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The Palmer Blocc Carson Crips (PBCC) are primarily an African-American street gang located on the West Side of Davis, San Andreas. Their neighborhood stretches from Roy Lowenstein Boulevard to Davis Avenue, between Carson Avenue and Macdonald Street. They share parts of their hood with S/S Playboys 13. Their cliques consist of the ABS, 300 Blocc (defunct), 900 Blocc, 1300 Blocc, and several smaller cliques. Carson Crips History The Carson Crips is a large umbrella made up of several gangs located along or in the area of Carson Avenue in Davis, San Andreas. The Carson Crips were founded by Mac Thomas in the 1960s and were allies of Westside Crips, which was led by Stanley Tookie Williams. Resentment of Raymond Washington and his Eastside Crips was felt by Mac Thomas' Carson Crips due to the establishment of an alliance between the Crips and the Piru Street Family. Nevertheless, the Piru-Crip alliance was short-lived and fell apart by the 1970s. In 1986, C.C. Riders (Carson Crips Riders), sometimes stylized as CC Ridaz, was formed as an alliance in Los Santos County Jail and consisted of all Crip gangs under the Carson Crips umbrella. The Carson Crips also shared a close alliance with sets in the Rancho area of South Los Santos. The alliance is known as the "Hub & Dub" and dates back to the 1980s, according to local law enforcement agencies. Gangs under the Hub & Dub alliance fought side-by-side against larger rival gangs in the Los Santos County Jail. Allies & Rivals Their allies include: W/S Rollin 90's Neighborhood Crips, S/S Playboys 13, Santana Blocc Carson Crips, and a few other Carson Crips. Rivals include: Tree Top Piru gang, South Side Carson Crips, Chamberlain Varrio Tortilla Flats, Stain Town Locotes 13, and Traviesos Gangsters 13. 5 COMMENTS How deep are these Carson Crip sets? by SanAngel83 December 8th, 2019, 9:12 pm 1. South Side Carson Crips 2. Santana Blocc Carson Crips 3. Palmer Blocc Carson Crips Re: How deep are these Carson Crip sets? by Lurk December 9th, 2019, 11:34 am All gang membership numbers are difficult to work out, but I do know these three are the three more "active" gangs in Carson. Palmer's numbers are a lot less today compared to how they once were during their peak during the crack epidemic, primarily because of their beef with Chamberlain Varrio Flats and Tree Top Piru gang. One or two of their cliques became defunct with a lot of their members either ending up dead or locked up. They're mostly active on Brouge Avenue where Almond Blocc Soldiers are fairly dominant, but other cliques are being overrun and pushed out by Piru gangs in the area. crips gang graffiti FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013 Palmer block carson crip https://streamable.com/phwyb1
Keon Saunders is a 14-year-old African American born and raised on Brouge Avenue in Davis. He is the elder of the two sons of Quincy and Braelin Saunders. Quincy works as a full-time mechanic at the Hayes Body Shop garage on Carson Avenue and Roy Lowenstein Boulevard while his mother is a teacher at the Jamestown Street Elementary School in Rancho. Growing up, Keon and his brother were spoiled by their parents to the best of their parents' abilities, being a somewhat low-income family. Lesane and Braelin worked hard to provide for their two sons. This, however, led to Keon developing some poor behavioral traits as he grew older. He was very much a "show off" and tried his hardest to be the class clown while also trying to fit in with the more popular crowds at school as he often wanted to be in the spotlight. Keon's grades slowly began deteriorating as a result, leading him to be one of the lowest in the majority of his classes and often leaving his parents as the recipients of many calls home from school teachers. Keon is a fairly familiar face in his neighborhood, especially with those around his age range due to his sociable personality. He is known to pick on other people when surrounded by friends, especially for their dress sense, but then act close and friendly when on his own. He occasionally invites anybody he's familiar with to go with him to the B.J. Smith park on Carson Avenue to shoot hoops, or invite them over to his house to play console games. At age 15, Keon Saunders was jumped into Palmer Blocc Carson Crips and earned the nickname "Killshot". This thread follows the development of Keon Saunders, a teenager growing up in a gang infested neighborhood on Brouge Avenue in Davis.