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Indiana Democrat Malik Muhammad Indicted for Attempted Murder During 2020 Summer Insurrection Riots In Portland

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Indiana man indicted for attempted murder during 2020 Summer riots in downtown Portland

By: FOX 12 Staff, Apr 5, 2021

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – A 24-year-old Indiana man was indicted on Monday for attempting to murder Portland Police Bureau officers by using explosive devices during the 2020 riots in downtown Portland.

According to court documents, Malik Muhammed had allegedly traveled to Portland in September to engage “in multiple criminal acts” and then returned to Indiana.

The incidents include:

Sept. 5, Muhammed engaged in tumultuous and violent conduct near the Portland Police Bureau’s East Precinct, resulting in a grave risk of causing public alarm.

Sept. 21, Muhammed threw a “large burning object” toward a PPB sergeant’s patrol car during a protest near the Penumbra Kelly Building. Police described the object as a large yellow bottle similar to a beer growler filled with liquid and stuffed with a rag. The device didn’t explode. Officers found a price tag that helped them find out where the bottle was purchased. Surveillance video from the store shows Muhammed and another person buying a large number of bats and beer growlers, including two yellow ones.

On Sept. 23, Muhammed threw a large yellow bottle similar to the beer growler toward a group of officers outside the Multnomah County Justice Center. When the bottle landed, it exploded and a large fireball cascaded outward. One officer’s lower leg caught fire for a moment.

According to court documents, officers searched Muhammed’s cell phone and found a list of a shopping list that included common ingredients used to make a Molotov cocktail.

Oct. 11, Muhammed used a metal baton to smash out windows at the Oregon Historical Society, Portland State University, Sprint T-Mobile, Bank of America and Ben Bridge Jewelers. He was arrested, and a loaded pistol magazine was found in his pocket. The gun was found nearby. In total, the pistol and magazine contained 30 rounds of 9mm ammunition.

An indictment was filed on March 22 that charged Muhammed with:

Two counts of second-degree attempted aggravated murder
Two counts of first-degree attempted assault
Four counts of first-degree attempted murder
Two counts of second-degree attempted murder
Six counts of first-degree criminal mischief
Four counts of riot
Two counts of unlawful manufacture of a destructive device
Two counts of unlawful possession of a destructive device
One count of unlawful possession of a firearm
One count of unlawful possession of a loaded firearm
Two counts of unlawful use of a weapon

On Friday, Muhammed was arrested in Indianapolis on multiple warrants, including attempted aggravated murder, first-degree attempted murder, second-degree attempted murder, unlawful manufacture of a destructive device, unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful use of a weapon, and unlawful possession of a loaded firearm in public.

He remains at an Indiana Jail.

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