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  1. I am hereby selling my modern one-bedroom apartment located in Little Seoul on the second floor of 1320 Palomino Avenue. 1 Master Bedroom | 2 Bathrooms | 1 Kitchen | 1 Living Room w/ access to the Balcony | Shared Garage MARKET PRICE: $150,000 FURNITURE WORTH: $120,000 STARTING BID: $275,000 BUYOUT: $350,000 Photos (( OOC ))
  2. NEWS • Crime Written by Yunisa DELGADO-FLORES • May 28th, 2022 - 8:05AM Four masked gunmen flee to Little Seoul, three still on the run Following a traffic stop in South Los Santos, a pursuit on a black SUV led to the arrest of one, and the continued search for three others. K9 units of the Los Santos Police Department exiting the complex after an unsuccessful search. - Yunisa Delgado-Flores. (click the arrows to see the gallery) On May the 26th, at around 23:15, the police report that a pursuit was initiated against a black Benefactor Scheisser containing four individuals; all of which wearing masks. The pursuit started as a traffic stop against the SUV down in Vespucci on Bay City Avenue. "During the stop a canine unit, assigned to Metropolitan Division was deployed and began a external search of the vehicle." The police report, written by officer Raymond Johnson of the Media Relations Division, stated "The canine indicated to units that firearms were on-board the vehicle and as such, officers requested the individuals to exit the vehicle so that a further search could be conducted."+ The SUV after the chase. Windows smashed, body dented. - Yunisa Delgado-Flores. The chase raged through the city, at one point passing through Mission Row. As the chase sped through, the SUV sustained heavy damage. The SUV stopped in Palomino Avenue, where three of the four men exited their vehicles and sought refuge within the Ginger Street apartment complex. The SUV continued after until it stopped further up the road, where the driver fled the vehicle too. "I just saw the cops chasing a black car, I think?", reported an eyewitness on scene. "Then I saw about ten cops chasing one guy. Down [an] alley." A search commenced on the Ginger Street apartment complex, utilizing K9 units. However, the police report that none of the suspects were found. The police report wrote that "At current there are three outstanding suspects in relation to this incident as units were unable to locate within the large complex. An investigation is on-going into obtaining further information and securing apprehension of these potentially dangerous individuals." The driver, who was identified as a 17 year old minor, was later arrested and charged with evasion and vehicular endangerment. If anyone has any information pertaining to the identities of the three others suspects, or if there's anything to report on this situation, they are urged to contact the Daily, details how being found here, and the Los Santos Police Department through their non-emergency line 991. Comments are enabled: Username: Comment: ((Album: ))
  3. ⛩Dream Tower Condominium ⛩ ⛩Perfect place for an Office, situated in a relaxing neighborhood in Little Seoul, near Little Seoul Park and Shrine. ⛩ Contact: 0499-6142 Asking Price: 185,000 USD / Negotiable ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ OOC Property Info:
  4. Apartment in K-Town, Palomino Avenue for sale! Interior (( OOC INFO )) Starting Bid: $100,000
  5. [SOLD] One Bedroom, one bathroom apartment in Little Seoul. This apartment is small-scale and is perfect for any young couple, student or solo resident. The building is pet friendly and has a shared residence garage underneath the property. Starting bid is: $175,000 Offers are being accepted. Maximum buyout: $302,567 Images of the residence: ((OOC Information)): Happy bidding!
  6. This topic is following the development of Kevin Ayestas, a kid in Little Seoul.
  7. NYLA ( This Thread will follow the development of Nyla Carter )
  8. I am selling my 1 bedroom apartment on the ground floor of the Sunshine complex in Little Seoul. The area is always lively with plenty of locals to get to know and plenty of shops for all your needs as well as the well renown Ji-OK night club. I will be selling to somebody already in the area or looking to set down some routes in the area. (( I will mainly looking to sell to someone that is going to use the apartment for their character, not to flip it or rent it out to another party. )) As you can see by the pictures above, the apartment has a good standard of interior design and is ready to be lived in. The buyout for the property is set at $376,360 If the correct suitor comes available the property could be sold for less than the buyout price. Starting Bid: $166,360 The property will be listed for a total of five (5) days and then the potential new owner will be contacted via E-Mail ((Forum PM)), so please leave your e-mail address on any bids made. (( )) (( I reserve the right to refuse a potential player offering the buyout if I find a person more suitable for the area. Preference is someone that roleplays in the area and will continue to do so. House flippers, landlords need to look elsewhere. )) Comments Enabled. Bidding Enabled. Bids below the starting bid, automatically cancelled.
