Dispersal orders issued in downtown and East LA after Rams championship

Multiple dispersal orders were issued for people gathering in downtown and East Los Angeles intersections late Sunday night.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department ordered the public to clear out from the scene near the intersection of Whittier Boulevard and Hendricks Avenue. According to FOX 11's Cristy Fajardo, a street takeover briefly took place near the area, with some cars spotted performing dangerous (and illegal) stunts like donuts.

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FOX 11's crews were on the scene a little before 10:30 p.m. Sunday where Los Angeles County deputies made their way to the East Los Angeles intersection to break up the crowd. The tense series of events came shortly after the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI.

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Over in downtown Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Police Department announced officers have made several dispersal orders in the wake of "violent and destructive behavior by large crowds."

Officials confirmed one man is recovering from a non-lethal gunshot wound. 

SkyFOX captured the moment where several fans jumped on top of a Los Angeles Metro bus.

As of late Sunday night, neither the LAPD nor LASD released an approximate number of arrests or the cost in total damage. 

The Rams victory on Sunday marked the team's second Super Bowl title in franchise history, first in Los Angeles. The Rams captured their first Vince Lombardi Trophy in the 1999 NFL season back when they played their home games in St. Louis.

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