Street takeovers rumble across Orange County

Orange County authorities were kept busy late Thursday night with three separate street takeovers, including one in which a man was hit by a car and another where a spectator ignited a ring of fire around an intersection, officials said.

The illegal street takeovers, also known as sideshows, started around 11:30 p.m. and ran until early Friday, according to police. No arrests or citations were issued in any of the incidents.

In Anaheim, about 80 people gathered at Sunkist Street and East Cerritos Avenue, said police Sgt. Shane Carringer. At one point, cars circled around the intersection where a fire was lighted with what appeared to be a flammable liquid, according to video from news station CBS 2.

By the time police arrived at the scene the fire was out and the crowd had fled,…

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