Varrio Posole Locos
The Varrio Posole Locos (VPLS), also known as Varrio Posole Locos 13 (VPLS) is an Mexican-American criminal street gang, located in the Eastside neighborhood of Oceanside, San Diego County, California. Their origins date back to the 1950s, which evolved around three families the Jaimes, Englebrechts and the Morenos family.
The Varrio Posole Locos, is the oldest and largest gang in the city of Oceanside, with over 300 members. They are a multi-generation street gang located East of the 5 Freeway, and share the EastSide community with the Crooks Mobsters Gangsters, a predominantly African-American street gang who mainly feud with Samoans and Latino gangs, especially in Oceanside.
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In 1997, a gang injunction was filed against the Varrio Posole Locos, which included twenty-eight members of the Varrio Posole. In 2003, the courts granted the district attorney (D.A.) a second injunction, due to the gang maintaining a visible presence in Oceanside. In 2011, a third injunction was filed against 52 members of the Varrio Posole Locos, in an attempt to dismantle the gang.
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