Jean Gerich, 77, who had survived cancer and just received her coronavirus jab, was killed amid a string of hit-and-runs by one driver in Portland, Oregon.
Wheeler said he did not recognize the man who accosted him, but described him to be in his forties, shorter than 6-foot tall, medium build, wearing a dark-colored, heavy jacket, and possibly wearing glasses.
Portland police said Monday evening that one of the victims had died.
So far, the only official response to the incident came from the Democratic Party of Oregon.
Police responded with tear gas after they were pelted with rocks and eggs and protesters began vandalizing the building.
The man has not been identified and the girl, who was found with cuts on her hand, will remain anonymous because of her age.
Mayor Ted Wheeler called for increased penalties for repeat offenders who continually engage in violent actions and vandalism.
Portland's Federal Courthouse and Justice Center were targeted with fireworks on New Year's Eve.
The agitators are looking for a cause and they have their sights set on capitalists. Officials let them use the city as their playground and it's already gotten people killed.
Organizers have raised $10,000 more than their fundraising goal to support the Kinney family, a Black and Indigenous family who was evicted from their home in September.
According to a website for the red house, the home was foreclosed on in 2018, but the Kinney family, who have lived in the home for 65 years, challenged the foreclosure. Protestors have camped around the house for months to prevent officers from removing the family.
The fully marked Portland Police patrol vehicle was in a parking lot awaiting body damage repair when it was set alight, police said.
Under Gov. Kate Brown's mandate, you can have no more than six people in one home and they cannot represent more than two households.
Word-policing, even in documents few will ever read, forces a position under the guise of inclusivity.
Three people were arrested after the Multnomah County Democrats building in Portland, Oregon was vandalized, police said.
Local authorities arrested at least 10 protesters in downtown Portland by 9 p.m. on Wednesday.
The shooting death by police in Clark County, Washington, is under investigation. It took place only 12 miles north of Portland where racial injustice protests have been ongoing.
Kevin Peterson Jr., 21, was left lying on the ground for eleven hours in a U.S. Bank parking lot after the fatal shooting in Vancouver, according to his family and a witness.
The Portland Police Bureau announced the numbers would be put on the helmets to more easily identify officers by November 15.
Those involved used chains and pulleys to topple the statues, spray-painting the base and spattering the monuments in red paint.
The incident occurred on Sunday morning while an officer was sitting in the car and doing paperwork.
"The U.S. Marshal will not cancel the cross-deputation of local and state law enforcement officers," read a statement from the District of Oregon U.S. Attorney's Office on Wednesday.
The morning after Trump told Proud Boys to "stand down" during the presidential election, one of the group's members was arrested by Portland police.
"As the Multnomah County Sheriff I have never supported Donald Trump," Sheriff Mike Reese said.
The far-right group's rally in Oregon did not see as large a turnout as feared by police and city officials.
Officers will continue to make arrests on state charges, but the cases are now sent to the U.S. Attorney's Office where federal prosecutors will determine with officers whether any of the cases warrant federal charges.
The far-right group known for its violent demonstrations said as many as 20,000 could turn up on Saturday in its application.
On the 110th day of protests in Oregon's largest city, demonstrators started a fire at the police bureau.