Riot Declared as Multiple Fires Lit During Daunte Wright Protest in Portland

One person was arrested in Portland, Oregon, after a police union building was set on fire on April 13 during protests over the shooting death of Daunte Wright.

Police declared the march a riot and said multiple fires were lit.

According to Portland Police, one person was arrested in relation to the fire. Portland Fire & Rescue extinguished the blaze, police said.

This footage, posted to Twitter by @guitarman7143, shows multiple fires, including at the Portland Police Association building and outside the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) center on Tuesday night.

Protests erupted this week in Minnesota, after police fatally shot Wright during a traffic stop on April 11. On Tuesday, demonstrations continued in Minnesota, with protesters also rallying in New York, California, Ohio and Texas. Credit: @guitarman7143 via Storyful

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