Top Dolla Hustler Crip, 46 (TDHC) of South Los Angeles

46 Top Dolla [Dollar] Hustler Crip [46 TDHC, TDHC] were a predominately African-American hustler crew during the 1980s when African-Americans that were not interested in street gangs formed an alternative street identity. These hustler crews were focused mostly on making money, not conflict, violence or gangs and although they were geographically located in gang areas, they were not associated with Crips or Bloods. Many of these new hustler identities found it difficult to resist the more common gang identities that were more dominant in the ghetto, and eventually the Top Dolla Hustlas became the Top Dolla Hustler Crips.

ABC Market on Vermont & Vernon Avenues in 1992 during LA Riots

ABC Market on Vermont & Vernon Avenues in 1992 during LA Riots

They were located in the area of Vermont Avenue between Martin Luther King Blvd & 48th Street. They were often seen in the are of the old ABC Market on the corner Vermont Avenue & Vernon, an area known for transitory street gang involvement for years. There was once the 43 Hoover Gangster Crips in the early 1980s, then We Don’t Care Crips, and Dirty Old Man Gang. In recent years this area has been occupied by the Dark Side click of the Rollin 40s Crips.

Deceased members of TDHC

  • Roy Edward “Buccy” Jackson, 20 (Feb. 2, 1983 – Feb. 16, 2003) shot and killed at 966 W. 47th Street.

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