Police Use Tear Gas as Riot Declared in Portland

Police declared a riot in Portland, Oregon, as demonstrators gathered outside the police union in the city on June 30 and into the early hours of July 1.

Portland Police said that if protesters did not disperse from the area around North Lombard Street, near the Portland Police Association, they would be “subject to arrest or use of force, to include crowd control munitions.”

They later wrote that there was “criminal activity occurring in the crowd.” Credit: Zane Sparling/The Portland Tribune via Storyful