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Antifa Rioters Burn Portland Apple Store, Fire Guns from Cars

Despite advance warnings, Portland Police Bureau officers were powerless to stop another night of rioting, arson, and gunfire carried out by Antifa. Rioters set multiple fires and engaged in drive-by gunfire. Antifa rioters set an Apple Store on fire Friday

Antifa rioters set an Apple Store on fire during a pre-announced Direct Action in Portland, Oregon on April 16. (Twitter Video Screenshot/Suzette Smith)

Fake Migrant Family Units Found in Arizona Desert near Border

Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents identified two fraudulent family units while processing large groups of migrants illegally crossing the border from Mexico. One incident involved a man carrying a young girl he claimed was his daughter. The second involved a woman claiming to be the mother of a teen girl.

Yuma Sector agents apprehend large groups of migrants crossing unsecured border. (Photo: U.S. Border Patrol/Yuma Sector)

Protesters Build Embattlements During Seige of Minnesota Police HQ

Protesters in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, began placing embattlements on the streets outside the police headquarters building as the city’s curfew approached. They also carried improved shielding to allow protesters to hide from police projectiles while they throw objects at the police.

BLM protesters erect shields to protect from police projectiles (Twitter Video Screenshot/Nic Rowan/Washington Examiner)

BLM Protesters Attack Media near Brooklyn Center Police Building

BLM protesters attacked news media during the fourth night of demonstrations outside the Blanchard Center Police Department headquarters on Wednesday night. A CNN news crew member fell to the ground after being struck in the head by a thrown water bottle.

A CNN news crew member is struck in the head by a water bottle thrown by protesters in Brooklyn Center, MN. (Video Screenshot/Nic Rowan/Washington Examiner)

Maryland Cop Shoots Teen Armed with Airsoft Pistol, Knife

A Maryland State Police trooper shot and killed a 16-year-old boy after the teen allegedly pointed what appeared to be a handgun at him. The weapon turned out to be an Airsoft model. The teen was also armed with a knife, police say.

This December 13, 2012 photo shows an Maryland State Police vehicle during an event at the US Department of Transportation in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/Karen BLEIER (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP via Getty Images)

GRAPHIC VIDEO: ‘Possible Accidental Shooting’ by Police of Minneapolis Man, Says Chief

The Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, police officer who allegedly shot and killed Duante Wright on Sunday may have done so accidentally, according to the police chief. The chief believes the officer may have intended to shoot Wright with a Taser but drew the service pistol accidentally. The above image depicts the second before the trigger on the service pistol was apparently pulled.

A police bodycam video captures the seconds leading up to the shooting of Duante Wright by a Brooklyn Center police officer. (Brooklyn Center, MN, Police Department Video Screenshot)

25 Migrants Found Packed in Railcars near Border in Texas

Del Rio Sector Border Patrol agents found a group of migrants packed into three grain-hopper railcars near Uvalde, Texas. Migrants attempting to sneak past Border Patrol agents frequently risk injury or death by utilizing railcars for transportation into the U.S. interior after illegally crossing the border from Mexico.

Uvalde Station Border Patrol agents find 25 migrants packed into three grain-hopper railcars near Uvalde, Texas. (Photo: U.S. Border Patrol/Del Rio Sector)

276 Migrants Apprehended in Two Groups Crossing Border into Texas

Rio Grande Valley Sector agents apprehended two large groups of migrants at separate locations along the Texas-Mexico border. The near-simultaneous crossings resulted in the apprehension of 276 migrants, including family units and unaccompanied minors.

Agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector apprehended 276 migrants in two large groups on April 6. (Photo: U.S. Border Patrol/Rio Grande Valley Sector)