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  1. Mittoka

    Jaws

    Also check out our faction: https://forum.gta.world/en/topic/104674-del-perro-13/
  2. This thread will follow the development of the clique "Loked Up Raskals". LOKED UP RASKALS 10 years ago in 2013, Kevin "Venom" Villa and Richard "Rambo" Hernandez formed the clique Loked Up Raskals. Richard and Kevin were both locked up for 10 years after an incident with the two individuals, they ended up taking a charge for murdering a law enforcement officer in broad day light on Innocence Boulevard, thus allowing the clique Loked Up Raskals to fall apart and eventually become defunct. "Loked Up Raskals" eventually formed once again due to two reasons, the decline of the "Time 4 Krime" clique after several arrests and murders on the prominent members in the "T4K" clique and the older influential members of the clique being released from the penitentiary. Unlike previous generations and cliques, the Loked Up Raskals function with a very organized structure, they also have a sense of formal leadership. This being Kevin "Venom" Villa and Richard "Rambo" Hernandez.
  3. The Southside Playboys The Southside Playboys 13 also known as the S/S PBS 13, or the Rabbit Gang are a predominantly Mexican-American street gang. Their territory stretches from Davis Avenue and Carson Avenue all the way to Brouge Avenue which they consider the heart of their hood. Although the numbers aren’t as large they’ve established themselves in various areas of the East & West sides of Los Santos. The Southside Playboys 13 have earned a violent reputation due to an overwhelming influx of younger members even opening up to bringing in different races of members including the African American race. The street gang shows loyalty to the Mexican Mafia with the 13 behind their name, and they usually sport a Playboys Logo (A Rabbit). The Southside Playboys 13 were originally immigrants from Mexico and migrated to the streets of Los Santos and swarmed the streets in the 1970s being one of the oldest Latino street gangs in the history of them all. Gangs surrounding the area of the Playboys 13 street gang were the 38th Street Gang, Florencia 13, Primera Flats 13, and the 14th Street, gang. By the 1980s the street gang already had cliques and sets spread throughout Los Santos with them growing bigger and bigger in a different areas. There are multiple cliques from the Southside Playboys 13 clique with their most known and allegedly the first clique called the Baby Dukeros originally made by Santiago “Duke” Jimenez who was sixteen at the time. The clique recruited young teenagers who attended the Davis High School which was a way for the Playboys 13 street gang to expand. The Baby Dukeros are known to sport the Detroit Tigers logo and are the biggest clique in the Playboy gang. This started to lead on with other cliques being made but a noticeable female clique arrived on the scene. Gloria “Gata” Ramos a known member of S/S Playboys 13 made the Southside Rabbits or the Southside Conejas a group of what you could say doll-faced menaces. Gata grew her group of females to be very strong and keep their minds focused on the hood and that only is why there are so many members of the Playboys street gang that's related because of the family relations within the street gang due to this clique. The Southside Conejas can be identified on apps like Facebrowser with a Pink Rabbit possibly as their profile picture or somewhere in their post even tattoos. Gata eventually passed away from multiple gunshot wounds while hanging with female members of the Conejas she went out taking one of her opposers with her. The Baby Dukeros & The Southside Conejas are what you would consider the Original cliques of Playboys. The Tiny Malditos is one of the newest generational-based cliques made by Oscar “Osito” Navarro. Navarro had multiple members under him ready to die for the cause and all within it, he approached the known Shotcaller of the Playboys gang Gabriel “Lil Maniac” Cortez. He approached him in a respectful manner and took his time building his clique to be officially a part of the Playboys street gang with that in mind, they started to take over the schools and over Facebrowser. The Mainline Lowkeraz was made to branch off and separate some of the Conejas into a different group ran by Kenya “Krazy” Jimenez, they’re still building a name for themselves in Los Santos. Operation Rabbit Ears/Big Maniac’s Up-coming In the 1990s, the Los Santos Police Department started Operation Rabbit Ears on the Playboys street gang. During this time a young Hector Cortez was growing up in