Milwaukee WI Gangs and Violence

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Milwaukee WI Gangs and Violence

Unread postby MILNATIVE » September 21st, 2008, 1:32 am

Basically in the state of Wisconsin you have the City of Milwaukee and then the rest of the state is no comparison in terms of gangs, drugs, and violence.

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Re: Milwaukee WI Gangs and Violence

Unread postby MILNATIVE » September 21st, 2008, 1:42 am

Southside-

Latin Kings-Latino-White-People
Spanish Cobras-Latino-Folks
Maniac Latin Disciples-Latino-Folks
2-1 Street-Latino-Black-White-American Indian-Folks
Nasty Boys-American Indian-People
Simon City Royals-White-Folks
La Familia-Latino-People?
Lopez Family-(La Familia Affiliated?)-Latino drug gang

Mexican Gangs-Surenos

Mexican Posse-13
Clantones 14
Brown Pride
MSLS8
Mexican Carnalas-female
MCK-Female

Outlaws-WhiteMotorcycle gang



Eastside-

Eastside Mafioso-Puerto Rican-Folks
Eastside Gangster or Buffum County or ?-Black-Folks



Northside/Westside-

Asian-
Asian Crips
Menace of Destruction-Asian
Laotian Crips

African American-
Gangster Disciple-Brothers of the Struggle-Folks
Vice Lords-1st and keefe, 2-4, and 2-6-People

But alot of crews worth mentioning;-I'm not sure all their gang affiliations tho?

Murda Mob
Ghetto Boys
Cherry Street Mob
Trey 8 Mob
Body Snatchers
19th Street Nash Boys
16 Deep pr Flat Out
West Cly
Black Mob
Bogus Boys

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Re: Milwaukee WI Gangs and Violence

Unread postby MILNATIVE » September 21st, 2008, 1:36 pm

Violent crime up in city in 2007
FBI, police officials disagree over how much it has risen
By RYAN HAGGERTY
rhaggerty@journalsentinel.com
Posted: Sept. 15, 2008
Violent crime increased in Milwaukee in 2007 compared with 2006, while violent crime decreased nationwide over the same period, according to data released Monday by the FBI.
However, the Milwaukee Police Department disagreed with the amount of the increase reported by the FBI, citing a discrepancy in the number of forcible rapes the department reported to the state for 2006 and the number of forcible rapes reported by the FBI for that year.
The FBI - using what the Police Department said was the erroneous number of forcible rapes for 2006 - reported Monday that Milwaukee's violent crime rose 4.4% from 2006 to 2007.
When calculated using the much higher number of forcible rapes that the Police Department reported to the state for 2006, violent crime rose 2.8%.
The Police Department told the state Office of Justice Assistance that 236 forcible rapes occurred in the city in 2006, said police Lt. John M. Hagen of the department's Crime Analysis Division. The FBI reported that 112 forcible rapes occurred that year.
The discrepancy is most likely due to an error in the state's conversion of sexual assault data provided by the Police Department, Hagen said.
Officials with the FBI and the Office of Justice Assistance could not be reached for comment.
Police spokeswoman Anne E. Schwartz said the department agreed with the rest of the FBI's report.
According to the report, homicide was up 1.9%, and aggravated assault was up 7.6%, while robbery was down 2.2 %.
Property crime decreased 0.1%, according to the report.
Burglary increased 9.8% and arson increased 8.1%, while theft decreased 0.4% and auto theft decreased 6%, the report says.
In July, the Police Department, citing preliminary data, reported that violent crime was down 19.4% and property crime was down 4.5% through the first six months of this year.
Nationwide, violent crime fell about 0.7 % in 2007, the first drop since 2005, according to the FBI. Property crime decreased about 1.4%, dropping for the fifth consecutive year.


In 2007, this city reported 8,040 violent crimes and 38,199 property crimes. Violent crime is composed of four offenses: Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. Violent crimes are defined in the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program as those offenses which involve force or threat of force. Property crime includes the offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. The object of the theft-type offenses is the taking of money or property, but there is no force or threat of force against the victims.


BY THE NUMBERS
Violent Crimes
8,040


Property Crimes
38,199


Population
572,938




VIOLENT CRIMES
Murder
105


Forcible Rape
236


Robbery
3,529


Aggravated Assault
4,170




PROPERTY CRIMES
Burglary
6,203


Larceny-Theft
24,248


Motor Vehicle Theft
7,748


Arson
346

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Re: Milwaukee WI Gangs and Violence

Unread postby MILNATIVE » September 22nd, 2008, 1:27 am

Regional News Briefs
Posted: Sept. 21, 2008
Man fixing flat shot in arm
A 20-year-old man was shot in the arm and hand early Sunday while he was working on a flat tire in a north side service station parking lot, Milwaukee police said.
The shooting was reported at 2:45 a.m. in the 2000 block of W. Center St., according to Police Capt. Timothy Burkee. Police are continuing to investigate the shooting.
The incident came after a series of unrelated shootings Saturday, in which police said at least nine people were shot in seven incidents. In addition to those already reported, police said a 35-year-old man was shot in the hand at 1:50 a.m. Sunday while sitting in his car in the 1300 block of W. Groehling Ave.; and about 10 p.m. Saturday a 19-year-old woman was shot in the leg in the 2300 block of N. Bremen St.
In that incident, police said, she and a friend were walking when they encountered two teenage boys. Words were exchanged and the shots fired. Police are continuing to investigate.


