PORTLAND, Ore. – Police arrested two 17-year-old boys who they said threw rocks at cars driving on the freeway in Northeast Portland early Sunday morning.
Officers were flagged down just before 1 a.m. by two men who said someone threw rocks at their cars while they were driving on Interstate 205.
The men told police that the rocks came from the Killingsworth overpass. Both cars had windshield damage. No one in the cars was hurt, police said.
Police found two 17-year-old boys on some railroad tracks nearby and took them into custody. Both were charged with reckless endangerment and criminal mischief and released to their parents.