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Neighborhood Family Bloods

Neighborhood Family Bloods

Neighborhood Family Bloods (NHFB) also known as the Neighborhood Family Swan Bloods (NFSB) or Family Swan Bloods (FSB), due to their close alliance with the Mad Swan Bloods. The Neighborhood Family Bloods are an African-American street gang on the East Side of South Los Angeles, California. Their neighborhood stretch from Manchester Ave to 92nd Street, between Avalon Blvd to Central Ave (89/92nd Family).

The Neighborhood Family Bloods falls under the Neighborhood and Family Bloods umbrella. They consist of two small cliques; the 89 Neighborhood Family Bloods (89th Street) and the 92 Neighborhood Family Bloods (92nd Street). The Neighborhood Family Bloods emerged with the Mad Swan Bloods, this alliance is called the Family Swans. The younger generation of this gang often refered to themselves as the Family Swan Bloods, (instead of Neighborhood Family Bloods).

Most youth members of the Neighborhood Family Bloods attend Fremont High School, which is located in the Mad Swan Bloods territory, and is in the 77th Street Division (Police station) jurisdiction.

Allies And Rivals

Their allies consist of the Mad Swan BloodsInglewood Family Gang, and Centinela Park FamilyRivals include: 88 Avalon Garden Crips, East Coast CripsKitchen Crips, Pueblos Bishop BloodsBounty Hunter Bloods (Watts), and the 18th Street Gang.

3 Comments on Neighborhood Family Bloods

  1. Look at the front side… there`s standin WS18ST… & it`s even not crossed out

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  2. Anonymous // June 4, 2016 at 7:05 pm // Reply

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  3. Looks like a Cemetery stone slab. probably has some dead Niggers under it.

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