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Antifa set fires in the building where Mayor Ted Wheeler Lives as police arrests protesters after refusing to disburse

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Portland protesters were arrested after refusing to disburse after being told many, many times to do so by police in the situation that was declared an unlawful assembly.

Earlier tonight: Antifa set fires in the building where Mayor Ted Wheeler supposedly lives, prompting police to declare a riot and disburse the crowd to allow firefighters at the scene.

 

Three days ago, violence erupted in Portland when protesters set fire to a police union building.

The fires outside the police union building, which is a common protest area in Portland, Oregon, prompted police to declare violence on Saturday morning and detain several protesters.

A mattress was used to light the mattress and other debris placed at the entrance of the Portland Police Association building, a police statement said. At least one trash was also set on fire on a nearby road.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Many police officers received minor injuries, according to a statement.

The fire was extinguished and several people were arrested, police said, although exact numbers were not immediately available. The building was damaged, and a bottle containing flammable liquid was found near the scene.

Eyewitnesses said a car passed by the scene and another inside fired several shots into the air. The video posted online showed the shell shells on the street. No injuries were reported. Police said nothing about the guns in a statement on Saturday morning.

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