After the Dodgers won their first MLB World Series championship in decades, the Los Angeles Police Department is trying to disperse the unruly crowd in the city.
There were reports that people were breaking into the store. The police declared an illegal gathering before 1 am local time and issued a dispersal order to Pico and Figueroa in the 8th district. The authorities did not immediately announce the arrest of anyone.
LAPD said on Twitter: “We are still dealing with a large number of people in the downtown area of Los Angeles, sometimes even unruly.” “There are a few closed streets and heavy traffic areas. Please stay away from the DTLA area and expect to have A large number of police are present.”
Since 1988, the Dodgers have won their first World Series Championship
According to the Los Angeles Times, after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 3-2, Dodgers fans formed an impromptu parade downhill from the Sunset Boulevard Stadium, honking and cheering. According to newspaper reports, some people lit fireworks to celebrate the victory, while others climbed up to traffic lights and saw the driver tired in the middle of the intersection.
Earlier on Tuesday, the official account of the police headquarters posted a video message to all retired American sports host Vin Scully on Twitter. The video was based on the 67 seasons of the Dodgers that began in 1967 and ended in 2016. famous.
“Well, the word came out. The Dodgers are world champions. I know you want to celebrate like everyone else, but let’s do it right,” Scully said in the video. “Let us do it in a way that the Dodgers are proud of ourselves and our great city. Let us show the rest of the country how we know how to celebrate the right way. So congratulations to the ball club. Congratulations, let us celebrate together right Way to commemorate our city and the Dodgers. Walk the Dodgers.”
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After the area near Dodger Stadium has been closed for traffic, the police are working to clear hundreds of streets. Only local residents with ID cards can enter the nearby areas.
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department has warned those celebrating the victory to comply with appropriate COVID-19 health guidelines.
Before celebrating the second major sporting event this month, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health told USA Today on Monday that it was “probably” that Lakers fans gathered to watch games and other unobstructed events a few weeks ago. Win the NBA championship of the team. , This may be the cause of the recent surge in coronavirus cases.
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According to The Times, about 2,000 people crowded the streets outside Staples Center to celebrate their victory against the Miami Heat in Orlando. At least 76 people were arrested on suspicion of vandalism, illegal assembly and evacuation.
The Los Angeles Police Department received approval earlier Tuesday to start recording and saving aerial footage of protests and other large gatherings conducted by its helicopters, which is referred to in the local chapter of “Black Lives Matter” as “the height of state suppression and surveillance.” Los Angeles, like other major cities, is preparing for election-related protests, civil unrest, and possible violence around November 3.