PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - Police are investigating reports of street racers blocking the upper deck of the Fremont Bridge on Sunday night.

The Portland Police Bureau received numerous calls regarding a large group of drivers blocking southbound Interstate 405 on the bridge at around 8:15 p.m.

Officers responded to the scene, but they said the drivers were no longer there.

Over the next few hours, police received additional reports of street racing in various locations, mostly in north and northeast Portland.

No arrests have been made, but police are continuing to investigate.

Portland police investigating reports of street racers blocking upper deck of Fremont Bridge

Image from video submitted to FOX 12 (KPTV)

Viewers contacted FOX 12 regarding video circulating online showing traffic blocked and drivers spinning out on the bridge. Similar incidents have also occurred in the past on the Fremont Bridge.

Anyone with video or information about these activities, including the drivers or vehicles that were involved, is asked to contact the North Precinct Neighborhood Response Team at 503-823-5790 or email Sgt. Jennifer Butcher at Jennifer.Butcher@portlandoregon.gov.

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(5) comments

Frederick Fukov

Those little gang punks try blocking the freeway while I'm going across, and their cars are going to have thousands in metal fab work..as in..repairing dozens of bullet holes.

webjak

LOL, perhaps the Portland Police needs some help finding the bridge?

WebFootSTi

I hope they catch those squirrels and suspend their drives licenses for a decade. They give legitimate auto enthusiasts a bad name and hork up traffic with the nutty games.

Charlatan

Lol - I know someone who was there, but I'm not going to do the pigs' job for them.

Frederick Fukov

Only a complete low-life, uses that euphemism for law enforcement officers, and brags about "knowing someone who was there." Tell me, where do you hang out..now that Cider Riot is closed?

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