[Ed. – The city referred to is apparently Puyallup, misspelled several times in the post. Acord’s BLM history goes back to Ferguson in 2014. He’s got a lengthy rap sheet, and does seem to get around.]
A BLM activist and alleged arsonist charged for reckless burning in the second degree had reported a fire set in Washington and then filmed his subsequent arrest.
Jeffrey Acord, 36 of Pallyup [sic], called 911 Wednesday evening to report a fire in the median of Highway 167 near Tacoma, Washington. After dialing dispatch services, Acord then livestreamed the incident to his Facebook page, providing constant narration.
Acord was detained with bail set at $1,000 and then transferred from the Pallyup [sic] City Jail to the Pierce County Jail where he was booked under a separate burglary charge. …
The Post Millennial researched Acord’s history of anti-police protesting and encounters with law enforcement. In June, Acord led a Black Lives Matter march in Seattle. Previously in 2014, Acord was caught with a cache of weapons and arrested during the Ferguson Decision Protest.