The event ended with a roving brawl along busy city streets in the Parkrose neighborhood, and shots being fired in downtown Portland.
The two sides eventually clashed in Northeast Portland after remaining separate for hours, leaving a spree of violence that stretched blocks.
After the violence ended in Northeast Portland, a man fired a handgun at what appeared to be a group of anti-fascists downtown.
Portland police moved in and arrested 65-year-old Dennis G. Anderson of Gresham.
Photos and videos streamed online showed members of the Proud Boys — a frequently violent far right group — gathering and speaking at the conservative event.
As the demonstration continued, anti-fascists who had been at Waterfront Park began to gather outside the Proud Boys event.
During the clashes, Proud Boys were also captured on video attacking people and vehicles they believed to be with the anti-fascists. »