PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A suburban Portland, Oregon, man was arraigned in courtroom Friday for allegedly putting a white-supremacist, neo-Nazi sticker close to an immigrant neighborhood middle in east Portland, and police mentioned greater than a dozen weapons had been discovered throughout a search of his automobile and residence.
The Multnomah County District Legal professional’s workplace mentioned Friday Jarl Rockhill, 35, is accused of committing a second-degree bias crime and third-degree felony mischief, The Oregonian/OregonLive reported. It wasn’t instantly identified if he has a lawyer to touch upon the case.
Rockhill allegedly positioned the sticker on a fence on the Immigrant & Refugee Neighborhood Group on April 23. Police say the crimson sticker depicted a male determine holding up its arm in a “Heil Hitler” pose, with the phrase “pure” written above.
The Portland Police Bureau mentioned it used video surveillance footage to establish Rockhill. It confirmed him driving to the neighborhood group’s headquarters and putting the sticker at 5 a.m., police mentioned.
Officers arrested Rockhill throughout a site visitors cease Wednesday. Police searched Rockhill’s dwelling and automobile with warrants and located over a dozen firearms and neo-Nazi supplies, together with a big crimson flag that includes a swastika, officers mentioned.
Investigators mentioned Rockhill’s on-line exercise was related to a number of white supremacists teams and a tattoo on Rockhill’s forearm is a white supremacist image.
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