May 7, 2022

USA: 10 COORDINATED Street Takeovers Flooded San Fernando Valley Streets Thursday Night And Several S.L.A. Street Takeovers Last Weekend. Police Arrested Dozens, Impounded Dozens Of Cars.

This is a coordinated attack on public safety and social order. This is blatant domestic terrorism coordinated by the Communist Democrats to push chaos and fear upon the public. We've already been seeing these exact type of illegal street takeovers in Commie Democrat-run cities across America. This needs to be nipped in the bud. You cannot allow these Commie Democrat criminal gangs to get a foothold in our city of Los Angeles. They are literally testing the waters right now to see how authorities will respond. Think of these events as a shark bump. The Urban Dictionary describes a shark bump as "what a shark does to potential prey to gauge its vulnerability before deciding to strike". Take a good look at all of the graffitti across Los Angeles county right now. The graffitti keeps getting worse because NOBODY IS DOING ANYTHING about it. The ugly graffitti vandalism is spreading like toxic mold. The vandals and criminal element are being given free reign by Commie Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascรณn who openly favors criminals. These Communist Democrats are systematically implementing chaos and disorder in communities across America to control the population using fear. Who do you think the criminal element is going to be loyal to? Think of this as a mafia ring with our local Commie Democrat government in control. You can't say that I'm being biased when it is clearly happening and you just simply refuse to accept it until it reaches your door step.  All Los Angeles residents, business owners, and families want is to feel safe and it doesn't matter what race or economic background they are from. Crime affects us all. (emphasis mine)
FOX 11 Los Angeles published May 6, 2022: 10 street takeovers flood San Fernando Valley streets overnight. It was a busy night for police in the San Fernando Valley.
CBS Los Angeles published May 6, 2022: Dozens arrested after multiple street takeovers break out across San Fernando Valley. CBS LA's Jasmine Viel reports on the series of street takeovers that took place across Los Angeles County Thursday evening, resulting in dozens of arrests after officers were able to break up the gatherings.

Los Angeles Times
written by Nathan Solis
Friday May 6, 2022

Police arrested three dozen people Thursday night at several illegal street takeovers in and around Los Angeles, including large gatherings in the San Fernando Valley, according to authorities who impounded multiple vehicles.

Roughly 150 people gathered at Roscoe Boulevard and Coldwater Canyon Avenue in the Sun Valley neighborhood, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Street takeovers often involve a pack of cars blocking an intersection where drivers perform dangerous maneuvers with their cars.

LAPD Sgt. Jodie McGee of the Valley Traffic Division told Fox 11 News that the participants often wreak havoc in communities.

“They like to make videos of it,” McGee said. “But the problem is, people are getting injured and killed by these guys … doing the doughnuts. They lose control, they hit the crowd — the spectators that are watching what’s going on. And then what happens, as soon as they hit somebody, they take off. So now you have a hit-and-run, and if a person’s injured, it could be a felony. So that’s why we’re here. We’re trying to curtail the activity.”

The LAPD impounded eight cars after people abandoned the vehicles when police arrived. The LAPD and California Highway Patrol worked together to respond to the illegal takeover and both agencies made multiple arrests. Police said they recovered a flamethrower at the Sun Valley takeover, as reported by KTLA-TV.

The news station also reports there was a separate street takeover in Compton, where police impounded several vehicles. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department did not immediately have any information about the incident.

KABC-TV reports there was another takeover in Granada Hills that police responded to just before 11:20 p.m. Nearly 20 cars were impounded and 20 people were cited, while four people were arrested by authorities.
FOX 11 Los Angeles May 2, 2022: Illegal street racing and street takeovers on the rise. Travis Rice reports on the rise in illegal street racing in the area, and the efforts of a local District Attorney to try and stop it.

FOX11 News Los Angeles
written by Gigi Graciette , Kelli Johnson and Travis Rice
Monday May 2, 2022

LOS ANGELES - Authorities were investigating multiple street takeovers that occurred across Los Angeles County over the weekend as video shows cars taking over intersections, racing, and doing donuts while coming dangerously close to bystanders.

