Demonstrators gathered Wednesday in front of Portland’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building in the south waterfront district to protest raids against undocumented immigrants.
Police arrested six people after they said protesters delayed a bus leaving the facility headed to the detention facility in Tacoma, Washington.
Several in the group linked arms with duct tape in front of the building, which serves as a detention center for ICE. On the tape was written “STOP THE DEPORTATIONS.”
Homeland Security officials closed down the eastbound lane of SW Bancroft Street. Other law enforcement agencies like Portland Police are also in the area.
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