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14 Arrested During Protests in Downtown Portland on Sunday

Monday, June 05, 2017

 

Portland Police arrested 7 people during Sunday's protests

Seven people were arrested during multiple protests in Downtown Portland on Sunday afternoon. 

The Arrests

On Sunday June 4, several people were arrested during multiple protests that were held in Downtown Portland. The three protest events were held in Terry Schrunk Plaza, City Hall, and Chapman Square and over the course of several hours, 14 arrests were made at a variety of locations due to criminal behavior. 

The following people were arrested and will be arraigned in Multnomah County Court on June 9: 

  • 19-year-old Brooks Christopher Klehr was arrested on Southwest Main Street, 3rd to 4th Avenues, on charges of Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree and Carrying a Concealed Weapon. 
  • 45-year-old Derek Wayne Christensen was arrested at Southwest 2nd Avenue and Jefferson Street on a charge of Carrying a Concealed Weapon. 
  • 34-year-old Kellan C. McDonald was arrested at Southwest 2nd Avenue and Main Street on a charge of Interfering with a Peace Officer. 
  • 22-year-old Henry James Best was arrested at Terry Schrunk Plaza on a charge of Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree. Best was also given a federal criminal citation. 
  • 46-year-old Kim Michael Sorgente was arrested at Southwest 3rd Avenue and Madison Street on a charge of Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree. 
  • 31-year-old Mark Anthony Richardson was arrested at Terry Schrunk Plaza on a charge of Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree. Richardson was also given a federal criminal citation. 
  • 20-year-old Andrew Ellott McLoughlin was arrested at Southwest 4th Avenue and Madison Street on charges of Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree and Harassment. 
  • 30-year-old Jordyn Suzanna Hidgon-Luckey was arrested at Southwest 4th Avenue and Salmon Street on a charge of Disorderly Conduct in the First Degree. 
  • 30-year-old Kelly Marshall Baur was arrested at Southwest 4th Avenue and Alder Street on charges of Interfering with a Peace Officer, Harassment, and Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree. 
  • 21-year-old Forrest Gabriel Ramona Smith was arrested at Southwest 3rd Avenue and Morrison Street on a charge of Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree. 
  • 35-year-old Jeremy Daniel Ibarra was arrested at Southwest 3rd Avenue and Morrison Street on a charge of Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree. 

 

In addition, three others were given federal criminal citations by Federal Protective Service (FPS) officers and released: 

  • 26-year-old Alex Anthony Fitzgibbon 
  • 23-year-old Timothy Francis Ledwith 
  • 35-year-old Corey David McGee 

 

The intent of law enforcement was to provide a safe environment for all participants, non-participants, and community members while ensuring the peaceful exercise of the First Amendment.

Groups at Portland's City Hall and Terry Schrunk Plaza were largely peaceful, while a group at Chapman Square required significant attention from law enforcement.

During the course of police action, in response to a significant amount of projectiles being thrown, less lethal munitions, including "pepper ball" and aerial distraction devices (ADD) were used by police. 

 

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