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This faction has been formed solely by IC events. 


Three people were killed in a series of shootings on Tuesday at nearby locations in South Central Los Santos, including an industrial site on South Arsenal Street. A spokesman for the Los Santos Police Department claimed that the shootings are said to be linked to gang disputes stemming from the notorious 1806 Forum Drive Housing Projects. The housing projects have been subject to heavy police presence in the months that have preceded this shooting. 

The four shootings between Chamberlain Hills and Carson Avenue led to an increased police presence in the area over night. The suspects responsible for the shootings remain at large, police said.


The LSPD said the shootings happened within minutes of each other. Authorities believe the suspected gunmen described as being aged between their late teens and mid 20's are connected to all four shootings.

"These appear to be calculated acts of violence. All of the slain men were tied to the predominant gang in the area,'' said the LSPD officer at a news conference near the Forum Drive Housing Projects. "We'll be going back to the victim's homes, talking to family members and friends, trying to figure out what led to these acts of violence.''


The violence began in the late evening of Monday and the early hours of Tuesday with the first shooting in the Carson Avenue area.

6:50 p.m., Chamberlain Hills and Carson Avenue: LSSD officers were flagged down by members of the nearby Housing Projects who directed them to a victim. The man had been shot in the back of the head by in what can only be described as a gangland killing. CCTV within the housing projects saw the masked assailant snaking back inside the projects and out of sight. Los Santos County Coroner later identified the victim as 24-year-old Blake Marks a local high ranking gang member with several priors.

1:05 a.m., Forum Drive and Strawberry: A few blocks away, a second shooting was reported. The victim in his late teens, was walking out from Forum Drive liquor store before he was set upon and shot multiple times by a masked assailant for unknown reasons. The victim died at the scene shortly after.  Security camera footage taken from the liquor store shows the masked assailant driving past the victim on his motorbike. Los Santos County Coroner later identified the victim as 17-year-old Orlando Keys, a high-school dropout who lived a troubled life in and out of youth correctional facilities his whole life.

2:00am, South Arsenal Street, Davis Avenue: Shots were called in to Los Santos Police department from the industrial site on South Arsenal Street. On their arrival, officers discovered the body of 21-year-old Raheem Reynolds. The discovery was made around 2:00 a.m. on South Arsenal Street, east of Innocence Boulevard, according to authorities. “It’s very devastating to be dealing with this," Tyrone Reynolds, the victim's uncle, said. "My heart breaks right now. It is heart-breaking. It's tragic." Investigators said he sustained multiple shots to his upper torso. The case is being treated as a homicide. Raheem's presence around Forum Drive Housing Projects has led to investigators linking this shooting to the wave of killings that took place on Tuesday.

Police shut down all traffic lanes between Forum Drive and Carson Avenue during the early morning search for the suspects. The suspects tied to the killings are referred to by the Los Santos Police Department as extremely violent.


No officers were injured. Police recovered a weapon during the early morning search, according to LSPD.

Forum Drive and Carson Avenue reopened later Tuesday morning.

credits to @EffPee for the logo

The inception of Carson Mafia Gangster Bloods has happened solely through IC events. It occurred when Dopeboy, the leader of the Forum Drive Housing Projects, decided to break away from White City Mafia, leading to a civil war within the projects. His success coupled with close relations to the neighboring blood sets such as Davis Families Gangster Bloods and Dark Side Neighborhood Bloods led to Dopeboy getting in contact with his close friend Bernard "Babyface" Reaves, a Swan Blood gang member who has close ties to the Blood Line car that runs out from TTCF. It was through this relationship Dopeboy was able to achieve the sanction from the lifers in the correctional facility to get his projects red flagging consequently creating Carson Mafia Gangster Bloods. 

The older generation of gang members who pledged allegiance 
Dopeboy and the blood program remain focused on their money and low-key. The younger generation of gang members are the driving force behind Carson Mafia Gangster Bloods. Being the youngest gang in South Central, the TYG generation of CMGB are the most active gang-bangers and have the biggest chip on their shoulders as they wish to establish their name as the most notorious and prove their worth to their allies and big homies who founded the set.


Although made through IC events, Carson Mafia Gangster Bloods is inspired by its IRL counterpart: The Crenshaw Mafia Gang, also known as the "Crenshaw Mafia Gangster Bloods" (CMGB), they are a long standing African American street gang formed during the late 1970s. This gang is a spin-off of the Inglewood Family Gang who they consider a close ally. The Crenshaw Mafia Gang has a close relationship with the LA Denver Lane Bloods and have been so for over 20 years. This alliance was known as the “Denver Mafias” by the 1st generation and would later be coined the “Mafia Lanes” by the 2nd/following generation.

Other allies include the Inglewood Family Gang, Family Swan Bloods, Centinela Park Family Bloods, Weirdoz Gangster Bloods, Rollin 20s Neighborhood Bloods, Harvard Park Brims and the Athens Park Bloods.





