Bacc Street Watts Crips

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The East Side (E/S) Bacc Street Watts Crips are a long standing African American street gang that was founded in the late 1970's just east of the unincorporated community of Watts in South Los Angeles, California. This gang has traditionally claimed "Watts" for historical reasons even though their neighborhood resides just outside the defined city limits of Watts. Their territory reaches West from Avalon Blvd. to Central Avenue in the East and travels south - east along the 111 Plateau north to 108th Street. The gang goes by "B," "BS," "BSC," or "Bacc Street" and uses these names in tattoos and for tagging. They also use a hand sign for the letter "B". The Bacc Street Crips' primary activities include robberies, narcotics sales, burglaries, auto theft, shootings, assaults with deadly weapons, and murder. This gang has a long history of engaging in conflicts with both Blood and Crip sets. Some of their Crip rivals include the Front Street Watts Crips, 112 Neighbor Hood Crips, 52 Broadway Gangster Crips, all Menlo Crips the Rollin 30's Harlem Crips and the 112 Broadway Gangster Crips. Blood rivals would include the Bounty Hunters Watts, Circle City Piru, the Hacienda Village Bloods and the Be-Bop Watts Bloods. The Bacc Street Crips are also rivals of the Hispanic South Los 13 as well. However, they are considered allies of all East Side Hustler Crips, the Ten Line Gangster Crips and the 116 Kitchen Crips. At one time, the Bacc Street Watts Crips were allies of the Front Street Watts Crips, and combined they used to be known as the "Stanford Avenue Crip Gang".



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