these streets still making a name for himself. Cortez looked up to Lefty a known Emero for The Mexican Mafia. Hector was taught almost everything by him including shooting his first firearm. Hector also was close with who people may know as Big Listo & Big Shady two members of the Playboys 13 street gang who were in their mid-teens at the time and involved themselves in deep street gang activity including killing multiple members of rival street gangs and became a Top member of the Baby Dukeros. During this time Hector got his long-time girlfriend pregnant with a child who would grow up to follow in his footsteps (Gabriel “Lil Maniac” Cortez”). Hector eventually earned his name Maniac by killing two officers while the LSPD was closing in on the Playboys & Mexican Mafia relations during a big deal going down involving massive weapons. Maniac attempted to save Lefty from being arrested by killing the two officers and fleeing immediately hoping Lefty would follow behind, but Lefty was eventually caught due to him being shot in his leg and collapsing to the ground where he was apprehended. Big Maniac built up his rankings expeditiously after this and became a Shotcaller during the mid-2000s. The Operation Rabbit Ears indictment eventually caught up to Big Maniac but he was released in 2015 from those charges, as he beat the case due to no one in the circle coming out to talk about his rankings and relations to the Playboys street gang. Hector continues to stay around the Playboys area and is there to help his son Lil Maniac run over the Playboys street gang and is his go-to person when needed. New Generation New generation: After fits of extreme violence for multiple years by members of the Playboys 13 gang, the LSPD and federal authorities once again launched a large scale investigation into the Playboys 13, named Operation Rabbit Hole. They targeted key figures in the Baby Dukeros, Southside Conejas, and Mainline Lowkeraz cliques. This resulted in approximately 40 members of the gang being indicted on federal racketeering and narcotics distribution charges, as well as other state and local cases being added on. Over 58 weapons, pounds of heroin and cocaine, as well as over $200,000 in cash were seized during these federal racketeering raids. Some members were able to avoid this indictment, but were subject to a gang injunction in the area. This brought most of the gang's activities to a halt, and left many of the higher ranking members who avoided the indictments to begin appointing new-age leaders for the cliques in order to fill the gaps. During the indictment, funds from narcotic sales were slowed, although recruitment still took place behind closed doors, through the local community schools, and surrounding neighborhoods. There was no shortage of new recruits to initiate into the gang. With the gang injunction recently lifted by a Circuit Court Judge, the Playboys 13 gang once again has begun operating in the open, with new shotcallers appointed, and older members once again fading into the shadows to avoid detection by law enforcement. The power base of the Playboys 13 gang has once again been regained, with weapons trafficking, narcotics trafficking, and other hustles on the rise in the area. There is also an increase in violence throughout the South LS area, due to the LSPD no longer being able to act with the authority of the injunction. With the newer recruits to the gang eager to make a name for themselves and with very few of the older members avoiding the indictments. Law enforcement activity in the area is on the rise, however, with each day, the gang grows stronger and the new members grow more street wise.
  4. South Los 13 - The South Los 13 (SXL13) is a predominantly Hispanic street gang in South Los Santos. This gang is still loyal to the Mexican Mafia to this day, as indicated with the number “13” in the street gang's name. Their territory stretches from Jamestown Street to Macdonald Street, between Innocence Boulevard to Carson Avenue. They feud with the 18th Street Gang, Florencia 13, Junior Mafia 13, Playboys 13, Barrio 13, Capones 13, Gardena 13, all East Coast Crips and all Hoover Criminals. South Los originated from the Raymond Avenue Crips, a Mexican by the name of Bozo allegedly started the South Los 13 gang. They were able to sustain themselves with the support of the Raymond Avenue Crips. The Raymond Avenue Crips helped South Los 13 to fight off a variety of gangs, the most notable Gardena 13. South Los is said to be originated about 1975, they gained traction through gang violence, and everything that comes with gangbanging. Hoovers vs Sox Los - The most