  9. The thread will follow Derrick Munguia a/k/a Largo, a W/S Mara Salvatrucha gang member, and an active gang banger.
  10. Knotts

    hustle & seoul

    Michael Son Michael Son (born Son Min-chul; January 26, 2002) is an 18-year-old Korean-American orphaned teenager. He was aged-out of the American foster care system, resulting in his descent into poverty and consequent homelessness. Michael Son was left in the care of a foster home at the age of six after his mother was deported to South Korea following a case of migrant smuggling. Michael does not have any family, or any that he knows of at this point in time, living in Los Santos. He is commonly seen around the Little Seoul and Vespucci areas looking to make a living.
  11. For Rent SK Properties 1324 Palomino Blvd - Floor 2, Room 1 $20,000 per Week Contact at [email protected] ((@nachorn)) - #12000 Entry Kitchen Living Room Office/Gym Walk-in Closet Bedroom Bathroom
  12. Two bedroom apartment on the second floor of Lindsay Circus complex in Little Seoul, directly opposite the gas station. Plenty of local amenities and a friendly community to be a part of. Market Price: $110,000 Asking Price: $110,00 Not accepting lower than asking price.
  13. "If it's the last thing that I gotta do, if it's the last point that I gotta prove, to my fuckin squad I'ma keep it true and represent the gang till I'm restin in a tomb" - Young Dopey Left to right; Florencia Echegoyen, 2015 @ Decker Park before MS13 RICO indictment ~ Florencia Echegoyen, 2020 @ Lindsay Park after release from Bollingbroke State Pen BACKSTORY: Florencia Echegoyen a/k/a La Greñas was a W/S Mara Salvatrucha 13 gang member, originally born into a mid-end family in West Los Santos; a couple of them being affiliated to the W/S Mara Salvatrucha 13 themselves. Florencia Echegoyen was a good girl up until she was 14, when she was placed under the observacione role within W/S Mara Salvatrucha 13; meaning she was being observed for membership status. She became a chequeo at the age of 15, ironically being the same year that the Federal Bureau of Investigations and Los Santos Police Department RICO indicted countless W/S Mara Salvatrucha 13 affiliates, her being one of them. She was sent to a juvenile detention center where she was officially inducted as a member of the transnational criminal organization at 16 years old by other young affiliates, and was given a 13 second beatdown to get jumped into the gang; in private away from juvenile security. At the age of 15; Florencia Echegoyen and several other Mareras jumped a rival female gang member from Drifters 13, where it resulted in Florencia Echegoyen hanging the rival female with a rope; essentially lynching her. This is where Florencia Echegoyen's street name; La Greñas comes into play, since it translates to "Tangle", and the rope tangled multiple times during the lynching; Florencia Echegoyen's homegirls nicknamed her La Greñas. Once Florencia Echegoyen hit 18 years old, she was officially transferred to the women's facility of Bollingbroke State Penitentiary where she served a remaining 17 months before being released back into the general population. Once released back into the public, she spent roughly two years in the W/S Mara Salvatrucha doing countless things to keep ship afloat, until Gabriella "Feisty" Delgado was released after being made keyholder of MS in the state of San Andreas. Once "Feisty" Delgado became the acting keyholder, just before her reigns came to an end she gave Florencia the go ahead to walk away from the W/S Mara Salvatrucha. After walking away from MS13, Florencia got deeper into the underworld of Organized Crime instead of going legit. In her mind, getting away from MS13, and removing the tattoos; were only going to help her go far in the underworld. Due to being a woman in a man's world, her Mexican uncle from the Badiraguato region of Sinaloa helped line up a connection for her to get in touch with some people, and directed her to the most infamous street crew under the Border Brothers 22 in San Andreas; Blood Money Inc. Anything used in character from this thread will be reported, as it'll be considered metagaming. Everything on this thread, pictures and backstory are for the aesthetic and vibe and also to give people a short little insight to Florencia Echegoyen's life.
