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The 99 Chamberlain Mafia Crips (99CMC) also known as the 9'ers, are an active African-American street gang located on the East Side in the Chamberlain district of South Los Santos, San Andreas. They originated in the 1980's, around 99th Street and Success Ave, between Compton Ave and Central Ave. The 99 Chamberlain Mafia Crips are known to sport yellow or gold, along with the traditional color blue worn by members of the Crips. They also falls under the Mafia Crips umbrella. Their main enemies are: Their main allies are: Hat Gang Watts Crips • Fudge Town Mafia Crips Krazy Mexican Town • Blue Gate Mafia Crips Bounty Hunter Bloods • Main Street Mafia Crips Cirle City Pirus • PJ Watts Crips Be-Bop Watts • Nut Hood Watts Crips Bishop Bloods Grape Street Crips 8-Tray Gangster Crips --History & Activities-- In December 2005, over a 31-day period, violence in the Watts community escalated. There were 18 gang related shootings, seven of which were homicides. Los Santos Councilwoman Janice Hahn called a meeting of community leaders, the Los Santos Police Department, school representatives, service providers, gang intervention workers, and city departments and facilitated by Patricia Villasenor of the City of Los Santos Human Relations Commission, to see how, together, they could stop the violence and improve police and community relations. This was the beginning of the Watts Gang Task Force. Since that first meeting in January 2006, the task force has met every Monday in Councilwoman Hahn's Watts office, and facilitated by the Human Relations Commission. The greater Watts area has one of the highest concentrations of gangs within Los Santos County. LSPD estimates that there are at least 59 known and active gangs in the Southeast Division. Specifically, the Watts/Southeast GRYD contains an estimated 14 known and active African American and Latino gangs, of which three are Blood cliques, eight are Crips cliques, and three are Latino cliques. The most active gangs in the GRYD according to law enforcement are African American gangs, due to the longstanding rivalries between the Bloods and the Crips, and the dominant gangs within the public housing developments. --Operation "Wet Job"-- In 1998, Chamberlain area where local, and Federal authorities raided a home in the nearby Strawberry Avenue complexes. In the home they found nearly 50 gallons of PCP, along with multiple firearms including assault weapons. 10 reputable Chamberlain Mafia Crips were arrested in connection with the operation including Dwayne Beals, 29, and Darcell Odom, 33. who were allegedly in control of the operation. Federal authorities stated that they had dealt a major blow to the large scale manufacturing and distribution ring in Chamberlain as a whole. The total cost of the drugs found were estimated to be worth about $1,250,000. Along with the PCP, there was also an arsenal of assault weapons and handguns, all stolen, recovered from another apartment within' the complex. Among those charged, Dwayne Beals and Darcell Odom had over 50 charges each, including Manufacturing and distributing a controlled substance, possession of a stolen firearm times 20, Possession of firearm as a felon, etc... which they were found guilty of and were sentenced to life without parole. The trial barely lasted an hour before the jury made their final decision. The rest of the members charged mostly faced conspiracy to manufacture a controlled substance, conspiracy to distribute, and ultimately faced 10 to 15 years each depending on how big of a role they played. Among the 10 charged, 3 of them were youths so their information was never released to the public. The Department of Justice Headquarters SOUTH L.S. “CRIP” GANG LEADER ARRESTED ON FEDERAL CHARGES Monday, July 15th, 2010. A South L.S. gang leader has been arrested by the FBI, being charged with one count of “conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act” and one count of “using a firearm in furtherance of a violent crime resulting in death.” Deandre Anderson, or "Dough Boy”, was said to be a senior member of the "99" Chamberlain Mafia Crips. He was taken into federal custody for allegedly conspiring to kill rival gang members, extorting local businesses and distributing narcotics. The grand jury indictment alleges Anderson was involved in the 2003 murder of a fellow Mafia Crip member and the 2014 murder of a rival gang member. “Anderson ordered the murder of a rival gang member, drove co-conspirators to the victim’s house, and personally handed a co-conspirator a firearm, which the co-conspirator used to murder the victim,” the U.S. Attorney’s office said in a press release. “The murder weapon, an AK-47-style assault rifle, was later found in Anderson's van.” If Anderson is convicted, he could face a statutory maximum sentence of life in federal prison and would be eligible for the death penalty.