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Los Santos County District Attorney's Office

Official Press Release

On September 19th, 2019 the San Andreas State Legislature passed with the signature of the governor the Street Terrorism Enforcement and Prevention Act more commonly known as the STEP ACT. The STEP Act was created due to concerns by the public about the rise of street-related gang violence becoming more of a staple of urban city life, in order to prepare and provide local and state law enforcement with the appropriate tools and support necessary to combat the rising new tide of violence and destruction that is inflicted on the citizens of San Andreas by these violence actions. Today, the San Andreas Department of Justice has officially requested for the Superior Court of San Andreas to issue its fourth official Gang Injunction in a show of force against individuals who intend to violate the natural rights present within every individual residing in the borders of San Andreas. The details of the injunction will be provided here in this release, and it is the hope of the San Andreas Department of Justice that the operations conducted in support of this injunction will prove to be effective. 

 

The gang well-known as Traviesos 13 has caused a nuisance great enough to warrant a gang injunction throughout the surrounding areas, this nuisance was caused by deliberate and organized gang activity within the area which have taken many of our officers' lives. The District Attorney takes an oath to protect the people of the state and the constitution and this is an instance where the people of the state are put in danger by these violent gangs, throughout the upcoming days, law enforcement agencies are able to enforce these conditions and able to extend them if the organization known as Traviesos Gangsters 13 continues with the actions.

 

GANG INJUNCTION#01

Complaint For Injunctive Relief To Abate A Public Nuisance Caused By The Contact And Activities Of Traviesos Gangsters 13 (TGS13)

Plaintiff: 

Harper Meyer

District Attorney of the Los Santos County

Michael Brovarsky

Executive Assistant District Attorney of the Los Santos County

 

Defendant: 

Traviesos Gangsters 13, Sureno Traviesos Gangsters 13, Traviesos Trece (TGS13) 

 

Plaintiff, the People of the State of San Andreas, acting by and through Harper Meyer, District Attorney of Los Santos County is informed and believes, and based upon such information and belief. alleges: 

 

The Parties:

 

  1. Plaintiff is the People of the State of San Andreas ("the People"), acting by and through Harper Meyer, District Attorney of the Los Santos County (( @Price )), and Michael Brovarsky, Executive Assistant District Attorney of the Los Santos County (( @Soyuz )) as per the executive authority of the San Andreas State Constitution.
  2. Defendant Traviesos Gangsters 13 acts by and through their respective members, individually, collectively, and in concert, and conduct their affairs and activities in the City of Los Santos, County of Los Santos, State of San Andreas. 
  3. Defendant Traviesos Gangsters 13 were, and at all times mentioned herein are, criminal street gangs as defined in the Street Terrorism Enforcement & Prevention Act insomuch as any ongoing organization, association, or group, whether formal or informal, having as one of its primary activities the commission of crimes and that consists of three or more persons who have a common identifying sign, symbol, or name, and whose members individually or collectively engage in or have engaged in a pattern of definable criminal activity. 
  4. Defendant Traviesos Gangsters 13 is comprised of members including, but not limited to, Mickey Galaz, Jesse Muro, Edmund Gazzard, Austin Cardenas, Joshua Ortiz, Brandon Ayala, Paul Rubio, Carl Rivera, Rudy Saldana, Matias Enapay, Jason Rojo, Jared Pereyra, Bryan Oviedo, Daniel Osorio, Ethan Grajeda, Joel Suarez, Eric Galvez, Hernan Vergas, Johnny Barrios, Isobel Ceja, Wilmer Berrocal, Joey Orozco, Bryan Aguila, Julian Ontiveros, Rafael Carballar, Simon Carballar, Mario Arias, Jorge Galvan, Elias Candella, Adrian Muro, Isaac Velasco, Angel Casas, Armando Sandoval, Jairo Ortega, and Yesenia Munoz  (hereinafter known as "Designated Traviesos Gangsters 13 Members "), each of whom has been within the Safety Zone in the City of Los Santos and is responsible in some manner for the public nuisance violations described in this Complaint. 

 

Reason(s) for Injunction Issuance:

 

  1. Murder on peace officers by members of the gang.
  2. Multiple instances of violent crimes with other unlawful associations.
  3. Sale and distribution of illegal firearms in and around the area.
  4. Sale and distribution of illegal narcotics in and around the area.

