At 2pm , June 8th, officer Fort (Portland Po'lice) took an attendee of the Anarchist bookfair to jail. The initial reason for harrassing the backpacked youth was an alleged incident of "jaywalking." Officer Fort, presumably a strict adherent to pedestrial traffic signage himself, then demanded that identification be produced.
The youth identified himself but refused to produce ID. The cop then handcuffed him and tried to trick him into allowing a search of his bag. The youth refused to consent to a search, but the cop took things, including his pocket-organizer, out of his pants anyway, and looked through it to determine his address. They're not supposed to do that.
The cop then took his ass to jail where he was put in solitary confinement for about 4 hours for refusing to submit to a search. He was fingerprinted, and held for about 6 hours. Upon release, he learned that his belongings, including his sleeping gear, were being held in the "property evidence division," which was far away in the northwest, and closed at 4pm...meaning he would be without his survival gear overnight and have a long trek to retrieve his belongings that were stolen by the cops the next day.