notable beef that the South Los’ do have, are the Hoover Criminals. The Hoover Criminals and the South Los’, at one point and still are sworn enemies. During the mid 80’s, the South Los’ and Hoover Criminals were on decent terms. Their territories were pretty close to each other, so it made it almost impossible to avoid them. During the mid to late 80’s, the South Los’ started the war with the Hoovers, the reason being that the Hoover Criminals were selling drugs in the South Los’ turf. Friction and tension built up between the two sets, school fights and brawls were happening almost everyday. A select few South Los members started going into the 112 Hoover Criminals turf, antagonizing them. Allegedly, a South Los member named Bugsy would roll his wheelchair inside of 112 Hoover Criminals territory and stand down the Hoovers, while dissing them. In 1989, a few 112 Hoover Criminal members were shooting dice with a South Los member, allegedly the South Los member had gotten upset that he had lost the game, leading him to rob the dice game. The South Los member then retrieved his firearm and started opening fire at the 112 Hoovers, two of the Hoover affiliates were struck in the head by the bullets, leading both of them to death upon arrival. Tensions between the sets reached a new height after this incident. In 1990, Bugsy from South Los rolled into the 112 Hoover territory with his wheelchair, and began taunting them. This time, the Hoovers didn’t give Bugsy a pass, and opened fire on Bugsy. Bugsy was left for dead on the street, dying from his gunshot wounds. Bugsy’s death was the official kick off to the South Los and Hoover war. After Bugsy’s death, South Los applied major pressure to the 112 Hoovers. Around this time, South Los were at their peak, they had the advantage over 112 Hoover. The 112’s were in a vulnerable state, due to the other beef they were engaged in. The South Los 13 was reportedly pushing the hardline on the 112 Hoovers. Daily shootings and murders would occur, allegedly sending groups to jump the Hoovers in traffic, and boldly hanging out in the 112 Hoovers territory. Around the 1990’s, South Los had the upper hand on the 112 Hoovers, pushing them out of their territory. By the late 90’s the 112’s started sharing neighborhoods with the 107 Hoovers, also known as the Selos. South Los vs Gardena 13 - On May 18th, 1990, at about 11:30, seven young people left the carnival together and began walking home. The group noticed a dark van pass them, the group continued walking and the same van passed them again. As the group approached an intersection, the group noticed the same van for the third time. Someone in the group gave the van the middle finger, the van turned right and stopped. Four members of the group crossed the street, while three stopped on the corner. A South Los member walked up to the four members, he asked the group were they were from, but without giving them time to respond, he raised his right hand and started shooting. He fired five times before returning back to the van, and entered the passenger side. One shot struck a female Gardena 13 member in her leg, three hit a male Gardena 13 member in the chest, abdomen, and the leg, the other members of the group ended up running away. The male shot three times ended up dying from his gunshot wounds. On March 18th, 2017, a few Gardena 13 members entered a territory claimed by the South Los 13. The G13 members spotted a known South Los member inside of a house party. The G13 members stayed outside of the house party and waited for the South Los member to come outside. Once the South Los member came outside, the G13 members asked him where he was from. The South Los affiliate responded with “This South Los, foo.” This resulted in the South Los member being gunned down in front of the party. Modern Day South Los - In current times, the South Los’ aren’t as active as they used to be. This is because of all the beefs they had, they couldn’t hold their own. The police played a big part in this gang's fall, several members getting arrested on a daily basis. The younger generation of the South Los gang are known to be a little more reckless than before. They tend to be more reckless so they can put their gang out there, since most of the older members are incarcerated or dead. The newer generation of the South Los’ push the hardline on all Hoovers, they don’t like any Hoovers at all. They also don’t like the Gardena 13 gang, as well as 18th Street, another Mexican gang. South Los beefs with a large amount of street-gangs, still to this day. Their rivals go as far as MS-13, Playboys 13, Florencia 13, and East Coast.
