Suspect Arrested In Firebombing Of Portland Police Officers, Charged With Attempted Murder

Malik Muhammed allegedly threw a Molotov cocktail that scorched the uniform of a police officer in response to prosecutors failing to charge Louisville police officers in the Breonna Taylor case

Credit: The Post Millennial


Law enforcement officials announced Monday that they have arrested a man suspected of allegedly firebombing Portland police officers, attempting to kill them on multiple different occasions during last year’s civil unrest in Portland, OR.

The Portland Police Bureau announced the arrest of 24-year-old Malik Muhammed, who was taken into Indianapolis police custody in a joint effort with the FBI on eight warrants. Muhammed is being charged on a 28-count indictment that includes: first- and second-degree attempted murder, attempted aggravated murder, unlawful manufacture of a destructive device, and unlawful use of a weapon.

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