A group of about 100 individuals involved in an autonomous demonstration are marching in the area of City Hall. Individuals are engaging in criminal activity, this is now an Unlawful Assembly. They have been ordered to leave the area heading west.
They have been told to not commit criminal activity to include blocking streets, vandalism, assaults, and arson. Those who engage in criminal activity are subject to arrest and/or use of force.
A group of about 100 individuals involved in an autonomous demonstration are now in the area of the Justice Center. Multiple business and government buildings have sustained damage. This has now been declared a Riot. They have been ordered to leave the area heading west.
There is a group of individuals in the area of SW 5th and SW Alder, marching in the street. The streets are open to vehicular traffic. Those in the streets must move to the sidewalk. Drivers in the area should use caution.
PPB has started making targeted arrests.
This group has splintered and dispersed. The crowd near the ICE facility has grown to about 50.

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1 May
Traffic #ALERT There have been some gatherings today that have had marches impacting vehicular traffic, mostly downtown. Please be alert to your surroundings. We're monitoring. One arrest was made in the area of SW 4th Ave/Jefferson St.
We are getting reports of a car caravan driving through downtown right now. That could impact traffic for a while.
Weapons and body armor from the person arrested downtown on SW 4th Ave between Jefferson and Columbia Streets. Michael Isaacs, 26, was booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center on charges of Menacing and Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree.
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24 Apr
A crowd of people is walking in traffic on NW 21st near NW Hoyt. Expect traffic delays. Find alternate route.
This crowd is walking in the street near NW 23/Overton. Expect delays. Find alternate route.
PPB has received information that people in this crowd have broken out windows on NW 23rd
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21 Apr
A crowd of people is blocking SW 3rd Ave near the Hatfield Courthouse. Find alternate routes.
More people are blocking SW 2nd Ave & Main.
PPB is making announcements to people to allow vehicle traffic through on downtown streets. All streets are open. Pedestrians should use sidewalks and vehicles should not block intersections.
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20 Apr
A crowd of up to 100 people assisted by vehicles is walking in the street at NE MLK/Dekum. Expect traffic delays. Blocking traffic. Find other routes.
PPB is giving loud speaker announcements directing people back to sidewalks. Criminal acts may result in cite or arrest and subject people to force including but not limited to tear gas and impact weapons
PPB has repeated directions to use sidewalks and let traffic flow. The crowd is not complying.
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18 Apr
There are about 50 individuals protesting in front of East Precinct. They have been told to not commit criminal activity to include arson, assault, or vandalism. They have also been told the streets are open to vehicular traffic.
East Precinct is a working police facility. Protesters have been told to not interfere with officer exiting or entering the building. Police have warned them that failure to adhere to these instructions could subject them to arrest and possible use of force.
Protesters have taken two dumpsters in the street near the police vehicle entry and exit doors. This incident has been declared an unlawful assembly.
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17 Apr
Two separate marches have begun in Downtown Portland, both blocking traffic. The first began in Waterfront Park and crossed the Hawthorne Bridge and has been peaceful. Another started in Director Park and participants have been seen breaking windows. Officers responding now.
To the participants of the march involving, due to criminal activity in the group, this is a riot. Leave the area to the west. (continued)
Participants in the riot have been seen attempting to burglarize businesses. Leave the area to the west. Failure to do so may subject you to arrest and/or the use of force, including but not limited to impact munitions and tear gas.
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