Black Lives Matter activist Charles Holliday-Smith, 30, turned himself in and was booked into Clark County Jail after police identified him as their prime suspect accused of a hit-and-run near a bar in Vancouver over the weekend.
The good news, other than Charles R. Holliday-Smith being arrested, is he wasn’t arrested in Vancouver, because if this BLM mental midget was arrested in Portland, he would have been immediately released without having to post bail.
Smith faces charges including assault in the first degree and felony hit-and-run in connection with the incident on Saturday in the 3300 block of Northeast 112th Avenue.
From The Clark County Jail Website:
According to investigators, the victim of the hit-and-run and a group of friends had traveled to the bar from downtown Vancouver.
BLM activist Charles R. Holliday-Smith, 30, has been arrested by police in Vancouver, Wash. & charged w/first degree assault & felony hit & run. The victim of the car ramming is a Proud Boy who attended a memorial event for Jay Danielson. https://t.co/Oo811Ux3gq
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) September 8, 2020
FOX 12 spoke with Rex Fergus, a friend of the victim, who said they had been at Esther Short Park to honor Aaron “Jay” Danielson, who was shot and killed during a demonstration in downtown Portland.
They then decided to go to Charlie’s Bar and Grill, where Fergus said the suspect started causing problems, Fergus told FOX 12:
“He came into the bar and immediately was aggressive with everyone that was in the bar. He was aggressive with the bouncer, he was aggressive with everyone that he came into contact with, he came into the bar immediately pulled his phone out and started coming over to our tables and putting his phone in our faces,”
“The suspect [Charles R. Holliday-Smith] got into his vehicle, drove toward the victim, hit him, and then fled from the parking lot,”
The victim’s injuries were described as non-life-threatening, according to officers. He was taken to the hospital for treatment. The Vancouver Police Department Traffic Unit continues to investigate.
Watch This FOX 12 report about the hit-and-run before Charles R. Holliday-Smith was identified as the driver:
According to the Gateway Pundint Smith’s social media lists him as owning or working at CamCuts Barber Shop on Burton St. in Vancouver, Washington. Gateway Pundit called them to confirm his employment, but they were closed. We will update this if more information becomes available.