed out and made 2 arrests. Currently unknown what the charges are. No unlawful assembly was declared
There was a small protest of about 20-30 people in front of the ICE detention facility. One protesters went to the gate to offer chips to federal agents
One person shot in the area of 3500 Block of Southeast 33rd Avenue, according to police. No official word on their condition
Large police presence at SE 33rd & Powell, including mobile command center, reportedly for a shooting investigation
33rd and powell, there is a mobile command center and multiple police cruisers, all info I was able to get is that there was an alleged shooting, and that the investigation is too early to have any other info, 33rd going north is blocked
Firefighters have knocked down a house fire in the 5100 block of Woodcrest Ln near lake Oswego. They've searched the home and are working to put out hot spots and salvage belongings
Protest has reached cigar phase. Stop the steal attendees believe counter protesters are massing at park, but have also acknowledged two false alarms so far
Police: Man sought in shooting that wounded two Wisconsin police officers at traffic stop has been arrested @AP
1 year ago
Firefighters responded to an auto vs. ped crash on Hall Blvd SB near Scholls Ferry Road. Pedestrian sustained serious, life-threatening injuries and is headed to OHSU @MetroWestAmb. Hall Blvd is closed southbound while @BeavertonPolice investigates cause of crash
Unlawful assembly declared outside home of Portland city commissioner; Fire reported at City Hall
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