Sheriffs Say They Won’t Send Officers To Help End Violence In Portland Per Governor Brown’s Plan – Fed Up

 
Portland, Ore. – On Sunday Governor Kate Brown announced a new plan to end the nightly violence in Downtown Portland. Part of that plan includes having deputies and officers from nearby counties and cities come to Portland to assist with ending the violence. Today the Sheriffs from both Clackamas and Washington counties released statements saying they are not going to do that. Read the rest HERE.

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1 Response to Sheriffs Say They Won’t Send Officers To Help End Violence In Portland Per Governor Brown’s Plan – Fed Up

  1. Joe Z says:

    Hey Governor Kate Brown, there’s a new thing out called the National Guard. Duhhh.

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