Portland protesters have armed guards, stockpiled weapons at occupied zone: police chief

From Sept. 1 to Nov. 30, the Portland Police Bureau received at least 81 calls for issues related to these properties and the immediate area, according to police call log data. Calls for service included fights, disturbances, shots fired, burglary, thefts, vandalism, noise violations, trespassing, armed threats, and for illegally blocking traffic, sidewalks and access to homes.

Deputies first attempted to serve the judge’s eviction order at the Red House on Sept. 9. and said housing and food assistance were provided to everyone on the property. A judge in the Multnomah County Circuit Court issued an eviction notice in February 2020 – before the federal and state emergency moratorium on eviction went into effect during the coronavirus pandemic.


According to the sheriff’s office, which is responsible for civil enforcement and released its own summary of events, “The eviction moratoriums do not apply to evictions based on post-nonjudicial foreclosures, such as this case.” The Oregon Judicial Department told Fox News that the eviction has been contested and continually upheld in court since November 2018. 

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