 

Safety Zone Restrictions:

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On July 30th, 2023 starting from the moment of issuance of this injunction to the public, for a period of one month shall it be in effect for the following areas as defined within the boundaries of the map provided;

 

  1. Roy Lowenstein Boulevard, Davis, Los Santos
  2. Carson Avenue, Davis, Los Santos
  3. Jamestown Street, Davis, Los Santos
  4. Jamestown Projects, Davis, Los Santos
  5. Little Bighorn Avenue, Davis, Los Santos
  6. Innocence Boulevard, Davis, Los Santos
  7. Dutch London Street, Davis, Los Santos

 

 The following restrictions shall be imposed on the area during the period of the injunction;

 

  1. Denial of association to all subjects sitting, standing, walking, driving, gathering or appearing anywhere in public view or any place accessible to the public with any known member of Traviesos Gangsters 13 but not including: when all members are inside of a church, providing that this prohibition against associating apply while traveling to said locations. This applies even outside the designated Zones.

  2. No firearms or explosive devices anywhere in public view or anywhere accessible to the public. This includes knowingly remaining in the presence of such weapon or device that is physically present and/or accessible to the public. This section also includes any weapon that could be possibly used in an offensive manner that is not directly necessary to conduct work related tasks on a work related job site or in transit to or from the said job site. 

  3. No intimidation through means of coercion, harassment, threatening behavior or words, violence, or provocation of any kind. 

  4. No graffiti or graffiti tools such as markers, spray paint, etc.

  5. No narcotic possession or involvement of any kind in narcotic related activities such as drug dealing, drug usage, drug manufacturing, and/or any activity used to facilitate the usage or distribution of illicit narcotics. Prescription medications are exempted, but must not be allowed to be used for illicit activities or usage. This applies even outside the designated Zones.

  6. No trespassing on any property not open to the general public, without written or verbal permission from the lawful owner of the property.

  7. No loitering in public view or any place accessible to the general public in groups of more then two individuals. This applies even outside the designated Zones.

  8. No acting as a lookout by whistling, yelling, or otherwise signaling, by any means, to warn another person engaged in an unlawful activity of the approach of law enforcement officers or soliciting, employing, or coercing another person to act as such lookout.

  9. No obstruction of vehicle or foot traffic on any road, sidewalk, crosswalk, driveway, parking lot, or any other area accessible to the public.

  10. No recruiting of members to join, participate, or associate with members of Traviesos Gangsters 13.

  11. Do not obstruct, delay, or resist the administration of public safety and justice in the enforcement of the provisions of the law as outlined in the San Andreas Penal Code, and of the restrictions imposed on the safety zone by order of this Gang Injunction issued by the Superior Court of San Andreas. 

  12. No riding bicycles unless going to/from school, school activity, work, or a legitimate emergency. 

 

The San Andreas Supreme Court reserves the right to amend, modify, and/or extend the provisions of this Injunction as circumstances dictate. 

 

Violations of the provisions of this gang injunction will be liable to be charged under FA 112. Obstruction of Public Duty, and MC 110. Contempt of Court for any violation of any provision listed. Officer discretion in the administration of this order shall be left fully in the hands of authorized law enforcement officers by their respective agencies on deciding how best to enforce the order.  

 

If there are names involved in this Gang Injunction that shouldn't be there for various reasons, a civil case must be filed and handled by the Superior Court of San Andreas with the information inside of the case outlining the reasons for contesting the inclusion of their name on the injunction, and the reason(s) for the petition to remove the name from the injunction. 

 

Signed by,

Morgan Jones

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of San Andreas
Greg E. Joplin Court House
Los Santos, San Andreas

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Los Santos County District Attorney's Office

Official Press Release

 

Ever since the introduction of the Gang Injunction on the Travesios Gangsters 13 gang, the District Attorney's Office have noticed a massive decrease of violent crime within the area. The decrease in violent crimes resulted in the District Attorney as well as their Executives to review the need of a gang injunction within the area. The Executive team of the District Attorney's Office have decided that a gang injunction is not further needed and as such, will be halting prosecutions on gang injunction charges. However, the District Attorney has promised the people of Los Santos to reinstate the gang injunction if the lifting of it results in the quick rise in violent crime or if any peace officers are harmed within the safety zones by confirmed TGS 13 members or associates. The District Attorney's Office will be monitoring the activity within the area and releasing another press release with an extension to the gang injunction if deemed appropriate.

