A Portland non-profit food truck closed after owners were protested by Occupy ICE on Friday.
Founded by Scott and Julie Hakes in 2017, Happy Camper Food Cart has raised funds to help homeless people through the project. The booth was across the street from the Portland Immigration and Customs Enforcement Building, where protesters have held demonstrations since June.
"Unfortunately, we were threatened and insulted last month because we want the immigration meeting at the DHS site and want to stay neutral and serve all those who are hungry," said a Happy Camper Food Cart Facebook post on 20th of July.
It began when one of the protesters yelled at his daughter with a mega-horn because they thought the daughter would make fun of her. The daughter is overheard and says, "Do you hear her? You think I'm laughing at her," in video clips provided by Scott Hake's KATU2.
"They are constantly cursing and shouting at them," Hakes told KATU2. "She finally had enough, she called me on the phone and cried, I said," Breanna, close the doors, we're done. "
The demonstrators threatened to burn the car" at least three times, "Hakes said Sunday opposite Fox 1
"We were making $ 50 a day," Hakes told KATU2. "I think one day we made $ 25."
The owners tried to talk to the protesters in the hope of finding peaceful solutions, but they were forced either to stay with the demonstrators or to deal with the consequences Facebook page
"We feel We no longer feel safe in the South Waterfront neighborhood at this time, especially after several phone calls to the PD regarding harassment to our customers, property vandalism and intimidation tactics used to stop someone from returning, "the Facebook Post said. "We have not received a single visit from PD to write a report or help with these matters, so we have no choice but to continue with other ideas for the future funding of the organization."
A Portland Police spokesman confirmed that there was at least one report on the threats, along with video according to KATU2  Antonio Zamora, co-founder of Occupy ICE PDX, told KATU2 that the organization did not believe in harassment and violated the Code of Conduct.
The Owners Sell the Food Wagon for $ 29,999 Less Than the Car
The couple knew they wanted to help the homeless after exposing themselves to homelessness, according to Operation Off The Grid's website. According to KATU2, they will continue to seek to raise funds for their charitable organization in other ways.
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