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Top Portland news: ACLU files class-action lawsuit against police; officer-involved shooting at home

Top Portland news: ACLU files class-action lawsuit against police; officer-involved shooting at home
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By Hoodline - Published on June 29, 2020.

Missed the most recent top news in Portland? Read on for everything you need to know.

Portland police arrest 8, fire crowd-control munitions

Portland police arrested eight people and fired crowd-control munitions to disperse protesters who threw rocks and bottles during demonstrations in front of law enforcement buildings on Saturday night and Sunday morning. 

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.

ACLU of Oregon files class-action lawsuit against Portland police, city

A lawsuit was filed on behalf of journalists and legal observers who say they were "attacked" by police at protests in Portland.

Read the full story on KGW.

Vacant home check near Sellwood Park turns into officer-involved shooting

On Sunday at around 2:30 police were called to check a vacant house. When officers were checking the residence, they found a person and one officer fired their gun, officials said.

Read the full story on KGW.

Oregon gets $215,000: Wave of cash to be used to monitor beach water

A wave of cold, hard cash is heading to Oregon to protect the public from possible waterborne diseases at Oregon's beaches.

Read the full story on www.thechronicleonline.com.


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