 

For the people of Los Santos, the District Attorney promises to re-introduce more gang injunctions if either the public or peace officers are put in great risks by gang members of any registered gang within the county.

 

Signed by,

Harper Meyer

District Attorney of Los Santos
Hall of Justice
Los Santos, San Andreas

 

(( This means the gang injunction's prosecution is halted, so if you plead not guilty for a gang injunction violation you'd be instantly released. For officers, it's powergame to have someone plead guilty/no contest after this press release as the DA's office would throw out the charges as soon as they come in. ))

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Los Santos County District Attorney's Office

Official Press Release

On September 19th, 2019 the San Andreas State Legislature passed with the signature of the governor the Street Terrorism Enforcement and Prevention Act more commonly known as the STEP ACT. The STEP Act was created due to concerns by the public about the rise of street-related gang violence becoming more of a staple of urban city life, in order to prepare and provide local and state law enforcement with the appropriate tools and support necessary to combat the rising new tide of violence and destruction that is inflicted on the citizens of San Andreas by these violence actions. Today, the San Andreas Department of Justice has officially requested for the Superior Court of San Andreas to issue its fourth official Gang Injunction in a show of force against individuals who intend to violate the natural rights present within every individual residing in the borders of San Andreas. The details of the injunction will be provided here in this release, and it is the hope of the San Andreas Department of Justice that the operations conducted in support of this injunction will prove to be effective. 

 

The gang well-known as Traviesos 13 has caused a nuisance great enough to warrant a gang injunction throughout the surrounding areas, this nuisance was caused by deliberate and organized gang activity within the area which have taken many of our officers' lives. The District Attorney takes an oath to protect the people of the state and the constitution and this is an instance where the people of the state are put in danger by these violent gangs, throughout the upcoming days, law enforcement agencies are able to enforce these conditions and able to extend them if the organization known as Traviesos Gangsters 13 continues with the actions. Travisesos 13 have continued harassing and committing crimes against law enforcement even after the first injunction was concluded, and therefore, a second one is ordered.

 

GANG INJUNCTION#02

Complaint For Injunctive Relief To Abate A Public Nuisance Caused By The Contact And Activities Of Traviesos Gangsters 13 (TGS13)

Plaintiff: 

Charlotte Reyes

District Attorney's Office, Gang Injunction Unit 

Michael Brovarsky

District Attorney's Office, Chief of Staff

 

Defendant: 

Traviesos Gangsters 13, Sureno Traviesos Gangsters 13, Traviesos Trece (TGS13) 

 

Plaintiff, the People of the State of San Andreas, acting by and through Harper Meyer, District Attorney of Los Santos County is informed and believes, and based upon such information and belief. alleges: 

 

The Parties:

 

  1. Plaintiff is the People of the State of San Andreas ("the People"), acting by and through Charlotte Reyes, Senior Investigator in Los Santos County District Attorney's Office (( @Price )), and Michael Brovarsky, Chief of Staff in the District Attorney's Office of the Los Santos County (( @Soyuz )) as per the executive authority of the San Andreas State Constitution.
  2. Defendant Traviesos Gangsters 13 acts by and through their respective members, individually, collectively, and in concert, and conduct their affairs and activities in the City of Los Santos, County of Los Santos, State of San Andreas. 
  3. Defendant Traviesos Gangsters 13 were, and at all times mentioned herein are, criminal street gangs as defined in the Street Terrorism Enforcement & Prevention Act insomuch as any ongoing organization, association, or group, whether formal or informal, having as one of its primary activities the commission of crimes and that consists of three or more persons who have a common identifying sign, symbol, or name, and whose members individually or collectively engage in or have engaged in a pattern of definable criminal activity. 
  4. Defendant Traviesos Gangsters 13 is comprised of members including, but not limited to, Mickey Galaz, Jesse Muro, Edmund Gazzard, Austin Cardenas, Joshua Ortiz, Brandon Ayala, Paul Rubio, Carl Rivera, Rudy Saldana, Matias Enapay, Jason Rojo, Jared Pereyra, Bryan Oviedo, Daniel Osorio, Ethan Grajeda, Joel Suarez, Eric Galvez, Hernan Vergas, Johnny Barrios, Isobel Ceja, Wilmer Berrocal, Joey Orozco, Bryan Aguila, Julian Ontiveros, Rafael Carballar, Simon Carballar, Mario Arias, Jorge Galvan, Elias Candella, Adrian Muro, Isaac Velasco, Angel Casas, Armando Sandoval, Jairo Ortega, and Yesenia Munoz  (hereinafter known as "Designated Traviesos Gangsters 13 Members "), each of whom has been within the Safety Zone in the City of Los Santos and is responsible in some manner for the public nuisance violations described in this Complaint. 

