April 17, 2022 00:56
A group caused significant damage in North Portland, including broken windows, graffiti, and an arson fire at North Precinct.
On Saturday, April 16, 2022 at about 8:00p.m. a group gathered in Peninsula Park, 700 North Rosa Parks Way. About 9:00p.m., members of the group began to march. Some suspects vandalized a coffee shop in the 6000 block of Northeast Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, including breaking windows and launching explosive devices at the building. A bank in the 5700 block of Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard was defaced with graffiti. Another bank, also in the 5700 block of Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, had its windows broken. Three bus shelters were damaged.
The group made its way to Portland Police North Precinct, where one or more suspects started an arson fire in a dumpster. Officers responded and tried to put out the flames with fire extinguishers, but were unsuccessful. Portland Fire and Rescue responded to fully extinguish the flames. Numerous street signs were also scrawled with graffiti.
No arrests were immediately made, but the investigation is continuing. If anyone has information about these crimes, including photos, video, or suspect information, please e-mail email@example.com and reference case number 22-101241.
1. a dumpster with large column of orange flame and grey smoke burns on the lower level of a parking garage
2. A Portland firefighter uses a hose to spray down a burning dumpster
3. A coffee shop's windows are broken
4. Scorch marks from incendiary devices used on a coffee shop window
5. Coffee shop glass door and side window shattered
6. A bus shelter with shattered glass
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