Perris Neighborhood Crips
The Perris Neighborhood Crips (PNHC) also known as the Neighborhood Perris Crips (NHPC) or the East Side Perris Neighborhood (ESPN) and formerly known as Neighborhood Pimp Mob (NPM). They are Primarily, but not exclusively, an African-American Street gang Located on the East Side of Perris (uptown), a city in the Riverside County of California.
The Perris Neighborhood Crips are East of the 215 Freeway, around Redland Avenue and Nuevo Rd, they also extends in the southern region of the Triple Crown area (Crown Blocc). The Neighborhood Perris Crips originated as the Neighborhood Pimp Mob Crip, and started by a Los Angeles gang member who relocated to the Riverside County, in the early 1990s.
The Perris Neighborhood Crips often refer to themselves as the 51/50 Gang, and fall under the Neighborhood Crips (2x) umbrella and are known to sport powder blue as their primary color. They are known to sport powder blue apparel by the North Carolina, American professional baseball team, especially baseball caps with the large North Carolina initials “NC” to signify their affiliation with the Neighborhood Crips.
Allies & Rivals
The Perris Neighborhood Crips are allies of all Neighborhood Crips and the East Coast Crips as well as all Rollin Os (Crips). They are bitter rivals of the South Side Perris Loc Crips, who are located over the bridge (Old Side) downtown area along with their neighboring allies across Ramona Expressway the Mead Valley Gangster Crips.
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