22 Police Cars Vandalized in Antifa Hotbed Portland on May Day

Vandalized Portland police car parked in parking lot.

In Portland's first reported May Day disruption, nearly two dozen police cars were vandalized in the northeast section of the city early Tuesday morning, police say.

At about 5 a.m. this morning, a total of 22 patrol cars in a police precinct parking lot were vandalized with what appears to be latex paint on windows and doors, KGW reported.

Because many of the affected cars are reportedly school resource officer vehicles, those officers will be unable to patrol district schools until the cars are cleaned up. Moreover, officials said the damage will likely take all day to clean and will be costly. According to KGW, there's already a police vehicle shortage.