Unique Hoods

Discuss Hispanic gangs, Southsiders, Sureños in LOS ANGELES COUNTY ONLY. There are four general geographic categories Hispanic gangs fall into for LA.
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Unique Hoods

Unread postby TheAngels » February 5th, 2019, 2:16 pm

What are some gang hoods that stand out to you by their physical features, topography, and geography? And hoods you think would be difficult for rivals to do missions in?

What comes to mind for me is Geraghty Loma and BPS Jungles. Geraghty because it's on a hill and they have lookouts who can see police or enemies coming from down the hill with lots of cuts to hide to get away. BPS Jungles because it's a maze and lots of dead-end streets and the dense apartments look intimidating.

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Re: Unique Hoods

Unread postby advocate » February 6th, 2019, 9:39 am

I would imagine the hoods near GLoma would also be unique and difficult for rivals. Aren't there a couple MV hoods right there in the hills next to GL? Like Pomeroy or Juarez? Then you got LOTT & Hicks St nearby as well.

Rose Hills & Happy Valley are also in the hills but their neighborhoods also level out somewhat.

Dogtown Projects are unique...isnt the only way in or out on Main St.? Behind it is industrial/warehouses/tracks.

Culver City isn't unique in regards to physical features of their area but the projects are one way in/one way out & Slauson Ave is a dead end at the park/creek so that might make it difficult for rivals.

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Re: Unique Hoods

Unread postby Lonewolf » February 6th, 2019, 10:14 am

about the dog town projects, you got 4 streets going into the bricks from main street, but only two streets that will lead into the traditional hang out blocks, so back in the day, DxT always had the youngsters on bikes -no cell phones back then- ride around and let the boys know of anything going on or people coming into the projects, so it was kinda hard to drop in uninvited, you know


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