Video: Rolling 30’s: the Knock-Knock Burglars

by John Schwada (myFOXla.com)
Tuesday, 16 Feb 2010, 7:06 AM PST

Members of the Rolling 30’s are a walking, rapping crime wave.

According to dozens of court documents exclusively obtained by FOX 11 News, law enforcement blames the Rolling 30’s (sometimes called the Original Harlem Crips) for an epidemic of SoCal burglaries.

John Torres, ATF agent:

“We think we can accurately attribute thousands of burglaries to these crews here – thousands.”

The Rolling 30’s are called the “Knock-Knock Burglars,” because they often go to neighborhoods, knock on doors to see who’s home and if no one answers, they break in.

As John Schwada reports the gangbangers bragged about their exploits on YouTube.

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