Portland police arrested a 21-year-old Lewis & Clark College student at Reed College on Sunday morning on suspicion of assault, disorderly conduct and assaulting a police officer after an attempt to eject him from a student dance turned ugly, Reed's student newspaper reports.
The Reed College student newspaper, Quest, says students called campus safety officers in the early hours of Sunday, Sept. 27, with a report that Guellord Ndagijimana, a member of Lewis & Clark's class of 2016, had "initiated nonconsensual sexual contact, including kissing" with several female partygoers.
But when campus safety officers asked Ndagijimana to leave campus, the confrontation escalated.
Ndagijimana and his friends told officers they felt targeted because of race.
This guy's from Rwanda. He may not know - or care - about things like common decency or courtesy, but he's certainly learned how to throw down the race card.
After being asked to leave, he kicked a campus safety officer in the chest, which was kind of a bad move, because they pepper-sprayed him and called 911. Portland police were first on-scene, and the idiot resisted orders, so they tasered him - twice. Then they arrested him and hauled him downtown.
There's nothing better than diversity.
Unsurprisingly, he's charged with a misdemeanor, disorderly conduct, and attempt to commit felony. What a sweetheart.