 

Reason(s) for Injunction Issuance:

 

  1. Murder on peace officers by members of the gang.
  2. Multiple instances of violent crimes with other unlawful associations.
  3. Sale and distribution of illegal firearms in and around the area.
  4. Sale and distribution of illegal narcotics in and around the area.

 

Safety Zone Restrictions:

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On October 28th, 2023 starting from the moment of issuance of this injunction to the public, for a period of one WEEK shall it be in effect for the following areas as defined within the boundaries of the map provided;

 

  1. Roy Lowenstein Boulevard, Davis, Los Santos
  2. Carson Avenue, Davis, Los Santos
  3. Jamestown Street, Davis, Los Santos
  4. Jamestown Projects, Davis, Los Santos
  5. Little Bighorn Avenue, Davis, Los Santos
  6. Innocence Boulevard, Davis, Los Santos
  7. Dutch London Street, Davis, Los Santos

 

 The following restrictions shall be imposed on the area during the period of the injunction;

 

  1. Civilians shall not knowingly associate with members of TGS on any place accessible to the public. Shall not include: Churches, private property.

  2. No firearms or explosive devices anywhere in public view or anywhere accessible to the public. This includes knowingly remaining in the presence of such weapon or device that is physically present and/or accessible to the public. This section also includes any weapon that could be possibly used in an offensive manner that is not directly necessary to conduct work related tasks on a work related job site or in transit to or from the said job site. 

  3. No intimidation through means of coercion, harassment, threatening behavior or words, violence, or provocation of any kind. 

  4. No graffiti or graffiti tools such as markers, spray paint, etc.

  5. No narcotic possession or involvement of any kind in narcotic related activities such as drug dealing, drug usage, drug manufacturing, and/or any activity used to facilitate the usage or distribution of illicit narcotics. Prescription medications are exempted, but must not be allowed to be used for illicit activities or usage. This applies even outside the designated Zones.

  6. No trespassing on any property not open to the general public, without written or verbal permission from the lawful owner of the property.

  7. No loitering in public view or any place accessible to the general public in groups of more then two individuals. This applies even outside the designated Zones. Only applies to members of TGS and associates.

  8. No acting as a lookout by whistling, yelling, or otherwise signaling, by any means, to warn another person engaged in an unlawful activity of the approach of law enforcement officers or soliciting, employing, or coercing another person to act as such lookout.

  9. No obstruction of vehicle or foot traffic on any road, sidewalk, crosswalk, driveway, parking lot, or any other area accessible to the public.

  10. No recruiting of members to join, participate, or associate with members of Traviesos Gangsters 13.

  11. Do not obstruct, delay, or resist the administration of public safety and justice in the enforcement of the provisions of the law as outlined in the San Andreas Penal Code, and of the restrictions imposed on the safety zone by order of this Gang Injunction issued by the Superior Court of San Andreas. 

  12. No riding bicycles unless going to/from school, school activity, work, or a legitimate emergency. Only applies to validated members and associates of TGS 13.

 

The San Andreas Supreme Court reserves the right to amend, modify, and/or extend the provisions of this Injunction as circumstances dictate. 

 

Violations of the provisions of this gang injunction will be liable to be charged under FA 112. Obstruction of Public Duty, and MC 110. Contempt of Court for any violation of any provision listed. Officer discretion in the administration of this order shall be left fully in the hands of authorized law enforcement officers by their respective agencies on deciding how best to enforce the order.  

 

If there are names involved in this Gang Injunction that shouldn't be there for various reasons, a civil case must be filed and handled by the Superior Court of San Andreas with the information inside of the case outlining the reasons for contesting the inclusion of their name on the injunction, and the reason(s) for the petition to remove the name from the injunction. 