  14. MARA SALVATRUCHA MARA SALVATRUCHA HISTORY Mara Salvatrucha, known throughout Los Santos as the West Side (W/S) Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS-13) is a predominantly Central American street gang formed in Los Santos, San Andreas during the late 1970's. The criminal gang was formed in the now-gentrified Little Seoul neighbourhood of Westside Los Santos. Criminal groups of Central American refugees were first documented by the Los Santos police in 1982. The criminal gang grew from the undocumented Central American population throughout the 1980s, and by 1988, had became an established gang in the United States. In the decades since its inception, the Mara Salvatrucha have grown from being a ragtag group of marijuana-smoking heavy metal enthusiasts into a transnational criminal enterprise. The first community, or barrio, for Central Americans in Los Santos was formed in Little Seoul. At the time, Little Seoul was an impoverished neighbourhood of Westside Los Santos with a predominant Latino and Asian demographic. It had not yet undergone any gentrification and had a reputation for its high rates of violent gang activity. Although Little Seoul's first Salvadoran barrio was established in 1979, other similar barrios were formed elsewhere in West Los and Vinewood during the decade. The first community leaders for these barrios were refugees and economic migrants who left El Salvador during the civil war. Legal entities and other organizations were created in the communities, by Latino Americans, to help their immigrant counterparts with settling into the country. Because many of the Salvadorans in particular were refused asylum upon entering the United States, they were classified as illegal immigrants. Throughout the decade because of this, more Central Americans from the Northern Triangle nations came to the United States without any documentation. Ethnic conflicts in the streets between Central Americans and the already established Mexican Americans quickly became commonplace. This was due to the incompatible cultural differences between the Central Americans and the Chicano sub-culture. In particular, Salvadorans were widely discriminated against by Mexican Americans through being denied local jobs, experiencing physical removals from community association centers and getting harassed while peacefully living in their neighbourhoods. These cultural differences resulted in ethnic clashing between Central Americans and Mexican Americans over a period of several years, encompassing much of the 1980s and parts of the 1990s. Many of these clashes came in the form of street brawls and violent crimes involving edged weapons and firearms. Criminal elements within the Salvadoran community in particular, later identified as the Mara Salvatrucha Stoners by the Los Santos police, were found to be responsible for instigating much of these violent clashes. Although the Mara Salvatrucha Stoners had originated as a criminal gang of juvenile delinquents with an interest in heavy rock music and consuming cannabis, it had morphed into a brutally vicious and violent gang by the end of the 1980s. This barbarity was borne out of their clashes with Chicanos in the streets, where they brought their experiences as insurgents in the Salvadoran Civil War with them. In the early 1990s, the Mara Salvatrucha in Los Santos fell under the leadership of a former Salvadoran Army special forces soldier, Mario Villatoro. Mario brought his military experiences from the civil war to train and discipline the gang. This ex-military influence lead some investigators from the Los Santos police and FBI to theorize that Salvadoran state actors were responsible for the gang's early growth, although these theories have never been proven. Around the same time period, the leaders of both Mara Salvatrucha and the 18th Street gang had a falling-out over unknown criminal matters. The resulting effect caused a bitter rivalry and street war between the two gangs that still exists today. Previously, Mara Salvatrucha and 18th Street were friendly towards each other because they both allowed Central Americans to join and were largely non-discriminatory. Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, hostilities in the Northern Triangle countries in Central America came to a close. The civil wars in El Salvador and Guatemala were finished and the Sandinistas defeated the American-backed government of Nicaragua. With some stabilization happening as a result, the US government began deporting convicted Central American criminals back to their countries after they finished their state prison sentences. Many of the deportees were gang members from the Mara Salvatrucha and 18th Street gangs. When these deportees returned to their countries, they formed their gangs there and rapidly rose throughout the criminal underworld. These large-scale deportations began after the Salvadoran Civil War ended in 1992. Eventually, criminals stopped being the only ones targeted by federal immigration authorities, and raids were conducted in urban communities in Los Santos. Many law-abiding illegal immigrants, who lived in the United States for several years, were deported throughout the 1990s. Prior to these waves of Central American deportations, the Northern Triangle nations did not have significant problems with gangs or organized crime. The re-building process following their civil wars and revolutions were fertile grounds for criminal gangs and other organized crime elements during the 1990s. Mara Salvatrucha adopted its modern form during the late 1990s, when it had already spread throughout multiple districts and neighborhoods of Los Santos. The gang had also departed from San Andreas for other regions of the United States, such as the Western, Southwest and Northeast states. Central American communities around the United States began seeing Mara Salvatrucha presences, and this included power-bases in places such as Washington D.C. and East Island City, LC. The gang continued growing and becoming worse throughout Latin America, eventually expanding to Mexico by the 2000s. At this point, the gang effectively became an international criminal enterprise. THE MARA SALVATRUCHA TODAY As of the early 21st century, the Mara Salvatrucha are a transnational criminal organization. They are active in Canada, the United States, Mexico and Central America. Allegedly, they have criminal contacts in Western Europe, North Africa and as faraway as Australia. In Canada, the gang has been documented by the Toronto Police Service since 2008. The gang is said to also be criminally operating in Montreal, Quebec. Within the United States in particular, Mara Salvatrucha has lost a significant amount of influence in San Andreas over the past decade. However, they have been strengthened in the American Northeast. In particular, the police in Washington D.C., Maryland and Liberty City have had extreme difficulties with combating the gang. The gang has garnered the attention of mainstream American politics during the 2016 US federal election, as they were targeted by Donald Trump as a part of his election campaign. Calls for harsh crackdowns on the gang, especially in the East Island City neighbourhood, have came from both the general public and the Republican voter-base. These actions are supported by people who want a tough-on-crime approach to justice in the United States, but many immigration advocates and even Mara Salvatrucha itself has cautioned that these measures will make matters worse for Salvadorans living in the country. The Mara Salvatrucha are notorious for their barbaric brutality in their diabolical personal pleasures. Its members are infamous for their usage of knives, machetes and hatchets to physically assault, murder, torture and mutilate their gangland enemies. They are feared throughout the urban and suburban areas of Los Santos for their involvement in violent sexual crimes that include sexual assaults and rapes. The gang's members have a well documented history of sexually assaulting and raping members of the general public within their homes, private businesses and other open areas. However, some do not fear the Mara Salvatrucha but instead hate and despise it. Some gangs in Los Santos, such as the Playboy Sureños (PBS) and the Harpys (HPS), have waged street wars against the gang for the sake of weakening their influences across the city. This was allegedly ordered by incarcerated members of various prison gangs in the state, but this hasn't been proven by law enforcement authorities. Other gangs under the umbrella of the Sureños and 18th Street gang have co-operatively worked to take up former Mara Salvatrucha territories once they suffer losses as a result of these street wars. Throughout Mexico, the Mara Salvatrucha are contracted by Mexican drug cartels as muscle for their efforts during the ongoing Mexican Drug War against the Mexican government, federal police and military. These Mara Salvatrucha members who act as muscle for the Mexican drug cartels go out of their way to be as bloody and barbaric as possible. Horror beyond what was seen in Los Santos in the 1980s and 1990s and what continues to be seen for that matter is created by Mara Salvatrucha members acting on behalf of drug cartels in Mexico.
  15. Selling a two bedroom apartment in the heart of Little Seoul. There is a parking lot across the street from it and a public pool at the back of the apartment, along with a bank, grocery store, and gas station in walking distance! Starting Bid: $165,000 Buyout: $365,324 Minimum Increments: $5,000 Interior & Exterior: https://imgur.com/a/pziWSiH
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