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18 facing federal charges after protests at courthouse in Portland

Photo credit US Attorney's Office

Photo credit US Attorney's Office

Photo credit US Attorney's Office

Photo credit US Attorney's Office

Photo credit US Attorney's Office


PORTLAND, Ore. -- The US Attorney's Office has filed charges against 18 people in connection with protests at the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon.

Five people were charged for incidents Monday night into Tuesday morning. Jennifer Kristiansen, 37, was charged with assaulting a federal officer; Zachary Duffly, 45, was charged with creating a disturbance; Wyatt Ash-Milby, 18, was charged with trespassing on federal property; and Caleb Ehlers, 23, and Paul Furst, 22, were charged with failing to comply with a lawful order.

Seven people were charged for protests from Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning. Jerusalem Callahan, 24, was charged with willfully damaging government property; Joseph Ybarra, 21, was charged with arson; Marnie Sager, 27, and Ella Miller, 26, was charged failing to comply with a lawful order; and Taylor Lemons, 31; Giovanni Bondurant, 19; and Gabriel Houston, 22, were charged with assaulting federal officers.

Six people were charged for protests from Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Joseph Lagalo, 37; Baily Dreibelbis, 22; Nicholas Kloiber, 26; David Hazan, 24; Hailey Holden, 30; and Cameron Knuetson, age unknown, were charged with failing to comply with a lawful order.

All 18 suspects were in court for their first appearances. All were ordered released pending trials or other court proceedings.

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