 

Signed by,

Nathan Moore

Senior Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of San Andreas
Greg E. Joplin Court House
Los Santos, San Andreas

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Los Santos County District Attorney's Office

Official Press Release

 

 

On the 30th of this month, District Attorney Gang Injunction units were operating within the area of Brogue Avenue alongside the Los Santos Police Department when they were alerted to nearby gunfire. The gunfire originated from Brogue Avenue and involved four masked men, armed with assault rifles, opening fire on a group of teenagers with automatic weaponry. District Attorney Gang Injunction units and members of the Los Santos Police Department returned fire while retreating due to the overwhelming amount of gunfire sustained in their direction. One of the shooters was fatally injured, while the other shooters remain outstanding. District Attorney Gang Injunction units, alongside the Los Santos Police and Los Santos County Sheriff's Departments, immediately launched an investigation, in which the District Attorney assumed a supportive role while the Sheriff's Department took lead. During the investigation, two teenagers were fatally wounded, while one Gang Injunction investigator and one police officer sustained non-fatal injuries.

 

It was later discovered that one of the shooters, armed with a Glock pistol and a fully-automatic long rifle, bore identifying features similar to a member of the Traveisos Gangsters 13. Once verified, the District Attorney Gang Injunction Unit applied for an extension to the TGS-13 gang injunction. As of two hours ago, the injunction has been officially signed by Chief Justice Nathan Moore.

 

This extension lengthens the original injunction time by two weeks.

 

We mourn the loss of the victims in these demanding times, and stand strong with the families who have lost their loves one to gun violence and senseless tragedy. At present, the investigation is still ongoing.

 

Signed by,

Michael Brovarsky

Chief of Staff
Hall of Justice
Los Santos, San Andreas

 

(( This means the gang injunction's prosecution is continued for two more weeks for 3 weeks in total. ))

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Los Santos County District Attorney's Office

Official Press Release

On September 19th, 2019 the San Andreas State Legislature passed with the signature of the governor the Street Terrorism Enforcement and Prevention Act more commonly known as the STEP ACT. The STEP Act was created due to concerns by the public about the rise of street-related gang violence becoming more of a staple of urban city life, in order to prepare and provide local and state law enforcement with the appropriate tools and support necessary to combat the rising new tide of violence and destruction that is inflicted on the citizens of San Andreas by these violence actions. Today, the San Andreas Department of Justice has officially requested for the Superior Court of San Andreas to issue its fourth official Gang Injunction in a show of force against individuals who intend to violate the natural rights present within every individual residing in the borders of San Andreas. The details of the injunction will be provided here in this release, and it is the hope of the San Andreas Department of Justice that the operations conducted in support of this injunction will prove to be effective. 

 

The gang of 62nd Harvard Park Brims have been associated with the recent attack on law enforcement officers within the area of Forum Drive, throughout the years, the area have been home to multiple gangs, notoriously the Tortilla Flats 13 gang which did similar attacks on law enforcement officers which resulted in two consecutive gang injunctions, this week, a similar attack, no different than the one which resulted in the loss of life of peace officers serving our community a few years back happened again, this time committed by the gang of 62nd Harvard Park Brims, resulting in the death of four peace officers in the line of duty. The District Attorney's Office, in their efforts to create a safer community have moved forward with a gang injunction applied for by our Gang Injunction Unit, which was subsequently accepted by the presiding judge Matthew Jackson as of today.

 

GANG INJUNCTION#03

Complaint For Injunctive Relief To Abate A Public Nuisance Caused By The Contact And Activities Of 62nd Harvard Park Brims (HPB)

Plaintiff: 

Charlotte Reyes

Lieutenant, Gang Injunction Unit, Los Santos County District Attorney's Office

Elizabeth Lacroix

Chief Deputy District Attorney of the Los Santos County

 

Defendant: 

62nd Harvard Park Brims, Harvard Park Brims (HPB), any iteration or group of the Harvard Park Brims gang

 

Plaintiff, the People of the State of San Andreas, acting by and through Harper Meyer, District Attorney of Los Santos County is informed and believes, and based upon such information and belief. alleges: 

 

The Parties:

 

