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The Latest On Portland Protests.

Portland, Ore. — The latest on protests in Portland. All times local.

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A small group of Antifa protesters have decided to block traffic at SW Park and Broadway.  Portland Police have advised them to move on.

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Portland Police now say 13 people have been arrested:

3:20 pm

TriMet released the following information as Antifa protesters moved to Pioneer Square:

As a precaution, we have altered service on MAX Orange and Yellow lines. Orange/Yellow Line shuttle buses are serving special stops between Lincoln St/SW 3rd Ave and Interstate Rose Quarter:

§ Temporary bus stops on SW 12th at Columbia and on Jefferson at 12th; Portland Streetcar stops on SW 10th/11th at Alder; bus stops on NW Everett at Broadway and 2nd Avenue; on NW Glisan at Broadway and 3rd Avenue.

o 300 Block SW Lincoln EB (ID 3397)

o 12th & nearside Columbia NB (not a current stop)

o Jefferson & nearside 12th SB (not a current stop)

o SW 10th & Alder NB streetcar stop (ID 10768)

o SW 11th & Alder SB streetcar stop (ID 9600)

o NW Everett & Broadway EB (ID 1606)

o NW Glisan & Broadway WB (ID 1997)

o NW Everett & 2nd EB (ID 1612)

o NW Glisan & 3rd WB (ID 9311)

o N Interstate & Multnomah (ID 13754)

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The scene near SW 2nd and Madison.

Photo: Jacob Dean

1:00 pm

Antifa protesters spread into the streets of Downtown Portland after members of the Proud Boys and other right-wing groups crossed the Hawthorne Bridge to the Eastside.

There have been brief moments of confrontations between protesters and police near SW 1st and Madison.

Photo: Cooper Banks

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11:50am

Planned protests in Portland for Saturday started right on time about 11 A.M.

Members of the Proud Boys marched from a location on the east side of the Willamette River across the Morrison bridge to Waterfront Park.

Once there the group prayed and then the leader announced to the crowd that they were going to “waste resources”.  Saying he was throwing Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler a “curve ball” and had a second location for their rally.

The group moved again across the Hawthorne Bridge, which had been closed since 4 a.m., back to the eastside just before Noon.

 


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