Civil Disturbance in Downtown and Lloyd Districts-Dozens of Arrests Made

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May 31, 2020 03:45

  

On May 30, 2020, demonstrators began gathering in downtown Portland around 5:30 p.m. and quickly became confrontational and aggressive with PPB officers who were providing security for the Justice Center.

At about 6:45 p.m., PPB officers who were assigned to protect the Justice Center were approached by a large group of several hundred demonstrators. The demonstrators threw projectiles at the officers and assaulted a PPB police officer.

An unlawful assembly was declared and demonstrators were admonished to leave the area or force would be used against them. Demonstrators continued to throw projectiles at police officers and Riot Control Agents were deployed. The demonstrators dispersed from the area where officers were securing the Justice Center, but continued to gather and regroup throughout the evening in both the Downtown and Lloyd Districts.

At 8:00 p.m., it was announced the Mayor's curfew order was in place and people needed to leave the city of Portland. Persons who did not leave, would be subject to arrest.

At about 9:00 p.m., there was a shooting near Southwest Hawthorne Boulevard and Water Avenue where a male was shot in the chest, which was determined not to be related to the demonstration, but was nearby. For more information about this incident see prior press release: www.portlandoregon.gov/police/news/read.cfm?id=250816

At about 11:35 p.m. aerial mortars and fireworks were thrown at the Multnomah County Courthouse. Officers were able to disperse the crowd in this area by using Riot Control Agents.

For approximately five hours, demonstrators vandalized businesses in the Downtown and Lloyd Districts. Fires were set, windows were smashed out, business were looted, and barricades were moved from construction sites to block streets and traffic. Officers made dozens of arrests related to this criminal activity.

PPB members were joined in partnership by members of the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office, Washougal Police Department, and Oregon State Police. Members of the Gresham Police Department and the Washington County Sheriff's Office assisted with handling emergency calls for service during the event. These teams effectively worked together to make 48 arrests:

* David Woodman, 24-year-old, Theft III, interfering with a Peace Officer, and Riot
* Patrick Hill, 49-year-old, Disorderly Conduct, Interfering with a Peace Officer, and Resist Arrest
* Hayley Hyufe, 24-year-old, Interfering with a Peace Officer and Disorderly Conduct
* Minira Alsaud, 19-year-old, Disorderly Conduct
* Talib Pierson, 19-year-old, Disorderly Conduct and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Keton Orozco, 21-year-old, Disorderly Conduct, Interfering with a Peace Officer, Resist arrest and Riot
* Anna Von Ravensberg, 24-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Nicole Rodrigue,z 24-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Cherish Shaner, 29-year-old, Curfew
* Alan Grimold, 22-year-old, Curfew, Interfering with a Peace Officer, Possession of a controlled substance
* Alex Hamelbring, 21-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Steven Cadoreth, 41-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Sarah Treadgold, 20-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Abe Thomas, 25-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Sierra Foster, 21-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Elijah Castillo, 22-year-old, Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Maria Castro Mendoza, 19-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Kyla Lovitt, 19-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Christian DeSantiago, 23-year-old, Riot, Escape III, and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Peter Sayre, 23-year-old, Riot and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Michael Hibbs, 26-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Ryan Nilsen, 23-year-old, Interfering with a Peace Officer and Harassment
* Ahanuna Andrews, 24-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Dalton Jones, 19-year-old, Burglary II, Riot, Theft I
* Abbott Rachampbell, 30-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Aimee Borrington, 32-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Lennon Rose, 22-year-old, Riot and Burglary II
* Mike English-Mills, 24-year-old, Riot and Burglary II
* Mitchell Drinkwater, 31-year-old, Riot, Burglary II, Theft I
* Pete Lent, 21-year-old, Reckless Burning and Curfew
* Rosa Nova, 22-year-old, Burglary II
* Anna Ortiz, 20-year-old, Burglary II
* Yorkdi Borilla, 23-year-old, Burglary II
* Colin Young, 21-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Joseph Miller, 25-year-old, Curfew, Disorderly Conduct, and Harassment
* Jose Zurita-Osorio, 31-year-old, Burglary II, Riot, Theft I
* James Winecoff, 29-year-old, Curfew, Interfering with a Peace Officer, and Disorderly Conduct
* Steve Nguyen, 21-year-old, Riot and Burglary II
* Quinn Brooks, 20-year-old, Curfew
* Kaden Sorenson, 24-year-old, Curfew
* Pierce William, 21-year-old, Riot and Burg II
* Michael Heckman, 31-year-old, Curfew, Interfering with a Peace Officer, and Disorderly Conduct
* Jeffe Abel, 21-year-old, Curfew and Interfering with a Peace Officer
* Skye Brooks, 18-year-old, Curfew
* Patrick Fletcher, 18-year-old, Disorderly Conduct and Curfew
* Chad Dehler, 19-year-old, Curfew
* Joseph Johnson, 19-year-old, Theft I and Riot
* Miraile Alford-Lewis, 21-year-old, Riot and Burglary II

Nine juveniles were detained during the events and were released to parents related to offenses of Curfew, Interfering with a Peace Officer, Disorderly Conduct, Riot, Burglary, and theft.

"PPB and partner agencies demonstrated professionalism and courage while managing a civil disturbance in the Downtown and Lloyd Districts" said Chief Jami Resch. "The actions taken to disperse the crowd and make arrests of those engaged in criminal activity had a major impact on mitigating serious injuries and preventing wide-spread looting. I am extremely proud of all of our public safety agencies who worked in collaboration to keep Portland safe during this civil disturbance."

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