Originally posted at 10:47 p.m. June 22, 2014. Edited with new details.
UPDATE at 11:11 p.m.: At least two people -- a man and a woman -- have been arrested in Pacoima as part of the celebration of Mexico's World Cup victory, NBC4 reports.
UPDATE at 10:53 p.m.: The Los Angeles Police Department has declared an unlawful assembly at the intersection of Van Nuys and Laurel Canyon boulevards, Fox11 reports. There have been no arrests in the area, according to Fox11, citing information from the LAPD.
The Los Angeles Police Department issued a citywide tactical alert tonight to provide additional officers to respond to hundreds of unruly fans taking to the streets of Pacoima to celebrate Mexico's World Cup victory.
The citywide tactical alert went into affect at 10:15 p.m. and allows officers to be held over beyond the end of their shifts, Officer Drake Madison said.
The California Highway Patrol closed off- and on-ramps on the Golden State (5) Freeway for Van Nuys Boulevard and Osborne and Terra Bella streets in response to the disturbance.
The crowd descended upon Pacoima as a result of social media, Fox11 reported.
--City News Service