  1. Plaintiff is the People of the State of San Andreas ("the People"), acting by and through Elizabeth Lacroix, Chief Deputy District Attorney (( @Fanden )), and Charlotte Reyes, Lieutenant, District Attorney's Office (( @Price )) as per the executive authority of the San Andreas State Constitution.
  2. Defendant Harvard Park Brims acts by and through their respective members, individually, collectively, and in concert, and conduct their affairs and activities in the City of Los Santos, County of Los Santos, State of San Andreas. 
  3. Defendant Harvard Park Brims were, and at all times mentioned herein are, criminal street gangs as defined in the Street Terrorism Enforcement & Prevention Act insomuch as any ongoing organization, association, or group, whether formal or informal, having as one of its primary activities the commission of crimes and that consists of three or more persons who have a common identifying sign, symbol, or name, and whose members individually or collectively engage in or have engaged in a pattern of definable criminal activity. 
  4. Defendant Harvard Park Brims is comprised of members including, but not limited to, Demaine Jopp, Yorell Kelly, Tevarious Switch, Trenard Little, Kyler Marcos, Christian Flores, Clayton Blum, Shane Briceno, and Serenity Blackwell  (hereinafter known as "Designated Harvard Park Brims Members "), each of whom has been within the Safety Zone in the City of Los Santos and is responsible in some manner for the public nuisance violations described in this Complaint. 

 

Reason(s) for Injunction Issuance:

 

  1. Murder on peace officers by members of the gang.
  2. Multiple instances of violent crimes with other unlawful associations.
  3. Sale and distribution of illegal firearms in and around the area.

 

Safety Zone Restrictions:

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On November 24th, 2023 starting from the moment of issuance of this injunction to the public, for a period of two weeks shall it be in effect for the following areas as defined within the boundaries of the map provided;

 

  1. Forum Drive, Chamberlain Hills
  2. Carson Avenue, Chamberlain Hills
  3. Strawberry Avenue, Chamberlain Hills

 

 The following restrictions shall be imposed on the area during the period of the injunction;

 

  1. Civilians shall not knowingly associate with members of 62nd Harvard Park Brims on any place accessible to the public. Shall not include: Churches, private property.
  2. No firearms or explosive devices anywhere in public view or anywhere accessible to the public. This includes knowingly remaining in the presence of such weapon or device that is physically present and/or accessible to the public. This section also includes any weapon that could be possibly used in an offensive manner that is not directly necessary to conduct work related tasks on a work related job site or in transit to or from the said job site.
  3. No intimidation through means of coercion, harassment, threatening behavior or words, violence, or provocation of any kind.
  4. No graffiti or graffiti tools such as markers, spray paint, etc.
  5. No narcotic possession or involvement of any kind in narcotic related activities such as drug dealing, drug usage, drug manufacturing, and/or any activity used to facilitate the usage or distribution of illicit narcotics. Prescription medications are exempted, but must not be allowed to be used for illicit activities or usage. This applies even outside the designated Zones.
  6. No trespassing on any property not open to the general public, without written or verbal permission from the lawful owner of the property.
  7. No loitering in public view or any place accessible to the general public in groups of more then two individuals. This applies even outside the designated Zones. Only applies to members of 62nd Harvard Park Brims and associates.
  8. No acting as a lookout by whistling, yelling, or otherwise signaling, by any means, to warn another person engaged in an unlawful activity of the approach of law enforcement officers or soliciting, employing, or coercing another person to act as such lookout.
  9. No obstruction of vehicle or foot traffic on any road, sidewalk, crosswalk, driveway, parking lot, or any other area accessible to the public.
  10. No recruiting of members to join, participate, or associate with members of 62nd Harvard Park Brims.
  11. Do not obstruct, delay, or resist the administration of public safety and justice in the enforcement of the provisions of the law as outlined in the San Andreas Penal Code, and of the restrictions imposed on the safety zone by order of this Gang Injunction issued by the Superior Court of San Andreas.
  12. No riding bicycles unless going to/from school, school activity, work, or a legitimate emergency. Only applies to validated members and associates of 62nd Harvard Park Brims.

 

The San Andreas Supreme Court reserves the right to amend, modify, and/or extend the provisions of this Injunction as circumstances dictate. 

 

Violations of the provisions of this gang injunction will be liable to be charged under FA 112. Obstruction of Public Duty, and MC 110. Contempt of Court for any violation of any provision listed. Officer discretion in the administration of this order shall be left fully in the hands of authorized law enforcement officers by their respective agencies on deciding how best to enforce the order.  

