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News Release
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Riot Declared At Tigard Police Department - 01/08/21

On January 7th, the Tigard Police Department was made aware of a potential protest in response to the January 6th officer-involved shooting. 

At around 8:30 p.m., approximately 100 individuals gathered at a business on SW Main Street in the City of Tigard. The group traveled to the Tigard Police Department, blocking traffic and tagging public and private property. At 8:45 p.m., the group arrived at the Tigard Police Department, broke windows, and tagged city property. The demonstration was declared an unlawful assembly, and shortly afterward, a riot was declared. 

The group walked through Tigard’s downtown business district on their way to and from the police department and vandalized several businesses. The group broke windows and tagged several properties in the area. 

During the incident, one person was arrested. Zane Saleem Bsoul (DOB 5/31/2000) is charged with one count of riot. To obtain his booking photo, contact the PIO for the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.

(Images of some of the damage to the police building and downtown business district are attached. On graffiti images, please note we have blacked out some offensive language.)

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