Ok, I now live in Orange County and have in laws that live in Huntington Park and other areas of L.A. and I can safely say those pics are not the same surenos like the ones in So Cal.
Who the fu-- writes Vatos Locos? Thats some Paisa shit, not true Sureno hoods EVER write vatos locos that some mojado shit or they saw Blood in, Blood Out too many times. Just because your'red tatted up all over doesn't make you down.
To Answer "j", Varrio Via Sol has always been around in one form or other. There was a time when Sunnyvale, as small is it is, was divided up into Neighborhoods. Varrio Fairwood Locos (North Side), Varrio Orchard Gardens, Varrio Grande Fir (East Side), Washington Park Locos (West Side) and couple of other ones. Once Surenos started popping up they all went back under the Varrio Via Sol banner.
The last thing I heard about a year ago, the homies from Sunnyvale and Mountain View got together and formed an alliance to take out the Surenos. Just 3 weeks ago, some nortenos killed a sureno in Sunnyvale by some S-vale vatos. In related news, that Sunnyvale homie the stabbed was killed by SVPD a couple of days ago when they were investigating the stabbing. I guess he was gonna get taken alive. See the two articles posted below:
Man, 21, is fatally stabbed
in gang brawl, police say
Sunnyvale police are seeking a suspect who fatally stabbed a 21-year-old man Friday night in what neighbors and police described as a large gang brawl.
About 11:32 p.m., police responded to calls about the fight on the 1100 block of Ayala Drive. Neighbors said the melee had lasted about five minutes before Pablo Rosales of Sunnyvale was stabbed numerous times.
After being stabbed, Rosales managed to flee
the scene with four friends in a white, four-door Saturn, police said. But he died in the Hilton Gardens hotel parking lot in Mountain View, where the group, allegedly Sureño gang members, called 911.
"It's an ongoing investigation," said Lt. David Pitts of the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety. "We've been working all weekend."
Some teenagers who saw the fight, but refused to give their names, said a group drove by, threw bottles at them and later tried to fight them. They said they managed to fend the group off, but as Rosales was returning to the car, another group, members of the rival Norteños gang, intercepted him, threw him to the ground, started beating him with bricks and later stabbed him, the witnesses said.
Heres the article about the cops shooting the suspects in the stabbing death.http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_6873435?s ... ost_viewed