Saturday Night Fever

Portland antifa has sent out the call on social media for a night of decentralized actions around the city, and even their conditional ally Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt is promising to prosecute the expected property crimes. “Target the state” suggests they’ll go after the court buildings and police. The ICE facility at theContinue reading “Saturday Night Fever”

Portland Dispatch March 4: Black Thursday

The Dick Doc of TikTok Combining the obnoxious trend of dancing healthcare workers, black sexual immodesty, dick pics and media gullibility in one tawdry tale: He’s been featured on “Good Morning America” and other national news shows, dancing in his medical scrubs. He’s garnered millions of social media views for making people smile with his viralContinue reading “Portland Dispatch March 4: Black Thursday”

Portland Dispatch March 2: The Evolution of Apple

The Apple store in downtown Portland has partially reopened after eight months. Customers can now pick up items ordered online, after passing through a barrier of heavy steel fencing and concrete blocks. The store came under attack on the first night of rioting, May 29, or, as the Oregonian story linked above characterizes it, ” raucousContinue reading “Portland Dispatch March 2: The Evolution of Apple”

Pozztown Police Blotter March 1

Saturday night’s alright for gunfighting Lots of brass, no bodies. PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Officers responded to four shootings in different Portland on Sunday alone, authorities said. The shootings happened in the Hazelwood, Parkrose and Centennial neighborhoods. The first shooting was reported around 4 a.m. in the Hazelwood neighborhood near the 13600 block of EastContinue reading “Pozztown Police Blotter March 1”

Pozztown Police Blotter February 26:

Guns, knives, bear mace and more this week. Blood Red Rose (January 25) The Rose City Park neighborhood in Portland’s beleaguered east rose in the Aspiring Rapper Fantasy League rankings, standing now at 653 total offenses (see chart at bottom for qualifying incidents) PORTLAND, Ore. — There were multiple victims in a shooting in Northeast PortlandContinue reading “Pozztown Police Blotter February 26:”

Portland Dispatch February 24: antifa goes to church

In a recent Pozztown Police Blotter item here I linked to a news item about what appeared to be a demon infestation of a Catholic Church Officers were dispatched to a cathedral in the 1700 block of NW Davis Street just before 3:30 a.m. after receiving reports someone was breaking things and throwing objects throughContinue reading “Portland Dispatch February 24: antifa goes to church”

Portland Dispatch: Bias

Portland District Attorney Mike Schmidt took office early in Portland’s summer of rioting. One of his first acts was to drop most charges against rioters. Schmidt was surrounded by four Black leaders from Portland who are part of his 15-person transition team, a rare display of public collaboration between community members and a Multnomah County districtContinue reading “Portland Dispatch: Bias”

Pozztown Police Blotter February 19

Father of the Year, Portland (February 19) PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A domestic violence call in the early hours of Friday quickly escalated when the suspect allegedly used an infant as a shield after crashing his car and confronting Multnomah County deputies. The incident began around 1:15 a.m. when a woman called for help afterContinue reading “Pozztown Police Blotter February 19”