Photos, Video: Police And World Cup Revelers Come Face To Face In Huntington Park
Police were out in full force Sunday in the heavily Latino city of Huntington Park after Mexico’s loss against the Netherlands in the World Cup. No arrests have been reported.
According to the Los Angeles Times’ Ruben Vives, mounted police would move in every so often to keep celebrators off the streets.
Updated 1:00 p.m.: According to Vives, the sheriff's department has declared unlawful assembly and is asking people to leave the area.
Updated 1:15 p.m.: KTLA has posted an image of soccer fans shaking cars and jumping on a truck:
Meanwhile, an officer from the LAPD Foothill Division tweeted that demonstrations had been peaceful. The Foothill division includes Pacoima, where demonstrations turned rowdy on Monday.
So far so good in @LAPDFoothill Division. Its a warm day out here. Soccer fans showing their team pride in a peaceful manner. Thank you.— Officer Lee (@LAPDLee) June 29, 2014
Updated 1:30 p.m.: Vives confimed no arrests had been made in Huntington Park.
Time to kick la pelota. https://t.co/MLFcZMjeWK— Ruben Vives (@LATvives) June 29, 2014