 

If there are names involved in this Gang Injunction that shouldn't be there for various reasons, a civil case must be filed and handled by the Superior Court of San Andreas with the information inside of the case outlining the reasons for contesting the inclusion of their name on the injunction, and the reason(s) for the petition to remove the name from the injunction. 

 

Signed by,

Matthew Jackson

Presiding Judge of the Los Santos County Superior Court
Greg E. Joplin Court House
Los Santos, San Andreas

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Los Santos County District Attorney's Office

Official Press Release

On September 19th, 2019 the San Andreas State Legislature passed with the signature of the governor the Street Terrorism Enforcement and Prevention Act more commonly known as the STEP ACT. The STEP Act was created due to concerns by the public about the rise of street-related gang violence becoming more of a staple of urban city life, in order to prepare and provide local and state law enforcement with the appropriate tools and support necessary to combat the rising new tide of violence and destruction that is inflicted on the citizens of San Andreas by these violence actions. Today, the San Andreas Department of Justice has officially requested for the Superior Court of San Andreas to issue its fourth official Gang Injunction in a show of force against individuals who intend to violate the natural rights present within every individual residing in the borders of San Andreas. The details of the injunction will be provided here in this release, and it is the hope of the San Andreas Department of Justice that the operations conducted in support of this injunction will prove to be effective. 

 

The gang well-known as Traviesos 13 has caused a nuisance great enough to warrant a gang injunction throughout the surrounding areas, this nuisance was caused by deliberate and organized gang activity within the area which have taken many of our officers' lives. The District Attorney takes an oath to protect the people of the state and the constitution and this is an instance where the people of the state are put in danger by these violent gangs, throughout the upcoming days, law enforcement agencies are able to enforce these conditions and able to extend them if the organization known as Traviesos Gangsters 13 continues with the actions. Travisesos 13 have continued harassing and committing crimes against law enforcement even after the first injunction was concluded, and therefore, a second one is ordered.

 

GANG INJUNCTION#04

Complaint For Injunctive Relief To Abate A Public Nuisance Caused By The Contact And Activities Of Traviesos Gangsters 13 (TGS13)

Plaintiff: 

Charlotte Reyes

District Attorney's Office, Gang Injunction Unit 

Elizabeth Lacroix

District Attorney's Office, Chief Deputy DA

 

Defendant: 

Traviesos Gangsters 13, Sureno Traviesos Gangsters 13, Traviesos Trece (TGS13) 

 

Plaintiff, the People of the State of San Andreas, acting by and through Harper Meyer, District Attorney of Los Santos County is informed and believes, and based upon such information and belief. alleges: 

 

The Parties:

 

  1. Plaintiff is the People of the State of San Andreas ("the People"), acting by and through Charlotte Reyes, Lieutenant in Los Santos County District Attorney's Office (( @Price )), and Elizabeth Lacroix, Chief Deputy District Attorney (( @Fanden)) as per the executive authority of the San Andreas State Constitution.
  2. Defendant Traviesos Gangsters 13 acts by and through their respective members, individually, collectively, and in concert, and conduct their affairs and activities in the City of Los Santos, County of Los Santos, State of San Andreas. 
  3. Defendant Traviesos Gangsters 13 were, and at all times mentioned herein are, criminal street gangs as defined in the Street Terrorism Enforcement & Prevention Act insomuch as any ongoing organization, association, or group, whether formal or informal, having as one of its primary activities the commission of crimes and that consists of three or more persons who have a common identifying sign, symbol, or name, and whose members individually or collectively engage in or have engaged in a pattern of definable criminal activity. 
  4. Defendant Traviesos Gangsters 13 is comprised of members including, but not limited to, Mickey Galaz, Jesse Muro, Edmund Gazzard, Austin Cardenas, Joshua Ortiz, Brandon Ayala, Paul Rubio, Carl Rivera, Rudy Saldana, Matias Enapay, Jason Rojo, Jared Pereyra, Bryan Oviedo, Daniel Osorio, Ethan Grajeda, Joel Suarez, Eric Galvez, Hernan Vergas, Johnny Barrios, Isobel Ceja, Wilmer Berrocal, Joey Orozco, Bryan Aguila, Julian Ontiveros, Rafael Carballar, Simon Carballar, Mario Arias, Jorge Galvan, Elias Candella, Adrian Muro, Isaac Velasco, Angel Casas, Armando Sandoval, Jairo Ortega, and Yesenia Munoz  (hereinafter known as "Designated Traviesos Gangsters 13 Members "), each of whom has been within the Safety Zone in the City of Los Santos and is responsible in some manner for the public nuisance violations described in this Complaint. 

