PORTLAND, Ore. — Police on Tuesday identified a man who was pepper-sprayed by Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler as a partner at a law firm who also tried to obtain surveillance footage of the mayor in a restaurant and get a copy of his meal receipt.
An additional police report identified Cary Cadonau as the man who was pepper-sprayed by Wheeler after he confronted the mayor leaving a restaurant Sunday evening and accused him of not wearing a mask. No charges have been filed in the incident. Cadonau didn’t immediately return an email seeking comment.
Cadonau told police when contacted Monday that he didn’t want to discuss the matter because he was an attorney. He said the mayor should be held “accountable” but declined to elaborate, according to the police report.
– Read more at KGW8 News
GOPUSA Editor’s Note: It appears that KGW8 News has updated their story to say: Correction: An earlier headline identified Cadonau as an heir to Alpenrose Dairy.
Their story now includes a link to a story about the sale of Alpenrose Dairy.