Senate President Peter Courtney told KGW-TV he considers the threats terrorism.
Forty-two years later, the FBI’s reply became public: the hair belonged to a deer.
Sarah Jeong, a Portland-based tech writer for the New York Times, says she received her first death threat over a piece on bitcoin.
Barrett Preston Busschau fled to South Africa, after he was indicted on multiple counts of sex abuse in 1993.
“If the wealthy want to grease the skids, they shouldn’t be able to do so at the expense of American taxpayers.”
The move makes Portland the second city to cut ties with an FBI task force, after San Francisco left its JTTF in 2017.
In other news: The Richmond Neighborhood Association is at it again.
“How do we justify the risk of civil and human rights violations by our continued involvement in JTTF?” Commissioner Eudaly asked.
A bust in Apartment 340 was a critical moment in a years-long investigation of the sex-trafficking operation allegedly running brothels in Portland, Tigard and Beaverton.