Police said it’s the same crew of exhibition drivers and the same audience that tends to follow them. When police broke up the chaos at one location, they just moved to another.

Bicyclist struck in Compton

Around 10:45 p.m. Sunday, officials received a call regarding a burnout at the intersection of Atlantic and Alondra boulevards. A "burnout" is described as a practice where a car stays in place while spinning its wheels.

The driver lost control of the vehicle and struck a cyclist who was crossing the intersection. The victim was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

The suspect’s vehicle was described as a white sedan. The car immediately left the area and was last seen traveling southbound on Atlantic Blvd.

The search for the suspect is ongoing.

In addition, the California Highway Patrol is investigating a hit-and-run crash that was initially believed to be connected to a street takeover. Two people were killed in the crash.

Street takeovers in South Los Angeles On Saturday, a street takeover was reported at the intersection of South Western Avenue and West Century Boulevard at 11:45 p.m.

Outrageous video shows hundreds of spectators at the intersection blocking traffic and filming drivers doing donuts in the middle of the roadway.

Police eventually broke up the unsanctioned event, but a similar-sized crowd popped up less than two hours later at the intersection of South San Pedro Street and East Manchester Avenue at 1:30 a.m. Sunday.

Video shows attendees doing burnouts with motorcycles along with cars, and even briefly blocking the intersection when an ambulance needed to pass through.

No arrests were made at either of the street takeovers Saturday night or early Sunday morning.

Yet, it happened again 24 hours later.

A street takeover was reported at the intersection of South Western Avenue and West Imperial Highway where authorities said a crowd of up to 300 people gathered around 1:30 a.m. Monday.

Echo Park street takeover

Video shows a street takeover that occurred at the intersection of Glendale Blvd. and Alvarado St. around 12:30 a.m. Monday. When police arrived at the scene, the crowd dispersed.

Orange County to crack down on street takeovers

Over the weekend, Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer vowed to crack down on street racing and street takeovers. He launched a new campaign alongside alums of the "Fast & Furious" movie franchise, to try to put a stop to street racing.

"These events are killing innocent people and we are fighting like heck to hold exhibitionists and street racers accountable," he said during a news conference. "It’s out of control and we know it."

UPDATE 5/7/22 at 5:01pm: Added info below.
FOX 11 Los Angeles April 13, 2022: Fed up with LA crime, neighbors take action into their own hands. Unfazed by security cameras, a security gate and security guard, brazen criminals strike over and over again. Many people have had enough of it.
FOX 11 Los Angeles published April 13, 2022: LAPD warns Angelenos to be careful with valuables amid surge in follow-home robberies. Police are asking Angelenos to be careful when they're out and about as officers are seeing more follow-home robberies across the area.
FOX 11 Los Angeles published April 25, 2022: Truck driver attacked in Downtown San Bernardino during violent street takeover. A truck driver was attacked during a street takeover in Bellflower. Laura Diaz spoke to someone who was there.
I went to go look up San Bernardino County District Attorney. His name is Jason Anderson. He assumed office January 1, 2019 and his term ends January 2, 2023. Ballotpedia claims he is a "nonpartisan" candidate. That can't be with crime on the rise in San Bernardino. So, I decided to look up his top donors and wouldn't you know it, he was ENDORSED by Color of Change PAC (CCP) a Marxist organization. The Color of Change co-founder is Van Jones who onced served as President Obama's Green Jobs Advisor and the former director of Commie Democrat organization Therefore, one can surmise that the so-called "nonpartisan" SB District Attorney is very much a Commie global warming globalist criminal loving partisan District Attorney just like the one we have in Los Angeles. (emphasis mine)
UPDATE 5/7/22 at 6:12pm: Added info below.
FOX 11 Los Angeles published March 17, 2022: Crime in West Hollywood up by more than 130%. Neighbors and law enforcement are concerned after seeing an alarming surge in crime in West Hollywood.
West Hollywood authorities cut the police force last year and now because crime is up (oh what a surprise ๐Ÿ™„) they want to hire back police to curb crime.๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿคฌ (emphasis mine)

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