  5. W/S LENNOX 13 The Lennox 13 gang, also known as Varrio Lennox or Varrio Lennox 13 is a predominantly Hispanic street gang located in the Roy Lowenstein neighborhood, in the greater north Rancho area. The gang roots back to the 1960s, founded by Mexican-American immigrants which make up the demographic majority of the low-income neighborhood. Despite being Sureños themselves with allegiances to the Mexican Mafia, the Lennox 13 gang has ongoing feuds with most southerner gangs. The older generation of the Lennox 13 members manipulate and influence the younger generation by glamorizing narcotics and gang violence. MODERN TIME To date, members within the Lennox 13 gang use the Los Angeles Lakers logo as a way to identify one another. Lakers merch is a particular logo used amongst Lennox 13 gang, representing the "L" in gangs name. Residents and law enforcement are fully aware of the threat street gangs presents, which is even more evident as members from the gang commit broad daylight crimes fuel their criminal enterprise. Frustration and desperation is one of the most common thoughts amongst members from the Lennox 13 gang, as many come from a violent background, a broken home or that of unemployment. In 2022, the Lennox 13 gang has grown smaller from most members being incarcerated or dead. Most older generations have either been incarcerated or retired from the criminal lifestyle, due to personal reasons or because of their inability to maintain their status within the gang. Following up the indictment of the Dukes (DKS) clique, the Cycos (CCS) clique has grown to be the most active within the Lennox 13 gang, despite its young age in comparison to the aforementioned Dukes. Even though the Lennox 13 gang suffered from an indictment which resulted in the incarceration of several members of the gang during the early 2010s, it remains strong and active to this day. The Cycos (CCS) clique is one of the active and recent Lennox 13 cliques. FEDERAL INDICMENT During the early 2010s, a federal operation called Operation Blue Devil was executed against the Lennox 13 gang, which led to the arrest of 27 members, some of whom are named in a federal racketeering indictment that alleges the gang is a criminal enterprise that has engaged in violent crimes, extortion, and narcotics trafficking. The federal indictment that led to Operation Blue Devil focus cracking down on the gang's criminal activities in the city. The investigation into the Lennox 13 gang was conducted by several agencies, including the Los Santos County Sheriff's Department, Gang and Narcotics Enforcement Team, and the SA Drug Task Force, which includes special agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and IRS - Criminal Investigation. The indictment on the Lennox 13 gang alleges that the gang's profits were generated from extortion of business owners within the gang's territory and drug sales, which contributed the most to the gang's profits. In the gang's territory, narcotics were often sold by drug dealers who paid regular taxes to the gang to sell within their territory. In exchange, they were protected by Lennox 13 gang members from robberies and other competitors. The money generated from the gang's illegal activities was used in the purchase of illegal weapons, drugs, funeral costs of fallen gang members, and money deposits into the prison accounts of incarcerated gang members. OOC INFORMATION Lennox 13 is a real gang that operates out of far West of South Central in Los Angeles which the leadership and members of the faction have researched heavily and plan on showing so in our roleplay. We do NOT tolerate trolls, play to win behavior, metagame, or any other form of rule-breaking. The factions main goal is to provide an opportunity for multiple players to develop as a group which they can create roleplay with. This being said your character's life should be more than just the gang and you should actively develop your character outside of the gang. Even though Sureño gangs have certain members which aren't of a Hispanic background, we'll only be focusing on Hispanic characters for the sake of realism, as most of the gangs membership are Hispanic. (If you're considering joining or have any questions regarding this faction then private message me, @red raggin , or @MrNoLimit on forums.)
