It is known for murders, fights, and drugs and weapons trafficking especially methamphetamine . The youth formed the Master of Destruction. The reason behind the breakup is unclear although it is suggested that there was a power struggle between members, which caused Peace MOD to break into three gangs that included MOD. In , the name was changed to Menace of Destruction by the younger generation to align with their youth.
Street Gangs in Sacramento, California
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Before the adoption of Blood and Crip gangs in the city, Sacramento had old school Sacramento gang affiliations like the Funk Lords of Oak Park and numerous others in the many urban neighborhoods of Sacramento. While never being officially affiliated with a Blood and Crip gang, this South Sacramento ghetto housing project of Franklin Villa was located off Franklin Boulevard and had such a reputation that police would be scared to enter the complex. Above is a map that gives an example of the current gangs of Sacramento. Not Created by TheRealStreetzcom. Even though the South Side has the moniker of South Sac Iraq, it should be noted that the North Side is just as active especially as neighborhood conflicts are easily escalated due to their close proximity to one another. Bloods and Crips of Sacramento might receive the most attention, but the Mexican and Asian gangs are just as active, if not more, as the Nortenos and Vietnamese and other Asian ethnicity gangs have contributed much to the occurrences of the streets.
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Street gangs in Sacramento, CA Asian gangs 1. Bahalana Gang 2. Insane Viet Boys 3. Lemon Hill Posse 4. Menace Of Destruction Gang 5.
AP - Hundreds of federal and local law enforcement agents have seized roughly Northern California houses purchased with money wired to the United States by a Chinese-based crime organization and used to grow massive amounts of marijuana illegally, authorities said Wednesday. The raids culminated a monthslong investigation focusing on dozens of Chinese nationals who bought homes in seven counties. Most of the buyers were in the country legally and were not arrested as authorities investigate if they were indebted to the gang and forced into the work, U. Attorney McGregor Scott said.