East Dago Mob Crips

East Dago Mob Crips (EDMC)

The East Dago Mob (EDM) also known as the East Dago Mob Crips (EDMC) are a violent street gang residing on the East Side in the City Heights neighborhood in San Diego, California. They were originally known as “Playboy International” (PBI), but changed it to East Dago Mob Crips in 1985. The main cliques of the East Dago Mob Crips are 46th Street and 46th Street (Lil Neighbors).

On October 27, 2015, Arthur Lee Bautista, aka “Bone” and David Douglas Moore, aka “Day Day” aka “Double” aka “Doubles” were arrested after a year-long drug distribution investigation, dubbed “Operation Tic Toc.” Bautista and Moore are both documented gang members with the East Dago Mob Crips and the West Coast Crips.

In 1989, Dory Laramore, better known as Lil C.S., an East San Diego rapper affiliated with the East Dago Mob Crips (44th Street) was indicted on drug charges and sentenced to 12 years in prison. After being released from the Feds in the late 1990s, he started a music label called “Ghetto World Records” and released his debut project Ghetto Classics (Album) in 1999.

Other artists from East Dago Mob are Mooch Massive (44th Street), Lil Kev (46th Street), Young Mooch, Blak Fog, and the Mob Kings (rap group).

Allies And Rivals

The closest allies of the East Dago Mob Crips are the Rollin 40s Neighborhood Crips and the West Coast Crips. Their past rivalries are the Skyline PirusLincoln Park Bloods, and the Emerald Hills Gangster Bloods.

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6 Replies to “East Dago Mob Crips”

  1. These niggas is wacc cuh …dey dont put in no work on slobks or dierusk weak asd cripk gang in daygo dont beef wit nobody dey coo wit da essayskilla. Fucc east daygo