  6. This is the story of Josephine Pineda, a sixteen year old drug addict from the Jamestown Projects.
  7. Carlos Molina Carlos Molina was born in Davis General Hospital on the 8th of August, 2006 to two Mexican immigrants, Carolina Pousa and Eddy Molina, who moved from Sinaloa, Mexico to avoid the cartel wars going on which dragged many innocent civilians into the conflict. They illegally crossed the border for the sake of giving their son a better life and settled into the bordering states major metropolitan city which is Los Santos which has a big Hispanic population especially in the Jamestown area of Rancho and have been living there ever since they moved which prompted him to also attend the local Davis Middle School , his parents work grueling 9-5 jobs under green cards obtained after a certain amount of years living in the United States to meet ends meet with his father being a local carpenter and his mother a full time nurse working several shifts over week as well as his father working for several clients caused for them both to be largely absent in the household accept whether it be in the afternoons or picking up Carlos despite all this the family still held a pretty close bond as most Hispanic households in Mexico and other Latino countries do which stood out like a sore thumb in Rancho as most families were broken or affected by gang violence. Carlos was no stranger to this harsh reality he would mostly see it out by his window at night hearing random gunshots and loud sirens shortly afterwards, from the drugged out homeless man walking through the middle lot barely able to stand straight to the group of gangsters hanging out by the cantina with a bottle of 40oz beer on one hand and a bag of weed in the other he saw it every day walking to school but he always maintained a somewhat optimistic view of it largely due to his young age the reality of his area had not set in yet as he knew it wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows but from an early age his parents taught him what do to and who to stay away from, going as far to put him in school after programs at Davis Middle School largely taking a liking to baseball and soccer where he currently plays for the schools team. This kept him away most of the time but as the shifts got longer Carlos now goes outside with his bike and rides around to seek any way of passing the time in his empty and dull home. He also does other activities like play FIFA 15 on his old XBOX 360 and watch TV which he very much enjoys, overall Carlos is a decently normal kid with interest and passions which he looks to share with by maintaining a very outgoing and friendly personality like any other children his age but not in the same environment. This thread will follow the development and day to day life of Carlos Molina.
  8. ShawnM

    ghost

    Marcus Wakefield is a latino-afro affiliate within the PJBS Clique of Culver City Boys 13. Marcus started off as a good boy before quickly losing his ways with school and become associated with the neighborhood trouble makers. It wasn't soon before the heavy gang influence affected Marcus and led him into engaging in criminal activity. Wakefield was just fourteen when he was charged with Attempted Murder after a shooting involving a Hoover gang affiliate after a dispute. He was sentenced at Los Santos Judicial Court, serving five years, deduced to four for good behaviour. Wakefield is struggling to adapt to life out the pen after spending key years of his childhood locked up inside Twin Towers Correctional Facility. Marcus Wakefield circa 2020 on the right with a fellow CCB13 affiliate.
  9. Nancy "Poison" Rosales is a 15-year-old kid from Rancho at the Jamestown Projects. She lives with her grandmother, having been kicked out of her mother's apartment. She has a 12 year old brother named Thomas. She attends highschool in Davis. Currently, she is in jail pending trial.
  10. SYR

    Tuff Fella

    The Story Arturo Torres (born August 18th, 2004) is a 16 year old boy living in Chamberlain Hills, Los Santos. Arturo is affiliated with the Chamberlain Varrio Tortilla Flats 13 gang and is commonly seen hanging around with the older gang members within the area. He has recently been seen selling narcotics from his bike around Chamberlain Hills. Arturo was born to a single-mother struggling to get by in the housing projects of Chamberlain Hill, during his adolescence he frequently witnessed his mother get high on heroin which has been a trend in his family as his father died of an overdose also. As time passed, and Arturo grew older - he began hanging out on the block more and more with people who were in a similar situation as himself. In the streets was where Arturo learned what it was to be a man. Despite his difficult upbringing, Arturo was always an excelling student at school. His grades were good, however his behaviour was an increasing issue and Arturo was suspended many times from school prompting his mother to go to the school and argue for his return as swiftly as possible. Arturo has a very outspoken demeanour and is quite timid at times where he feels threatened. Arturo also is quite talkative, known for joking around with people. Due to his open nature, Arturo is easy to befriend and is a loyal individual to his friends. Arturo also appreciates the value of his culture and the overall cause for their race and aspires to be a loyal Sureno soldier. He is completely indoctrinated by the gang culture around him and is constantly willing to prove himself. This has been seen recently where he has immediately undertook any task appointed to him by his big homies. Arturo also abuses narcotics such as PCP and marijuana to cope with trauma caused by his day-to-day life. Arturo is often seen writing lyrics on his phone for his new music, aspiring to be a rap artist in a bid to make it big and represent his hood and gang on a larger scale. This thread will proceed to highlight his development.
  11. This thread will follow the development and lifestyle of Anthony "Gordo" Diaz, a high ranking member from the South Los 13 street gang.
