(Portland, OR) -- A Multnomah County judge is shutting down a request to reduce bail for a Proud Boys member facing a dozen charges including assault in Portland. A judge denied the request from 50-year-old Alan Swinney during a hearing on Monday. Police say Swinney fired a paintball gun and used mace on people during a protest August 15th. Swinney is also accused of attacking counter-protesters during a pro-Trump rally and aiming a real gun into the crowd with his finger on the trigger on August 22nd. Swinney is also facing a one-point-two-million-dollar civil suit in connection to the incidents. Prosecutors argued Swinney poses a safety risk to the community and should remain in custody until trial.