Rollin’ 30s gang members arrested on drug distribution allegations

By Debbie Truong / LA Times News
July 17, 2014

rollin 30s harlem crips gang arrestedMore than 20 gang members and associates of the Rollin’ 30s Harlem Crips are facing federal charges on allegations of drug distribution, officials said Thursday.

Hundreds of FBI and L.A. Police Department officers were part of a coordinated effort Thursday morning to serve arrest warrants to 23 alleged members of the street gang. Four of those named in the warrants were already in custody on unrelated charges and six are still being sought by law enforcement.

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The timing of Thursday’s arrests coincided with nuisance abatement lawsuits filed by the city attorney’s office against owners of three properties allegedly used by the Rollin’ 30s and ally Rollin’ 40s for criminal activity.

The Rollin’ 30s are known by the LAPD’s Southwest division as “one of the most active gangs selling narcotics” in the area, dealing primarily in cocaine, according to the court documents.

he lawsuits filed in L.A. County Superior Court allege that the properties, which include a strip mall and an unlicensed barber shop, are used for narcotics and firearms sales.

“The lawsuits we filed today target chronic properties we allege are controlled by gangs, and are bases for drug and gun sales in close proximity to churches and schools,” City Atty. Mike Feuer said in a statement.

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1 Comment for “Rollin’ 30s gang members arrested on drug distribution allegations”

  1. whiskeydick

    you see they dont target whites???

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