  12. RIVAS 13 Origin The Eastside Rivas, is a coalition of several Hispanic-American street gangs and cliques located in El Burro, Los Santos. They fall under the Mexican Mafia Umbrella and are arguably one of the largest street gangs in the Eastside of Los Santos. The word Riva is a short word for Riverside 13 and is commonly used by Latino street gangs such as the Westside Riva and the Dog Town Riva. The Eastside Rivas claim territory along El Burro. The Eastside Rivas consist of several cliques such as Eastside Riva 14th Street, Patterson Park, Clicka Los Primos CLPS, Traviesos, and the Tiny Dukes who are the most active and violent Clique of the Eastside Rivas. Some cliques and subsets of the Eastside Rivas have a hierarchical structure, which is similar to the Italian Mob. For instance, the Patterson Park is the lowest ranking clique of the ESR and members tend to act as foot soldiers. Members are promoted to the Traviesos clique before graduating to the Tiny Dukes, the highest ranking clique of the Eastside Rivas. Each clique has its own president who oversees the day-to-day operation of the gang. Gang injunction On Friday, August 31, 2007, at 10:00 PM, Gang Detectives and SWAT Officers from the Los Santos Police Department executed a Search Warrant at the home of a High Ranking member after running a classified ad in the Eastside Riverside Press-Enterprise, 31 people was taken in custody while the Los Santos Police Department was still on the look for 7 other members of the Eastside Rivas gang. Allies & Rivals In 1990, the Eastside Rivas Tiny Dukes formed a brief alliance with the 1200 Block East Coast Crips after a gang meeting at a local Park. The two gangs were bonded by mutual enemies, which included the Casa Blanca Gang and the Casa Blanca Gangster Crips located in Central Riverside. However, this alliance was reported to members of the Mexican Mafia ( a notorious prison gang ) who ordered the Tiny Dukes to break all ties with the 1200 Blocc Crips, mainly due to them being primarily a black street gang. In 1991, the Eastside Rivas were in a violent war with the 1200 Blocc East Coast Crips, resulting in several innocent people being caught in the cross-fire. In 2002, 15- year-old Markess Lancaster was shot dead by Eastside Riva after being mistaken for a member of the East Coast Crips. In 2012, Lareanz Simmons, a 14-year-old Riverside Poly High School student was shot while walking to his grandmother's house, where he collapsed in the driveway and later died in the Pillbox hospital. The Los Santos Police department labeled these incidents as racially motivated Hate Crimes and placed both Eastside Rivas and 1200 Blocc Crips on permanent gang injunctions.
  13. * Anthony Narvaez was born in Los Santos, he was born in 2006, aging him fifteen years old now, Anthony was raised by mainly his father only, his mother was out of the picture as she was busy getting high and making money, not caring much about Anthony in general, she thought Anthony was a curse laid upon her by god as punishment for her habits. Anthony was raised around the Vespucci area, growing up in a neighborhood with much gang activity and violence he was taught early on by his father to stay away from it all, his father wanted was for him to go to school and study for a good and stable future so he wouldn't have to live down in areas like this and have a good and happy life in general. Anthony's father was employed at a shitty job at the docks, working hard for the most minimal pay, just enough to afford rent and buy food. As Anthony grew up, he was quick to realize that his father's plans weren't going to work as he wasn't the most smartest or brightest, he was doing bad at school, not paying attention much to the teachers and mostly clowning around, not getting the grades his father wanted him to get, it didn't take long for Anthony to be suspended from school, whilst being suspended Anthony was out on the street, chilling it up with the kids and people his father taught him to stay away from but he couldn't any longer, he began becoming involved with the people from the area and started doing other things to make money so he wouldn't feel like a total bum.
