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The story of Joseph "Sneaky" Grajeda Joseph Grajeda wasn't the type of kid for gangbanging. When he was younger, he focused more on education rather than most other children within El Burro. He had his future planned out before himself, wishing to go into a BA once he finished school, however his plans were cut short after the death of his father, the man who supplied his entire household financially. Joseph was forced to move-in with his grand-parents with his mother and brother, who barely managed to pay for Joseph's education. He fell into a period of depression, bunking classes in order to hang out with James Lara, who was one of his best friends at the time. James was a horrible influence on Joseph, involving them both with the local Vista Locos gang, which had been run under Hector "Dozer" Lara, James' older brother. The duo immediately began skipping weeks of school at a time, practically living at the trap house. In grade 8, Joseph completely failed his semester, pushing him back a year, however at this point, Joseph's only interests were the gang. He influenced his brother into joining the gang, leaving their mother and grandparents' care. The duo eventually got put onto the Vista Locos 13 gang, Joseph due to his ability to easily evade the local police department (which racked him his placa as Sneaky) and his brother due to his fighting skills. The duo slumped further into the gang lifestyle as they climbed higher up the gang's structure. Joseph, who at 18 years old, was given complete responsibility of the gang by Hector "Dozer" Lara, who had constantly been a father figure for Joseph.
Christopher Allen, 15, Caucasian. Christopher Allen was introduced to the Rancho neighbourhood at a very young age after his mother migrated to the area to move in with her new boyfriend. This all stemmed from Christopher's biological father going through a psychotic episode, leaving Christopher's mother with no choice but to escape the clutches of her often-times abusive husband. Growing up from young with his step-father, Christopher claimed Carlo as his own father; you will often times find Christopher telling people he shares the same last name as his step-dad. Christopher sticks out like a sore-thumb amongst the locals, well known as one of the only 'white boys' in the area, this only fuels Christopher's deep-rooted desire to fit in with the Hispanic neighbourhood he grew up in. He is a product of his environment; Christopher will do anything to prove his loyalty to his friends. Often referred to as a momma's boy, Christopher is very affectionate towards his mother. As he matures and learns more of his mothers relationship with his real father, Christopher only grows closer to his mother and gives his step-father undying respect due to how well he treats his mother. Granted, Christopher does not know everything about his neighbourhood, more specifically the illegal activity it is occupied with. Despite this, he still feigns a knowledge of it all and pretends his way into mischief that he may not always be able to handle. This is his story.