52 Hoover Gangster Crips [52HGC, Five Deuce] are a predominately African-American street gang located in the Vermont-Slauson community of South LA in the City of Los Angeles. They are connected to both the Gangster alliance and the Hoover alliance and formed during the late 1970s. Historically the Five Deuce Hoovers are closely aligned with the Five Deuce Broadway Gangster Crips.
The FDH are the only Hoover set of the eight separate Hoover sets that does not follow the naming convention of “HCG” or “Hoover Crip Gang” like the other seven sets. Additionally, when the seven HCG sets decided to drop the Crip for Criminal around 1995, the FDH were the only one that did not take on that identity.
The 52 HGCs also have a very close alliance with the 51st Street Trouble Gangster Crips (51 TGC) that are located directly to the west of their location.
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- Chris “Tiny Devil” Stephens, 27 (1985 – 2013)
- Shannon Cannon, 14, (Sept. 14, 1970 – 1984)
- Darryl Coleman, 17 ( – 1984)
- Diane Rasberry, 17 (January 9, 1967 – 1984)
- Phillip Westbrooks, 18 ( – 1984)
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