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Isaiah Jason Maza, Jr. is accused of assault on a federal officer by use of a dangerous weapon and depredation against U.S. government property. [Read More]
A federal appeals court has thrown out a Gresham man's confession to Multnomah County sheriff's deputies that he had shined a laser at a police... [Read More]
David Baca, the embattled chair of Linfield University's board of trustees, said he offered to resign after a faculty vote of no confidence this spring... [Read More]
Gabriel E. Agard-Berryhillalso , also known as Gabriel S. Eckert, made his first appearance in U.S. District Court in Portland Friday afternoon. [Read More]
Jami Resch, who stepped down as chief to allow Chuck Lovell to take the city's top cop's job, will be assistant chief of investigations next... [Read More]
A handful of Black leaders' voices held control of the crowd late Thursday, shifting people's focus away from the fence outside the federal courthouse and... [Read More]
Gabriel E. Agard-Berryhillalso , also known as Gabriel S. Eckert, made his first appearance in U.S. District Court in Portland Friday afternoon. [Read More]
Gabriel E. Agard-Berryhillalso , also known as Gabriel S. Eckert, made his first appearance in U.S. District Court in Portland Friday afternoon. [Read More]
U.S. District Judge Michael H. Simon set a hearing for 10 a.m. next Thursday to determine if he should extend his order that bars federal... [Read More]
Defense lawyers on Thursday challenged prosecutors' attempts to bar defendants arrested during recent protests from including lasers as weapons they're barred from carrying while... [Read More]
The atmosphere was low-key hours before the 64th straight day of demonstrations began to call for racial justice and police reform. [Read More]
Chief Chuck Lovell said he's pulling officers from patrol to assist detectives to do follow-up investigative work into the death investigations. There have been 15... [Read More]
A Multnomah County judge Thursday prohibited the city - not limited to Portland police - from "collecting or maintaining" video or audio of protesters, except... [Read More]
"I feel to some degree the arrival of the federal presence became an escalation factor,'' Chief Chuck Lovell said. "I'm hopeful that this new approach... [Read More]
.A less restrictive condition is being agreed upon that would bar defendants from being within a five-block radius of the federal courthouse during the hours... [Read More]
The American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon contends the police practice of filming and broadcasting protesters violates state law that prohibits police from collecting or... [Read More]
Federal officers will withdraw from Portland starting Thursday and state police will help guard the downtown federal courthouse, Oregon's Gov. Kate Brown announced Wednesday morning. [Read More]
The woman, her initials "P.L.," has filed a suit against the city of Portland, alleging the Police Bureau was negligent in failing to properly... [Read More]
Edward Thomas Schinzing, a 32-year-old identified by investigators partly by his last name that's tattooed across his upper back, has been charged with arson in... [Read More]
"This administration claims to be defending the federal courthouse, but won't obey the orders coming out of it," said Kelly Simon, interim legal director for... [Read More]
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