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Over 200 Citations Issued, 3 Vehicles Impounded, 1 Arrested at San Jose Sideshow

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Police in San Jose had been in a position to finish a sideshow that befell early Saturday morning, arresting one suspect on a warrant, issuing 205 citations and impounding three autos.



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SJ sideshow at Park Avenue and Woz Manner (CBS)

In line with a tweet by the police division, at roughly 12:30 a.m., over 100 autos gathered within the space of Park Avenue and Woz Option to take part in a sideshow.

Video from the scene of the sideshow confirmed a big crowd gathered on the intersection beneath the Freeway 87 overpass as vehicles peeled out in circles with spectators gathered dangerously shut. Fireworks had been additionally being set off within the space.



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SJ sideshow at Park Avenue and Woz Manner (CBS)

Responding police items had been in a position to finish the sideshow, authorities stated.

Video: Almost 170 Cited, 6 Autos Impounded In South San Jose Sideshow Crackdown (CBS SF Bay Space)

Almost 170 Cited, 6 Autos Impounded In South San Jose Sideshow Crackdown

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Video from the scene confirmed police patrol vehicles converging on the intersection from a number of instructions, successfully blocking in lots of the autos and spectators who had been participated and watching the criminal activity.



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SJ sideshow at Park Avenue and Woz Manner (CBS)

Police stated there was one individual arrested on an impressive warrant however they didn’t present particulars on the arrest. Moreover three autos had been impounded for 30 days and 205 citations had been issued for numerous violations, together with being a spectator at an unlawful sideshow.

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“We don’t need this to happen in San Jose. It’s harmful. Our residents are pissed off and we wish to deal with it,” SJPD sergeant Christian Camarillo informed KPIX.

On Saturday, the intersection was stained and plagued by tire treads, rubbish and damaged glass.

Punita Bhagi lives a block away.

“Having youngsters with us, I’m involved about our security generally,” Bhagi stated. “I’d like to see the cops simply be right here within the space doing extra patrolling and actually, ensuring they’re stopping it from even getting began.”

Sgt. Camarillo defined town has put a number of ordinances in place to go after the drivers, spectators and promoters. He stated SJPD will proceed to do its greatest deal with the issue.

“We actually wish to exit and deal with this downside. We perceive. We hear residents’ frustrations however we’re doing the best possible we will with the sources now we have obtainable,” he stated. “We now have a devoted group of officers who will typically volunteer to remain previous their off-duty time to take care of these points.”

KPIX correspondent Max Darrow contributed to this report

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