history of gangs in west covina
You aint from West Covina

Covina, CA

#2966 Aug 2, 2013
WCX3 wrote:
Hahaha cacapone your funny you fooz havent takin over shxit been down those alleys no 1 there haha lames dont know where they belong n fuxxxck nut sack Pasadena you dont even go to your hood kick it with dead muffin n taggers hahahaha WEST!!!!!!! Fuxxxck the rest catch a shot to the chest wined up dead
How you gonna rep WCX3 when all you little youngsters live in Covina and went to school in Covina. You aint never stepped foot in WC
You aint from West Covina

Covina, CA

#2967 Aug 2, 2013
ALCApONE 13 wrote:
<quoted text>lmfao wer not even from the city of west cochina n we took over a part of west cochina not just any varrio walks in n takes over other barrios city like we did that shows u that ther lames aqui para ALCApONE 13 Los diablos catch me on 2300 hundred block of east GARVEY posted in the alley
ALCP aint been around since Ivan got dropped and sinner ran away to mexico

u are never in your little tiny alley in WC.
The Devil

West Covina, CA

#2968 Aug 4, 2013
Why is that when I see a gangmembers fight they look funny they look like they slap each other like girls fighting lol
W1CK3D

Los Angeles, CA

#2969 Aug 4, 2013
C.O.B GANGSTERS.... THEE ORIGINALS DEL VALLE...... SURFLOWER & ARROYO....
CHATTER OAK BARRIO... Controlando y rifando covina, glendora, chatter oak
Wes Cove NH the Blocc

United States

#2970 Aug 5, 2013
Wes Cove NH the Blocc . NHC Cuzz Wass Cripin M.R. Rum is out of C.D.C out Smok3n
O.G.Kush Cuzzin Crip4n

“Your bear to cross”

Since: Aug 09

Whittier, California

#2971 Aug 6, 2013
W1CK3D wrote:
C.O.B GANGSTERS.... THEE ORIGINALS DEL VALLE...... SURFLOWER & ARROYO....
CHATTER OAK BARRIO... Controlando y rifando covina, glendora, chatter oak
charter oak BARRIO? Really? Dude, nobody has heard of you yahoo's except you three ... hey here's an idea: maybe instead of sitting in your mom's garage and stealin' the neighbors wifi to post your gang name you go out, climb up on your momma's roof, and scream the name out for everyone to hear. Repeat as needed.

You boneheads in distant counties or even other states just yell louder. Somebody will give a shit. Somewhere. Really.
Magician WCPB Cuzz

Hollywood, FL

#2972 Aug 6, 2013
Me and my homies went to Nogales high from 79-82 it was WCPB cuzz West Covina playboys there wasn't no fuckin pinoy boys nor nhh or Nhc or any bloods they went to West Covina high and they a bloods it wasn't even Rowland heights playboys yet we started this gangsta shit I remember east side dukes happy homes towns men that's it and that's all that banged over there that's real talk for ya ass
STONEY

Dallas, TX

#2973 Aug 7, 2013
Well if you need prof that my barrio exist why don't you pay me a visit. Calora St, drive right in.. The cross street is sunflower. Come through and see for yourself,chavala. But, I highly doubted that you will knowing your a bitch!......... C.B.Ox13 Tks
Ese Stoney

“Your bear to cross”

Since: Aug 09

Whittier, California

#2974 Aug 7, 2013
STONEY wrote:
Well if you need prof that my barrio exist why don't you pay me a visit. Calora St, drive right in.. The cross street is sunflower. Come through and see for yourself,chavala. But, I highly doubted that you will knowing your a bitch!......... C.B.Ox13 Tks
Ese Stoney
Should have just called your mini set "the title 8 housing behind Big Lots". THEN people would know who you are. And yeah, I've seen you mud heads lurking outside the liquor store. Real tough vatos.
sgv historian

Fort Worth, TX

#2976 Aug 7, 2013
Warlock wrote:
<quoted text>
You got it it right ! Westside Family Bloods! We were deep in BPHS and SVHS . This is TiN ONE (aka SKE ONE KRH FCT TCD, WSF bloods) USA (before KHA STL) United STreet Artists. Roman aka Rebel aka FLoHo , Brian aka Speedo, Gus aka Zer , Robert aka TiN. 88'-90'.
Ws Family was deep back in the days . That whole hood is different now I moved out in 92
asdf

Los Angeles, CA

#2979 Aug 9, 2013
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asdf

Los Angeles, CA

#2980 Aug 9, 2013
Be wary about making wild statements or exaggerated claims today because they'll come back to haunt you. You are likely to be caught out, which could leave you with a red face. Although you're very steamed up about something that offends your principles or beliefs, try not to turn it into a major drama or use it as an excuse to lose your temper about other things.
asdf

Los Angeles, CA

#2981 Aug 9, 2013
Covina couple gets two years for child abuse
West Covina council backs ordinance for public ...
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Capitol Alert: Nurse practitioner bill fails in...
Lawmakers make final push
Capitol Alert: AM Alert: California Legislature...
Baldwin Park, South El Monte libraries closing ...
In the Military, Aug. 2
Observing the faiths
Soul of the City part VI
Thousands of firearms from crime busts melted down
Grr.. This Keeps Happening In So Cal
asdf

Los Angeles, CA

#2982 Aug 9, 2013
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asdf

Los Angeles, CA

#2983 Aug 9, 2013
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asdf

Los Angeles, CA

#2984 Aug 9, 2013
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asdf

Los Angeles, CA

#2985 Aug 9, 2013
FBI
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real_talk

United States

#2986 Aug 9, 2013
PNUTS GANG wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah! What-ever you say peanut. If you peanut's ran thing's in the S.G.V., Then why are you guy's getting taken out. Like that lame B*tch JOKER from east-side-puente or that other lame B*tch CREEPER from hurley-street-puente. first that lame joker got smoked, Then three week's later that lame creeper got smoked. Now there are no peanut's kicking it on the street's, All you peanut's are in hiding, Especially from BASSETTxGRANDE. I hear those vato's have all you Peanut's shook. Peanut's are nothing but a bunch of scared Chavala's that don't run natha.LoL!!!
First of all f#*ck casket. Remember that name from the early 90's? Everyone called Ur hood casket because that was where your homies ended up.
PUENTERO

Hacienda Heights, CA

#2987 Aug 10, 2013
Rest-In-PUENTE homie's "JOKER,CREEPER and DAFFY" from that PUENTE13GANG. BRIDGETOWN TILL OUR LAST DAY.
PUENTERO

Hacienda Heights, CA

#2988 Aug 10, 2013
Rest-In-PUENTE homie's "JOKER,CREEPER,GREEN-EYE' S and DAFFY. from that PUENTE13GANG. BRIDGETOWN TILL MY LAST DAY.

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