White City Mafia (WCM) was the result of on-going criminal activity in the Chamberlain Hills Projects just on the corner of Forum Drive. The community there represented locals and involved drug dealers as young as sixteen years of age. Their supply was mainly from the Morrison & Meadows Drug Trafficking Organisation and served as the running front line for the DTO's drug supplier at the bottom of the chain, as well as various illegal activities.


Towards the end of its life the group was ran primarily by one boss, Bryce "Dopeboy" Harrington. In comparison to other African American sets in the south side, the set took a more backseat approach in terms of politics and relations with other groups to benefit themselves, and in turn, the organization.


White City Mafia's turf dominated Forum Drive, and with their increased numbers and control in the drug trade the entire area was deemed as 'White City' by many southside locals.



The return of ex-Street Boss Blake ‘Biggie’ Marks to White City was welcomed back with open arms by his old street lieutenant and now Street Boss Bryce ‘Dopeboy’ HarringtonBlake ‘Biggie’ Marks was offered the role of Street Enforcer to act as Dopeboy’s commander in the streets keeping the corner boys and soldiers in line. This was done due to the long-term friendship between Blake and Bryce, with Bryce even rumored to be the best-man at Blake’s wedding. As numbers in the operation  grew under Dopeboy’s leadership so did eyes on the street operation. This happened along the same time the murder rate tripled leading various law enforcement agencies drawn to the main players in White City Mafia. The rise in the murder rate was led by a small number of growing loyalists to ex Street Boss Blake Marks. The rise in murder rate occurred much to Bryce’s displeasure but this was swept aside because of his loyalty to his old friend Blake.


This came to ahead on Dopeboy’s own D-Day on White City, where the events of the night prior saw Orlando ‘Lando’ Keys and Blake ‘Biggie’ Marks attack several sets close to Street Boss Dopeboy. This led to White City Mafia fighting a costly war on three fronts against Dark Side Neighborhood Bloods, Davis Families Gangster Blood and Barrio 13. All sets had been long term business partners of White City Mafia because of Dopeboy’s leadership. Dopeboy was now faced with no allies fighting a potential war on three fronts. 

Blake’s actions behind Bryce’s back led him to become disillusioned with the culture and program of White City Mafia. As a result, he took his complaints to the plug Marquis ‘Qiz’ Meadows who ensured supply to the projects would be maintained even if Bryce took over the complex under his name eradicating any allegiance to White City Mafia from the projects. With Marquis’ blessing, Bryce began gathering loyalists to his cause unbeknownst to other White City Mafia members.

Marquis’ blessing led to a string of murders in one night. In what can only now be described as a series of Machiavellian plays. Blake ‘Biggie’ Marks was gunned down in front of the projects by a masked assailant, now known to be Street Lieutenant Jevonne ‘Von’ LoveOrlando ‘Lando’ Keys, the main reason of the war between White City and the Brown and Blood Alliance was gunned down on Forum Drive a few hours later by Deshawn ‘Des’ Bennet. The fate of soldier Raheem ‘Heem’ Reynolds was probably the most indicative of Bryce’s attitude to White City. Raheem 'Heem' Reynolds engaged in a back and forth with Dark Side Neighborhood Blood YG Guala. To confirm the end of White City and the start of new era in the housing projects, Dopeboy and Von convinced Raheem to take a trip with the duo to a drug drop, a routine activity for gang members. Unknown to Raheem, at the location was Guala and other affiliates of DSNB. Raheem was the victim of the ultimate double-crossing by Dopeboy and Von. In attempt to display his disagreement and break away from the actions of White City, Bryce colluded with the Dark Side to set up Raheem ‘Heem’ Reynolds and prove this. Heem was consequently gunned down on sight on his arrival. Intense politicking with the Brown and Blood Alliance consisting of B13DSNB and DFGB in the days that followed the civil war meant that the war ended peacefully with minimal bloodshed after White City Mafia was officially folded by the defacto head of the projects Bryce ‘Dopeboy’ Harrington.


OOC Information


Our main goal as Carson Mafia Gangster Bloods is to put out a high-level of gang and community role-play. We aim to portray a realistic atmosphere within Carson Avenue/Chamberlain Hills as a gang and as a community. Our gang is a fictional gang with a rich IC history in Los Santos, but the street gang is inspired by heavily Crenshaw Mafia Gang in LA. We mainly focus on character development and realism as a gang. This faction enforces a high standard of role-play and ensures that server rules are followed. We are accepting of members so long as they are willing to learn and commit to realistic portrayal of an African American community. Upon displaying realistic portrayal and development, members will be offered the opportunity to become affiliated with the street gang. This gang will be driven by the younger generation.

Any inquiries or joining or regarding the faction can be sent through to me, feel free to DM me on Discord, Capo#5435.

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