  14. E/S York Park Boys 13 History E/S York Park Boys 13 were not always violent when they started, they were just a social club and rarely engaged in illegal activities. They were started by the Rodriguez brothers in the late of '40s, but little is known about the brothers. The greatest of their crimes during the 1940s were simple assaults or failed robberies. As time progressed and their numbers increased, they became more violent and started to act more like a criminal street gang and less like a social club. In the late 1960s, when heroin started to flood the streets, they turned for the worse and would be forevermore labeled a criminal street gang. They increasingly took part in the illegal drug trade and these actions have continued to the present day. By the time the 1970s rolled around, York Park Boys had grown from a neighborhood social club into a highly organized gang whose territory stretched 6 miles. E/S York Park Boys also began to clash with neighboring gangs, such as E/S Playboys 13, SS 18th Street Rancho Locos, Tiny Raskal Gang and GMV in an attempt to assert their dominance. At first, it was common for rival gang members to fight one another to settle scores, but once cocaine hit the streets, gangs noticed that huge amounts of money can be generated from its distribution and shootings/stabbings became more prevalent. In the 1990s the main drug of choice in the York Park hood switched from cocaine to methamphetamine due to the establishment of industrial-sized meth laboratories in central-Mexico as well as the increased scarcity of cocaine after the fall of the Medelin cartel. During this period of time drug-addiction and violent crime became an everyday fact of life in northeast Los Santos as rival gangs began fighting over drug turf. In the last half of the 1990s northeast Los Santos had more homicides than any other part of the city with 500 gang-related shootings. E/S York Park Boys 13 are well known for their hatred of and hate crimes committed against African-American residents of their neighborhoods. Reflecting their hate-filled attitudes, they tried to keep even non-gang affiliated African-Americans from moving into the York Park area. Criminal activity E/S York Park Boys 13 gained national attention in 1995, when several members opened fire on a car that made a wrong turn into a Mirror Park alley, killing 3-year-old Stephanie Kuhen. Gang members were also accused of the August 2008 killing of Los Santos County Deputy Sheriff Abel Escalante, 27, who worked at the Men's Central Jail guarding some of the county's most dangerous inmates. Escalante was gunned down outside his parents' Mirror Park home as he prepared to go to work. York Park Boys 13 are notorious for their participation in hate crimes against black inhabitants of their neighborhoods. Some have called their actions a campaign of ethnic cleansing. Aside from their participation in hate related crimes, their main source of income is from illegal narcotics and human trafficking.York Park Boys, as with most other Sureño sets, are well connected with Mexican drug cartels, specifically the Sinaloa cartel. Methamphetamine, cocaine, black-tar heroin, and marijuana is sold by street dealers who operate out of numerous hidden "trap-houses" where the product is stored and processed into smaller quantities. The gang also sell an arsenal of illegal/stolen firearms, ranging from handguns to assault rifles, as well as knives, clubs, etc. They are responsible for over 100 murders in the last 20 years alone, specifically rival gang members. Culture As the other gangs, E/S York Park Boys 13 have a long history of involvement with the Mexican Mafia. Gang members are secretive and their co de of silence is taken seriously and violations have lethal consequences. Respect and loyalty are considered to be very important. They challenge anyone and enforce the borders of their territory with deadly accuracy. The gang gots a different tattoos that represents the set: skulls, Santa Maria, different types of crosses, weapons, messages and much more. On their body you can the number 13 typed in many different styles. York Park Boys 13 are one of LS's most violent gangs. Location E/S York Park Boys 13 are located in Mirror Park, York Street. York Park Boys 13 are claiming the gang territory based on where gang members live. Many gang members have relocated to Sandy Shores and Paleto Bay counties – and other areas of Los Santos County – due to the gang injunctions from the LSPD and on going gang wars with York Park Boys. Increased housing and rental prices in many east side neighborhoods have meant that former gang members have moved as rentals and home prices became too expensive. Even through all of this, gang have survived countless convictions, injunctions, evictions and deportations. Police have desperately tried to break the gang for decades. Major successes came with raids and undercover units. OOC Information: •We focus a lot on our character development, if you fail to meet the requirements regarding this you will be removed from the faction without any hesitations. •Trolling, rule breaking players, always going on OOC and trigger happy members will be removed from the faction. We do not tolerate that in this faction. Anyone found breaking these rules will be removed from the faction without any warnings. •Once you join the discord and you officially come around the neighborhood and get to meet with the locals, you will give all of your rights to be Character Killed at any time. By this it means that we are allowed to CK your character, no matter what the circumstances are. •If you have any question in regards to joining, or if you got questions about the faction feel free to send a DM to @darkeyor @palekos.
