Centinela Park Family Bloods

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The Centinela Park Family Bloods (CPF) is an African American street gang founded in the east side of the city of Inglewood, California. Often referred to as "The Nelas", this gang was formed in the mid to late 1970s and originally claimed the Piru card ("Centinela Park Pirus") until the early 1990s. The name of this gang derives from a public park called Centinela Park (also known as "Edward Vincent Junior Park") located along Centinela Avenue, between Hyde Park Blvd and Florence Avenue. The heart of the Centinela Park Family Bloods territory was originally on Hazel Street and stretched from West Blvd. in the east to La Brea to the west and 64th Street in the north towards Florence Avenue to the south. Their closest allies at the time were the 64 Brims. The Centinela Park Family Bloods fall under the Family Alliance and are cliqued up with the Inglewood Family Gang and Family Swan Bloods. The Centinela Park Family used to be allies of the Inglewood Neighborhood Pirus at one time, but due to the beef between the Inglewood Family Gang and the Inglewood Neighborhood Pirus, the Centinela Park Family Bloods dropped their affiliation to the "Piru" card and began to represent the Family Alliance. That rivalry has also made the Centinela Park Family enemies of the Queen Street Bloods as well. However, they are still friendly towards the Blood Stone Villians as well as the Crenshaw Mafia Gang. They also have the distinction of sharing parts of their neighborhood with the Rollin 60s Neighborhood Crips; one of their most bitter rivals. Other rivals include the 64 West Blvd Crips, Rollin 90s Neighborhood Crips, Rollin 40s Neighborhood Crips, Osage Legend Crips, Eight Tray Gangster Crips and the Tongan Crips Gang.



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Also See: Family Alliance



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News

CPF vs. Rollin 60s

Man Murdered in Centinela Park