Watts Varrio Primera??

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Watts Varrio Primera??

Unread post by Pico2jeff » February 4th, 2019, 1:38 am

Is this a true story? I heard Watts Varrio Grape and Weigand Colonia Watts were both cliques of a gang called Watts Varrio Primera. The cliques were Weigand avenue and Grape street but the two cliques started beefing due to the Grapes relationship with the crips so Grape started doing their own thing.

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Re: Watts Varrio Primera??

Unread post by LAResident » February 4th, 2019, 12:36 pm

I read this on fearnotlaw.com

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Re: Watts Varrio Primera??

Unread post by bgcasper » February 18th, 2019, 8:59 am

Detective Stevens testified that, when Watts was primarily an African-American community, the area around the Jordan Downs Housing Project area was controlled by Grape Street Crips. As more Hispanics moved into the Watts area, they formed their own gang, the Watts Varrio Primera (Varrio Primera), which focused on the area to the south of Jordan Downs. One of Varrio Primeras two main cliques was the Grape Street clique, which began to traffic in narcotics in association with Grape Street Crips. The Grape Street cliques association with the African-American Grape Street Crips gang caused tension between the Grape Street clique and the other major clique in Varrio Primera, the Weigand Avenue clique. Ultimately, the Grape Street clique split off from Varrio Primera to become a separate gang, Varrio Grape. The members of Varrio Grape considered members of the former Weigand Avenue clique (now known as the Watts Colonial Weigand gang) to be enemies.

well before being separate gangs both grape and weigand was clicc of varrio primera that explain why u never had a compton varrio primera but a segundo a tres a cinquo and siete

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