 

Reason(s) for Injunction Issuance:

 

  1. Murder on peace officers by members of the gang.
  2. Multiple instances of violent crimes with other unlawful associations.
  3. Sale and distribution of illegal firearms in and around the area.
  4. Sale and distribution of illegal narcotics in and around the area.

 

Safety Zone Restrictions:

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On Janurary 20th, 2024 starting from the moment of issuance of this injunction to the public, for a period of TWO WEEKS shall it be in effect for the following areas as defined within the boundaries of the map provided;

 

  1. Roy Lowenstein Boulevard, Davis, Los Santos
  2. Carson Avenue, Davis, Los Santos
  3. Jamestown Street, Davis, Los Santos
  4. Jamestown Projects, Davis, Los Santos
  5. Little Bighorn Avenue, Davis, Los Santos
  6. Innocence Boulevard, Davis, Los Santos
  7. Dutch London Street, Davis, Los Santos

 

 The following restrictions shall be imposed on the area during the period of the injunction;

 

  1. Civilians shall not knowingly associate with members of TGS on any place accessible to the public. Shall not include: Churches, private property.

  2. No firearms or explosive devices anywhere in public view or anywhere accessible to the public. This includes knowingly remaining in the presence of such weapon or device that is physically present and/or accessible to the public. This section also includes any weapon that could be possibly used in an offensive manner that is not directly necessary to conduct work related tasks on a work related job site or in transit to or from the said job site. 

  3. No intimidation through means of coercion, harassment, threatening behavior or words, violence, or provocation of any kind. 

  4. No graffiti or graffiti tools such as markers, spray paint, etc.

  5. No narcotic possession or involvement of any kind in narcotic related activities such as drug dealing, drug usage, drug manufacturing, and/or any activity used to facilitate the usage or distribution of illicit narcotics. Prescription medications are exempted, but must not be allowed to be used for illicit activities or usage. This applies even outside the designated Zones.

  6. No trespassing on any property not open to the general public, without written or verbal permission from the lawful owner of the property.

  7. No loitering in public view or any place accessible to the general public in groups of more then two individuals. This applies even outside the designated Zones. Only applies to members of TGS and associates.

  8. No acting as a lookout by whistling, yelling, or otherwise signaling, by any means, to warn another person engaged in an unlawful activity of the approach of law enforcement officers or soliciting, employing, or coercing another person to act as such lookout.

  9. No obstruction of vehicle or foot traffic on any road, sidewalk, crosswalk, driveway, parking lot, or any other area accessible to the public.

  10. No recruiting of members to join, participate, or associate with members of Traviesos Gangsters 13.

  11. Do not obstruct, delay, or resist the administration of public safety and justice in the enforcement of the provisions of the law as outlined in the San Andreas Penal Code, and of the restrictions imposed on the safety zone by order of this Gang Injunction issued by the Superior Court of San Andreas. 

  12. No riding bicycles unless going to/from school, school activity, work, or a legitimate emergency. Only applies to validated members and associates of TGS 13.

 

The San Andreas Supreme Court reserves the right to amend, modify, and/or extend the provisions of this Injunction as circumstances dictate. 

 

Violations of the provisions of this gang injunction will be liable to be charged under FA 112. Obstruction of Public Duty, and MC 110. Contempt of Court for any violation of any provision listed. Officer discretion in the administration of this order shall be left fully in the hands of authorized law enforcement officers by their respective agencies on deciding how best to enforce the order.  

 

If there are names involved in this Gang Injunction that shouldn't be there for various reasons, a civil case must be filed and handled by the Superior Court of San Andreas with the information inside of the case outlining the reasons for contesting the inclusion of their name on the injunction, and the reason(s) for the petition to remove the name from the injunction. 

 

Signed by,

Matthew Jackson

Presiding Judge of the Los Santos County Superior Court
Greg E. Joplin Court House
Los Santos, San Andreas

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