Rioting In Portland Causes Massive Damage

Photos: Portland Police & KATU

Demonstrations on Friday were peaceful has they honored George Floyd, the Minneapolis man who died being arrested by police. Protesters called on police agencies across the country the end violence against people of color.

Late Friday night, a group marched to the Police Bureau's North Precinct and then on MLK Boulevard.

A group surrounded a car and a passenger was shot. The person was hospitalized for a grazing wound, treated and released.

The crowd continue to the Multnomah County Justice Center where they broke a window and started a fire inside.

The fire was put out and police dispersed the crowd, but they went to Pioneer Place Mall.

The group broke into the mall and looted several stores.

Police made several arrests and more arrests are expected.

As of 5 a.m. these are the 13 people who were booked:

  • William L. Isham, 32 years-old-Cited for Interfering with a Peace Officer and Disorderly Conduct II
  • Noah Wendrow-20 years old-Riot
  • Alexis Parra-Castillo-25 year old-Riot
  • Latrae Robinson- 28-year old-Riot, Theft I, Burglary II
  • David McDougald-30 year-old-Warrants for DUII, Reckless Driving, Reckless Endangerment
  • Jason Arbaza- year old-Riot, Theft I, Interfering with Police Officer
  • Dayla Hester-19 year-old-Burglary II, Theft I, Riot
  • Jamal Hampton-23 years-old-Burglary II, Theft I, Riot
  • Travis Hessel-27 years-old-Burglary II, Theft I, Riot
  • Jason Mitchell-40 years-old- Burglary II, Theft I, Riot
  • Michelle Strong-30 years-old-Burglary I, Theft I, Trespass II
  • Willie Anderson Brown-29 year-old-Riot, Burglary II, Theft I, Possession of a Controlled Substance (Methamphetamine), Trespass II, Disorderly Conduct II, and a Warrrant
  • Joshua Feala- Riot, Burglary II, Theft I, Disorderly Conduct II, Interfering with Police Officer

More arrests are expected.

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"We know what sparked the original demonstration and we provided space for those who needed to express grief," said Acting Chief Chris Davis. "The mass destruction we saw tonight in our City is unacceptable. Anger at the police is one thing; destroying our City is another. We know our community as a whole does not condone mass destruction. In the coming days, we will be increasing our police presence, leaning on our partners, and working with the community to restore safety."

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