Varrio El Hoyo Soto [defunct] in Boyle Heights

El Hoyo Soto was a predominately Hispanic gang in the Boyle Heights area of Los Angeles that was active from the 1940s to the 1960s. El Hoyo Soto was a separate gang not connected to El Hoyo Maravilla or Soto Street.

There were active in an area that White Fence has been claiming since their demise.

Mexican Mafia members, Gilbert Pedro “Shotgun” Sanchez (b. 1942) and Richard “Mosca” Solis were originally from El Hoyo Soto.

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