PORTLAND, Ore. — After more than a year of vandalism during Portland riots, the Portland Police Association has moved out of the neighborhood.
The building on North Lombard has been the frequent target of rioters who have set fires and committed acts of vandalism. It has taken a toll on the neighborhood.
“We want to take this opportunity to thank the North Portland and Kenton community and particularly the business owners located adjacent to the building. We appreciate their support and patience over the last year. We thank them for their tolerance. And we hope that with our relocation, they can have some peace,” said Portland Police Association Executive Director Daryl Turner in a Facebook post.