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Crime Portland man, 18, charged with assaulting US marshal during courthouse protest

05:30  04 august  2020
05:30  04 august  2020 Source:   foxnews.com

Portand protests: 18 people face federal charges after arrests at courthouse

  Portand protests: 18 people face federal charges after arrests at courthouse A total of eighteen people face federal charges for their alleged roles during protests this week at the US Courthouse in Portland, according to the office of the US Attorney for the District of Oregon. © Nathan Howard/Getty Images PORTLAND, OR - JULY 20: A federal officer pepper sprays a protester in front of the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse on July 20, 2020 in Portland, Oregon. The federal police response to the ongoing protests against racial inequality has been criticized by city and state elected officals.

A total of eighteen people face federal charges for their alleged roles during protests this week at the US Courthouse in Portland , according to the office of the Four people are accused of assaulting an officer. Another faces an arson charge . Most are charged with failing to comply with a lawful order

Federal authorities on July 31 charged a man with arson for tossing a bomb at the federal courthouse in downtown Portland after discovering an online A Portland man has been charged with arson after throwing a large explosive device at the Hatfield Federal Courthouse during a protest on July

An 18-year-old man in Portland has been charged with assaulting a federal officer with a dangerous weapon and willfully damaging government property after his explosive device allegedly blasted both of a deputy U.S. Marshal’s legs, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Oregon.

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Protesters breach fence of federal courthouse in Portland as authorities declare riot

  Protesters breach fence of federal courthouse in Portland as authorities declare riot Protests intensified in Portland, Ore., on Saturday as thousands of people gathered outside a federal courthouse that has for weeks been the site of violent clashes between federal law enforcement and demonstrators. The Portland Police Department declared a riot in the city early Sunday, shortly after a group of protestors toppled part of a fence outside the Mark O. Hatfield Federal Courthouse. The police said that the riot was declared in response to the "violent conduct" of people who were creating "grave risk of public alarm."At around 1 a.m.

A Portland , Ore., man was charged in a criminal complaint Friday with allegedly throwing an “No legitimate protest message is advanced by throwing a large explosive device against a government The explosion started a fire inside the courthouse , prompting federal officers to collect samples of the

Authorities announced on July 31 that an 18 -year-old Portland man was charged with arson after footage from a protest on Wednesday, July 28 He was charged “by criminal complaint with using fire to maliciously damage the Mark O. Hatfield U . S . Courthouse in downtown Portland on July 28, 2020

Isaiah Jason Maza, Jr., removed plywood sheeting attached to the front of the building to protect its already damaged façade the morning on July 22, the attorney’s office said.

After pulling back the plywood, authorities said, Maza tried to kick in the window and then punched it with a metal object and then with an alleged hammer.

After the window was broken, Maza carried a cylindrical object and allegedly lit a fuse before putting it inside the broken window.

The object exploded near law enforcement officers leaving the building through the broken window, injuring the marshal.

Maza was chased by cops and arrested less than one block from the courthouse.

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The assault charge is punishable by up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine; the property damage charge is punishable by 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

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  Wall of Moms Sues Trump Administration Over Agents in Portland Women-founded groups including Wall of Moms sued the Trump administration claiming over the deployment of federal agents to police anti-racism protests in Portland, Oregon, claiming it has exceeded its authority. © Photographer: Spencer Platt/Getty Images Federal police make an arrest as they confront protesters in front of the Mark O. Hatfield federal courthouse in downtown Portland as the city experiences another night of unrest on July 26, 2020 in Portland.

Portland man charged with arson after allegedly setting fire to courthouse . At least 20 deputies from the US Marshals Service have been injured, suffering cuts and concussions, over more than two months of guarding the Mark O. Hatfield Federal Courthouse — a focal point of violent protests

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Maza was ordered detained on Monday pending the next court proceedings.

Portland has seen more than two months of often violent demonstrations following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. In early July, President Trump sent more federal agents to the city to protect the federal courthouse, but local officials said their presence made things worse.

Portland boy, 15, arrested after allegedly pointing fake gun at crowd .
A 15-year-old boy was arrested in Portland after he allegedly pointed a realistic-looking fake gun at a crowd late Monday night -- just over a block from the federal courthouse where protesters have gathered for several weeks straight, police said Tuesday morning.The teen, whose name was not released, was spotted around 10 p.m. Monday “pointing a handgun at people” near Southwest 4th Avenue and Southwest Taylor Street, Portland Police said in a Tuesday press release.

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