Palmer Blocc Compton Crips
The West Side (W/S) Palmer Blocc Compton Crips are a relatively small primarily African-American street gang founded in the western region of Compton, California in the 1970s. The name of this gang derives from a residential street called Palmer Street which sat in the heart of what used to be their territory before they were pushed off of portions of their turf by both the Compton Varrio Tortilla Flats and Tree Top Pirus during the early 2000s. Today, Their neighborhood stretches from Compton Blvd. and Popular Street, between Wilmington Avenue and Central Avenue. Although not as large as other Crip gangs, this gang is still considered a the Compton area and are rivals of all Pirus; mainly to the Tree Top Pirus, Original Block Piru 151, 145 Neighborhood Pirus and the Cedar Block Piru gang. Other rivals include the Compton Varrio Tortilla Flats, Compton Varrio 155, South Side Compton Crips, Nutty Blocc Compton Crips, Ward Lane Compton Crips and the Park Village Compton Crips. Thier closest allies are the Santana Blocc Compton Crips, along with the Palm & Oak Gangster Crips and Latana Blocc Compton Crips.