San Fernando Valley residents frustrated by overnight street takeovers

Residents across the San Fernando Valley said they’re frustrated after multiple street takeovers took place overnight. In addition, spectators allegedly shot off fireworks amid the sound of screeching tires and revving engines. 

Video from the scene showed drivers making donuts while passengers hung out the windows. 

The street takeovers reportedly took place at the following intersections: 

  • Nordhoff Street and Lurline Avenue: Chatsworth
  • Louise Avenue and Saticoy Street: Lake Balboa
  • Balboa Boulevard and Devonshire Street: Granada Hills
  • Strathern Street and Whitsett Avenue: Sun Valley
  • Balboa Boulevard and Parthenia Street: Northridge
  • Bledsoe Street and Bradley Avenue: Sylmar

Neighbors told FOX 11 that the side shows happened late Thursday night into early Friday morning while they were trying to sleep. 

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Police attempted to break up the takeovers. However, the perpetrators moved quickly, going from one location to another. 

Tire marks seen in at the intersection of Louise Avenue and Saticoy Street, hours after a reported street takeover.  (ONSCENE. TV)

No arrests were made, authorities confirmed.