  15. YOU PLAY, YOU PAY Daniel Parada Daniel Parada was born into a broken home, with his father incarcerated for 2x Second Degree murder, and his divorced mother addicted to heroin. At a young age, Daniel was forced into a parental role, taking care of his younger sister while his mother neglected them both. Daniel often looked to his father for guidance, frequenting visits at the Bolingbroke State Penitentiary. Whilst juggling between academics and family, Daniel found himself a sense of power within the controlling El Monte Flores gang, where he racked "Spider" as his placa due to his lanky legs. Over the next few years of Daniel's life, he made the set a priority over education, often bunking classes and eventually flunking out of high school in his last year. The income Daniel had received throughout his years within the set had given him enough money to move out of his mother's house and into his own, partly accompanied by his sister who had moved between homes often. On the night of 21 April 20XX, Daniel and a a homie of his had decided that the conditions were suitable for them to hit a lick on a random female, who had turned out to be an off-duty police officer. After flunking the robbery, the duo had took to running, sprinting through the alleys of Bridge Street, before turning a corner and into a cruiser. They were both shortly detained and later arrested, serving Daniel with 1x Armed Robbery, 1x Possession of an illegal firearm and 1x Resisting Arrest. During his stay at the Correctional Facility, Daniel had provided his camaradas with poorly-designed tattoos, created by a makeshift tattoo machine. Daniel was able to pursue his creative interests, while simultaneously making a profit via commissary. Not only did he focus on tattoos, he had also focused much of his attention on programming, increasing his muscle mass. Maya Parada Maya Parada, younger sister to Daniel, shared the same upbringing as her older brother. Her father being incarcerated and her mother would neglect the pair, choosing to feed her addiction rather than caring for her children. This would feed into Daniel ending up being her only parental figure, as he looked after her. Though, Maya was born and raised on Bridge Street. This would influence her drastically, despite her brother attempting to keep her away from the local gang as best as he could. She would be pushed by her older brother to focus on her academics, and stay away from the gang lifestyle, though her personal desires would be the opposite of what her brother wished. Looking up to him, she would pick up some of his creative side, though opting to display this talent through the use of a spray can rather than a tattoo needle. Taking great care in her artwork, she would practice designs at home, refining her craft.
  16. Brooklyn's birth wasn't planned, through that she was neglected even though the act to make her seem under parental supervision was there. Growing up most of her childhood in a poor household had her realise the real value of money way too early. She does her best to socialize in the streets and often finds herself commiting and looking up to the wrong role models. She had always been a perfectionist when it came to school, though changes in mentality due to inspiration coming from all the wrong places had her lately neglect it, and the fact that she's barely facing consequences lets her comfortably do so.
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  18. • Adriana Delgado was born in Davis, she was raised mostly around Strawberry till the age of twelve, from that point on, she and her family moved to El Burro Heights as that would be the cheaper and more effecient option for her family. Adriana grew up in a very toxic and abusive household, her mom, Luciana was always getting high off Heroin in order to sustain herself, being the addict that she is. Her father was only around in the weekends to oversee and take care of Adriana in a way, this being because her father had to work the entire week, doing hard labor. Once Adriana moved to El Burro Heights with her family, things began going the wrong way for Adriana as she came in contact with the locals of Hillside, getting more in contact with the ''bad influences'' that scatter over the area there, her grades dropped down heavily as she became rebellious, getting beaten up more at home by every phone call the school gave to Adriana's parents. She began going outside as she wasn't able to control her anger and emotions whilst being inside the house with her mom, having thoughts of killing her mom daily, she'd go out and hang around other people, chilling about in El Burro Heights, trying to distract herself.
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  20. Born to a low income family, Eric is the older of the Arellano siblings. As opposed to his sister, he's actually physically seen their father before his incarceration, two weeks before Eric's third birthday. Their mother couldn't handle the lonelines and began "dating" shortly after the incarceration. Eric had a difficult childhood. His mother worked two jobs and the rest of her spare time was usually occupied by her many relationships. The forced independence toughened him up and the constant desire to run from his home life made him reckless. The only sense of duty and responsability he has is in respect to his younger sister, Sabrina.
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