A man wanted in the fatal shooting of a man amid protests in Portland, Oregon, was killed as law enforcement moved to arrest him in Washington state.

A suspect in the deadly shooting of a man who participated in a pro-Trump caravan in Portland, Oregon, last weekend was killed by law enforcement officers as they tried to arrest him in neighboring Washington state on Thursday night, officials said.
Michael Forest Reinoehl was fatally shot at around 7:30 p.m. (10:30 p.m. ET) in Olympia, Washington, as a federal task force that included local law enforcement agencies tried to arrest him in the deadly Saturday shooting in Portland, a U.S. Marshals spokesperson said.
The marshals service statement did not name Danielson, but that night Aaron “Jay” Danielson, 39, was killed, Portland police have said. The New York Times first reported that Reinoehl, 48, was killed. The Associated Press, citing a senior Justice Department official, reported that Reinoehl was the prime suspect in the killing of Danielson.
The shooting in Portland occurred during a skirmish between protesters and the pro-Trump caravan in the Oregon city.
The founder of a far-right group called Patriot Prayer has said that Danielson was a supporter of the group and participated in the pro-Trump motorcade.