By Nathaniel Percy | [email protected] | Daily Breeze PUBLISHED: November 9, 2018 at 2:26 pm | UPDATED: November 9, 2018 at 2:27 pm Seven men pleaded no contest to resisting police officers after they blocked two officers who were pursuing a hit-and-run suspect earlier this year, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office said Friday, Nov. 9. The seven men received varying sentences ranging from probation and community service to 90 days in jail, prosecutors said. The incident occurred at a street-racing gathering in South Los Angeles, April 16, prosecutors said. During the gathering, two Los Angeles police officers witnessed a hit-and-run crash at Manchester Avenue and Western Avenue. But when they began pursuing the suspect’s vehicle, the seven men blocked their patrol car, allowing the suspect to get away, prosecutors said. Brian Douglas Dion, 22, of Gardena and Kylee Michael Carter, 22, whose city of residence was unknown, were each sentenced to 90 days in county jail. Steven Hurtado, 18, of Paramount; Markie Dijion Gatewood, 21, of Los Angeles and Davion Anthony Williams, 20, were sentenced to 45 days in jail. Christopher Luis Ramirez, 22, of Chatsworth and younger brother Michael Robert Ramirez, 20, of Carson, were sentenced to three years of summary probation and 20 days of community service, prosecutors said. On top of the sentences, the defendants were ordered to cease any activity involving street racing, sideshows or street takeovers. They were ordered to pay restitution to the hit-and-run victim.