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  • Opal Street Locos

      The Opal Street Locos or OSL, (also known as Opal Street Locos XV, Varrio Opal Street, East Side Opal Street, Calle Opal) are a small predominantly Mexican-American street gang named after Opal Street in the Boyle Heights district in the City of Los Angeles, California. Members of Opal Street are known to use the […] More

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  • Gage Maravilla

    The Gage Maravilla (GMV) or Gage Maravilla Rifa (GMVR) are a Hispanic-American gang, based in East Los Angeles, California. Formed in the 1980s, the Gage Maravilla spawned two different cliques, the Maravilla Rifa (older generation) and Gage Boys (younger generation). Members are known to wear apparel by the Green Bay Packers to signify their affiliation with the Gage Maravilla. Like many […] More

  • Toonerville Rifa 13

    The Toonerville Rifa 13 are a primarily Mexican-American gang hailing out of Atwater Village, in North-East Los Angeles. According to some, the group has been around ever since the 1930s, when several Mexican immigrants came together to face the challenges of their new life in the United States. First known as the Latin Souls, this […] More

  • Culver City Boys

    The Culver City Boys (CCB) or Culver City Boys 13 (CCB13) are a mainly Mexican-American street gang which came into existence in the late 1960s. Originally from Culver City, the group swiftly moved to occupy Mar Vista, Venice, and other parts of the Los Angeles Area. By the early 1970s, the Mar Vista Gardens housing […] More

  • The LOTT 13

    The LOTT Stoners (TLS), also known as The Lott Stoners 13, Varrio Lott, The Lott Boys, or simply The Lott 13 are a long-standing predominantly Mexican-American street gang that originated in East Los Angeles. Born out of the Los Angeles Stoner Era, during which large groups of Hispanics would spend a considerable amount of time […] More

  • Inglewood 13

    The Varrio Inglewood, also known as Inglewood 13 is primarily a Mexican-American street gang located on the West Side of Inglewood, California. They originated in the late 1970s, and consist of several smaller cliques such as the Hyde Park Locos, Rascals and the Tiny Locos. The Inglewood 13, have over 400 active members and is considered […] More

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