Police make arrest in stabbing of Black Trump supporter in Portland
The victim is accusing his attacker of being a member of the anarchist group Antifa
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Police have reportedly charged a suspect in the stabbing of a President Trump supporter in Portland, Oregon.
Blake Hampe, 43, was charged Monday with felony assault in connection with the weekend stabbing.
The attack took place at about 2:30 a.m Saturday during protests near the federal courthouse in Portland, according to police.
The stabbing victim has been identified as Drew Duncomb, who works as a conservative videographer, was transported to a nearby hospital with a serious injury. Duncomb, a Black male, was released from the hospital on Sunday.
Police were called to the scene where Hampe was being restrained by several protesters. He was booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center and held on a $250,00 bond. He was arraigned in court on Monday.
Duncomb, who uses the handle Black Rebel on social media platforms, posted a video to his twitter page following the incident.
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