A Black Lives Matter protester who allegedly kicked a man unconscious in Portland has been arrested. The man has a lengthy rap sheet of committing crimes in Oregon, including charges of assault and theft, the New York Post reported.
The former security guard had been hunted by the Portland police for allegedly beating Adam Haner in a vicious attack that was caught on video Sunday night. It was reported that the alleged assault came during a confrontation between Haner and Black Lives Matter when protesters yanked Haner out of his Ford 4×4 truck and shoved him to the ground.
Watch: Black Lives Matter And Antifa Militants In Portland Forced A White Man To Crash His Truck, And Then Punched And Kicked Him Unconscious. pic.twitter.com/f0ATxy7QkH
— Shmueli Fulop (@ShmueliF) August 17, 2020
Marquise Love, 25, has been arrested more than half a dozen times over the past eight years in Washington County according to reports. The majority of those arrests did not result in prosecution by District Attorney Kevin Barton, a spokesman said.
As I was first to report, BLM violent suspect Marquise Love has a lengthy rap sheet that includes multiple charges for domestic violence. He was also arrested in 2016 for providing false information in connection w/transfer of a gun. He remains at-large. https://t.co/W4guYfJhOx
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) August 21, 2020
Love was most recently apprehended in 2017 for domestic assault and domestic harassment, the Post reported, adding that a Washington Country judge “signed a protective order against him on March 9 of that year, though he wasn’t prosecuted, a court clerk said.”
In 2016, he was caught in two separate incidents, including one charge of providing false information in connection with a transfer of a firearm and the other on domestic assault and criminal trespass charges.
He was put behind bars in 2015 for reportedly interfering with public transportation, and he was charged with a probation violation in 2014.
Back in 2012, Love was busted in November for being at a train station despite temporarily being banned from the system for failing to buy a ticket, and again one month later for being in possession of a stolen bicycle, local police reported.
The Post reported only one of the Washington County collars resulted in prosecution due to lack of evidence. Spokesman Stephen Mayer said “our attorneys reviewed each case carefully and independently found there was insufficient evidence to prove the charges except for the November 2012 case.”
Online court records reveal he pleaded guilty to interfering with public transportation on Nov. 30, 2012. Love was sentenced to 18 months’ probation and a $500 fine, but later had $400 converted to 40 hours of community service, according to a court clerk. His probation was extended a total of two times, through March 1, 2016, and he still owes the court $25 and another $7 for a collection fee.
Records also showed three other prosecutions in two other counties–oldest dates to October 1, 2012– when he was busted in coastal Clatsop County, northwest of Portland, for driving without a valid license or insurance, the Post reported.
Love was convicted when he failed to appear in court and has been charged $1,164.80 in fines and collection fees that remain unpaid, records show. He was also charged in Multnomah County Criminal Court with causing unreasonable noise with a motor vehicle and driving with a “suspended license, no insurance, no registration and improper plates on July 31, 2016, and convicted on all counts about two months later,” according to the Post.
Love had also been assessed a total of $1,179.20 in the case—all of which remains unpaid.
Additionally, he failed to appear in Multnomah County Criminal Court after he was charged for speeding and driving without a license on Jan. 16, 2019, and owes $1,414, according to records.
The list continues. He was named in a domestic-relation case in which a Washington County court established his paternity of an unidentified child in 2014, though the woman in the case could not be reached.