(The Post Millennial) – Tracy Lynn Molina, a serial Portland riot arrestee, was federally charged on Wednesday after pleading guilty to assaulting a federal officer in May 2021.
Although federally charged, the United States District Attorneys Office in Oregon sentenced Molina to “time-served” and a small fine, forgoing greater charges that would normally stem from assaulting law enforcement officers.
According to court documents, on May 31, 2021, Tracy Lynn Molina forcibly assaulted, impeded, intimidated, and interfered with a federal officer. The parties agreed to recommend that the defendant be sentenced to “time served,” fined $376.00, and ordered to pay $10.00 in mandatory assessments.
Tracy Lynn Molina pleaded guilty yesterday to 2 federal charges she picked up during #riots in #Portland in 2020@USAO_OR, who's been incredibly favorable to #antifa rioters, let her off an assaulting a federal officer charge and are recommending time served and a small fine pic.twitter.com/QmiSE20YkK
— AntifaWatch (@AntifaWatch2) January 28, 2022
47-year-old Tracy Lynn Molina—also known by her Indigenous name, Cozacachuatli “Tia” Chicome—was arrested seven times at violent Antifa protests since George Floyd’s death in May 2020, The Post Millennial’s editor-at-large Andy Ngo reported. Her charges were always dropped by local prosecutors.
During the clash between Patriot Prayer and Antifa two years ago, Molina was arrested for second-degree disorderly conduct and attempted assault on a police officer. At the time, the Pacific Northwest Antifascist Workers Collective promoted a “Support Our Comrade” rally at City Hall for Molina’s subsequent court appearance.
At a declared riot in the Kenton neighborhood last month when a PPB sergeant was assaulted and transported to a nearby hospital and at least five officers were sprayed by a chemical irritant, Molina was booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center for interfering with a peace officer and disorderly conduct in the second degree. She was bailed out quickly. Her arraignment is scheduled for Dec. 1.
A week prior, Molina was released without bail after she was taken into custody for resisting arrest, second-degree trespass, disorderly conduct in the second degree, and interfering with a peace officer at an unlawful assembly. A commercial-grade firework was thrown towards the Penumbra Kelly Building, landing near several police cruisers in the parking lot.
And just days before, Molina was arrested for interfering with a peace officer, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct in the second degree at an Antifa caravan that blocked city streets in downtown Portland. She was again let go without bail.