Varrio La Loma

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Varrio La Loma was a predominately Hispanic gang located in the central section of Los Angeles on the east side of Dodger’s Stadium in the Elysian Park community. Solona Avenue and Casanova Street off Broadway was the strong hold to their neighborhood before the faded out and disappeared from the scene.

La Loma was founded in the early part of the 20th Century, probably during the 1920s but due to demographic, gentrification and urban renewal projects, that gang has since been displaced.

Deceased members

  1. Esmondo Pacheco, 19 (Nov 24, 1934 – Dec 14, 1953), killed by Eastside Clanton members in a physical fight using bottles.

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