Arrests Made After Violent Antifa Rally In Portland

Over the weekend violent unhinged members of Antifa descended on Portland.

During the rally members of Antifa attacked and robbed journalist Andy Ngo.

Multiple arrests have been made but it's unclear if the detained individuals had any connection to the attack on Ngo.

KPTV reports:

Police said three people were arrested in connection with the demonstrations that lasted for hours Saturday, with more arrests possible.
The arrested suspects were identified as Gage Halupowski, 23, on charges of second-degree assault and assault on a public safety officer; James K. Stocks, 21, on the charge of harassment; and Maria C. Dehart, 23, on the charge of second-degree disorderly conduct and harassment.
By 1 p.m., dozens of people arrived at Pioneer Courthouse Square as part of a “Him Too” rally.
Opposing groups, including Rose City Antifa and the Democratic Socialists of America of Portland, also gathered in downtown as part of a planned counter-protest.
The Portland Police Bureau notified the public about the planned demonstrations, but noted there were no permits issued for marches.
Shortly after 1 p.m., the counter-protesters began marching and chanting in the streets. Police warned that people would be arrested for not following their commands.

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