18-Year-Old Protester Outed by Grandma for Suspected Courthouse Firebombing
An 18-year old teenager has been charged with arson after allegedly throwing a makeshift fire bomb at the federal courthouse in Portland, and he was outed by his own grandma, according to prosecutors. Gabriel Agard-Berryhill's grandmother bought him a $26 vest to shield him from rubber bullets. She posted a customer review praising the vest that included a photo of Gabriel. Federal authorities took note of the photo and used it to identify the teen. Now he's facing 20 years in prison for arson.