By Fox News Staff | Fox News

Rioters in Portland, Oregon, allegedly set fire to a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building late Saturday night, according to videos posted on social media.

Police and protesters faced off outside the building near the Willamette River waterfront, according to freelance journalist Chris Landis.

Federal agents reportedly used pepper balls in an attempt to disperse the crowd, freelance reporter Grace Morgan reported.

There were no immediate reports of arrests. 

One thought on “Portland ICE building set on fire during Saturday night protest: reports”
  1. I’m wondering when Nancy is going to declare this a insurrection and surround all the Portland Federal buildings with fencing and razor wire? Are the FBI rounding up all the people involved?

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