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After a neighboring street takeover, numerous enter a gas station in Compton in a chaotic battle

Following a street takeover on a Sunday morning, roughly 100 individuals entered a petrol station in Compton, smashed out a door, and stole goods off the racks, according to cops.

Officials and footage uploaded on local TV news channels and social media claim that a crowd of individuals broke into the Arco petrol station at around 2:30 a.m. close to Alondra Boulevard and Central Avenue.

According to Sgt. Clarence Williams of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, a minimum of 3 street takeovers took place in the Compton neighborhood throughout the night, one of which was at the crossroads wherein the break-in took place.

The video reveals a man breaking down the glass and opening the station door while wearing a black mask and hoodie. Then a lot of people rush inside the store, some with masks on and some without.

In a hectic scramble, individuals can be observed gathering snacks, beverages, and other stuff. One person is seen on camera grabbing many condom packets while giggling.

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