Regional News Briefs
From the Journal Sentinel
Posted: Sept. 21, 2008
Seven people injured in Saturday shootings
Seven people, at least two of them children, were injured in shootings in Milwaukee Saturday.
According to Milwaukee police:
• A 12-year-old girl was shot about 2:30 p.m. while sitting on a porch near N. 5th St. and W. Vienna Ave.
The girl was hit when shots were fired from a passing vehicle at another vehicle. She was taken to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Wauwatosa with non-life threatening injuries.
• A 17-year-old boy was shot in the 3200 block of N. 29th St. about 4:45 p.m.
Shots were fired from a vehicle, and the victim was wounded in the lower body. He was in good condition at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.
• A 25-year-old man was shot in the 4600 block of N. 29th St. about 5:40 p.m. The man suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was in critical condition at a hospital.
• Three people were shot in the 2100 block of W. Brown St. about 9:30 p.m. Police said they did not know the ages of the two women and one man who were shot. The victims had non-life threatening injuries and were taken to Froedtert Hospital in Wauwatosa, police said.
• A 19-year-old man was shot in the leg just after 10 p.m. on the south side. The man was shot in his left calf on S. 12th St., between W. Greenfield Ave. and W. Orchard St., and ran to the 1200 block of S. 15th Place. The man called paramedics and was taken to Froedtert Hospital. The injury did not appear to be life-threatening.
All the shootings remained under investigation late

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Re: Milwaukee WI Gangs and Violence

Unread postby MILNATIVE » September 25th, 2008, 9:20 pm

Turf war sparked killings
2 of 4 people shot to death on north side street were gang members, police say
By RYAN HAGGERTY-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Posted: July 6, 2008
A shooting that left four people dead in Milwaukee was the result of an escalating gang war, sparked in part by the re-emergence of a violent group known as the Murda Mobb, Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn said Sunday evening.
Two of the four people killed early Friday in the shooting on N. 28th St. between W. Clarke and W. Wright streets — Kendrick L. Jackson, 34, and Jacoby E. Claybrooks, 28 — were known members of the Murda Mobb, said Flynn, who called the group “the most organized, most vicious and most aggressive gang on the north side of the City of Milwaukee.”
“This was not a random act,” Flynn said during a news conference in front of the District 3 station at 2333 N. 49th St. “What we have learned is that the self-styled Murda Mobb is back and aggressively trying to take over the drug trade in that area.”
The return of the Murda Mobb, prompted in part by the release of one of the group’s founders from prison, has sparked a turf war with gangs that tried to take its place, Flynn said.
Police believe that members of two other gangs shot at a group of more than 100 people who had gathered on N. 28th St. about 2:30 a.m. Friday in retaliation for an earlier offense committed by the Murda Mobb, said Flynn, who would not name the other gangs.
Mariella Fisher, 27, and Theresa Raddle, 23, also died in the shootings.
Sylvia Ware, 35, was wounded, as was a 31-year-old man whom police have not identified.
Police had not made any arrests in the case as of 9 p.m. Sunday.
The Murda Mobb is led by two brothers, Akilah and Antoine Crittenden, Flynn said.
Akilah, 31, was recently released from prison, while Antoine, 34, is still behind bars but is expected to be released soon, Flynn said.
The pair recruited new members while in prison, and the gang has been trying to re-establish itself in an area bordered by W. Center St. and W. North Ave. and N. 27th and N. 30th streets, Flynn said.
The gang is responsible for about 24 homicides in Milwaukee over the past 10 years, Flynn said.
Flynn said the Murda Mobb and other gangs will not be allowed to terrorize the neighborhoods they have tried to control.
“Today, the Milwaukee Police Department is informing the Murda Mobb that we are taking your neighborhood away from you,” he said. “You are going to see more police officers in your neighborhood than you have seen before, and we’re shutting you down.
“I was in that neighborhood on Friday morning. I saw the blood-stained streets, I saw the neatly painted houses with bars on their windows and bars on their doors, where people live in fear every single day because this gang has taken their streets from them,” Flynn said, his voice rising. “Well, this gang is about to lose those streets.”
District 3 officers and the department’s Neighborhood Task Force, a unit of about 200 officers who are deployed at hot spots throughout the city, will be focusing on the area where the shootings occurred, Flynn said.
Both Flynn and Mayor Tom Barrett urged people with information about the quadruple homicide to contact police.
“This is gut-check time,” Barrett said. “I don’t want to see an escalation of violence in this city because of retaliation, and the way for us to cut it off right now is to cut it off at the knees by having more police in this neighborhood, but also by having the citizens of this neighborhood cooperate with the Milwaukee Police Department.”

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Re: Milwaukee WI Gangs and Violence

Unread postby niceman » August 1st, 2015, 3:28 am

MILNATIVE wrote:Northside/Westside-

Asian-
Asian Crips
Menace of Destruction-Asian
Laotian Crips


Asian gangs aren't really active in Milwaukee anymore. Laotian Crips got busted with some drug charges and that was the last major thing they was heard of.

MOD & AC are DL like really DL in the city now. They around but they don't shoot up each other like how they used to after the federal-indictment on the MOD. Both gangs may be still around Milwaukee but they just kickback with their own gang or maybe some new crew that aren't gang-related.

I would have to say that the only Asian gang left in Milwaukee are the Crazy Hmong Boys only because they have more youngbucks that show out. But they ain't popping shit either. So to say the least, Asian gangs in Milwaukee aren't the same anymore after the FEDS kept an eye on them. The all on the DL!

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Re: Milwaukee WI Gangs and Violence

Unread postby Miltown » October 7th, 2017, 6:38 pm

MILNATIVE wrote:Basically in the state of Wisconsin you have the City of Milwaukee and then the rest of the state is no comparison in terms of gangs, drugs, and violence.


You right but Racine and Beloit definetly get down for as small as they are


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