Portland Police Cruiser Burned, Arson Suspected


PORTLAND, OR – The scenes out of Portland, Oregon this year are something right out of a Mad Max movie as lawlessness continues to overtake the Democrat run city that has provided a safe haven for violent members of Antifa.

A Portland Police patrol vehicle that was parked awaiting body damage repair was caught fire and severely damaged Saturday night.

On Saturday, November 28, 2020 at 8:20p.m., North Precinct officers responded to a city fleet parking lot in the 800 block of North Graham Street on a report of a vehicle on fire. Portland Fire and Rescue responded and extinguished the flames. It was a fully marked 2018 Portland Police Ford Interceptor Utility vehicle. The vehicle had been involved in a minor crash and was towed there for repairs.

The interior of the vehicle was heavily damaged (photos). The cause of the fire is under investigation but arson is suspected. An Arson Investigator responded and is doing follow-up.

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