Monday, September 21, 2020

Rioter Charged With Injuring Officer With Laser Capable of Starting Fires

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Portland authorities quietly indicted an alleged rioter yesterday, accusing him of pointing a high-powered laser capable of burning a hole through cardboard at a police sergeant’s eyes.

The indictment comes two months after an unidentified Antifa member blinded three federal officers sent to Portland at President Trump’s behest in July with a similar device.

The Daily Caller’s Jake Dima has more:

Bryan Kelley, 36, is accused of injuring the cop during a riot in late August, according to a press release from the Multnomah District Attorney’s Office. The 36-year-old faces second degree assault, unlawful use of a weapon and two counts of unlawfully utilizing a laser pointer, the release detailed.

The Portland Police Bureau (PPB) released a video of the laser allegedly used by Kelley, which shows the bright purple beam burning a hole in what appears to be a thin piece of cardboard.

WATCH: 

The device is capable of burning holes in paper products and igniting dry material, a joint investigation revealed, according to the DA’s press release.

The PPB sergeant allegedly injured by Kelley saw the man shine the beam into the eyes of multiple officers, while several rioters vandalized a building during the August unrest, the DA’s office wrote.

SEE ALSO: Antifa Ringleader Tied to Democratic Lawmakers

As of September 5, Oregon’s largest city had endured 100 nights of unrest following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Police custody.

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Russ Remmert
Russ Remmert
4 days ago

this punk needs to have plenty of time

Tim Kuehl
Tim Kuehl
4 days ago
Reply to  Russ Remmert

After he gets the same laser treatment he gave cops.

Josephine Lara
Josephine Lara
23 hours ago
Reply to  Russ Remmert

NO BAIL OUT from some evil rich person. To HELL with virus, keep them locked up! They have to taught a rough lesson!

truckman
truckman
4 days ago

there is no need for a laser pointer that strong and should not be made and sold I would be checking him and that laser pointer out for other crimes that have been done elsewhere and where pointer came from

Stephen Russell
Stephen Russell
4 days ago

PD should acess same Laser alone to make=.
No games, make fair nationwide
& use ADS: Active Denial System near Fed properties

Douglas
Douglas
4 days ago

Blind him so he will know how stupid he is for the rest of his miserable life.

Theoldone
Theoldone
2 days ago
Reply to  Douglas

Blind him using his own laser

Puddinhead
Puddinhead
1 day ago

Why is this a second degree assault? Clearly this was premeditated intent to cause permanent injury to multiple police officers. Perp should get years in prison for this.

Allan Roberts
Allan Roberts
23 hours ago
Reply to  Puddinhead

LEFTIST prosecutors

Josephine Lara
Josephine Lara
23 hours ago
Reply to  Puddinhead

Watch kammie bail him out! the witch with a capitol B!

Phil Stewart
Phil Stewart
22 hours ago

Unfortunately this punk is in Portland. He will be given a slap on his limp wrist and turned loose.

Mikey
Mikey
22 hours ago

“Quietly?”
They shoulda made a big public spectacle out of busting this punk and warned his cronies that others would follow.

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