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Source: http://www.policemag.com/blog/gangs/story/2011/08/pseudo-surenos-non-california-southsiders.aspx

THE WANNABE GANG BANGERS IN MOHAVE COUNTY

Keep Your Eye on Pseudo Sureños

Watch for up-and-coming Sureño gangs by documenting their graffiti and knowing the players.

Published a while ago but still a very real problem.

The teenage thug wore a white oversized T-shirt with "Kanpol" in large blue letters over a symbol of two parallel horizontal lines with three large dots over the parallel lines. He wore oversize khaki shorts with white tennis shoes and socks pulled up to his knees.

Tattooed in large letters on his shaved head was a large "13" and the words "all eyes on me." His neck was decorated on both sides with fancy script letters "Natalie" on the right side and "Isabel" on the left. As he walked past me in the city mall I noted a "Smile now, cry later" tattoo with the smiling and frowning drama masks on the outside of the left arm and praying hands with "rest in peace" on his left arm.

As he passed, I looked for other tell-tale indicators such as a blue bandana or Los Angeles Dodgers baseball cap. Some older men of this thug's type might wear an Los Angeles Raiders jersey or have a Raiders Skull tattoo. He was walking with a young female. The raccoon-eyed and black-lipsticked young girl was stuffed into her little sister's halter top and much-too-short shorts. Her eyebrows looked as if they were drawn with a fine-line sharpie. Big ugly tattoos were exposed on her breasts and a "tramp stamp" peeked out from under her shorts. A butterfly and a black rose were tattooed on her ankles.

You guessed right, if you guessed that these two were Latino Sureño gang members. However this mall was not in Southern California; it was in Arizona. It could have been anywhere in the country.

Though "Kanpol" is the Aztec (Nahuatal) word for Sureño (Southerner), these two were both from northwestern Arizona. Though he was not from Los Angeles, the large "13" tattooed on his head signified the 13th letter of the alphabet "M" (pronounced "EME" in Spanish). This letter and the number 13 identify the wearer as a gang member loyal to the California-spawned Mexican Mafia prison gang. Kanpol, Sureno, Southsider and Sur 13 are all terms for Southern California gang members and allies of the Mexican Mafia.

This particular male thug was a gang member of the locally spawned Bullhead City, Ariz., "Southside Boyz" gang. The Southside Boyz write graffiti such as "928" — the telephone area code for Bullhead City and Mohave County. They also write "BHC Boyz" and "Sur 13." Other than the outlaw motorcycle gangs that operate in the area, the Southside Boyz are the most violent gang in and around Bullhead City.  

Many years ago, an 18th Street gang member from Los Angeles moved to Bullhead City. This older gang member indoctrinated his own children and other neighborhood kids into the Los Angeles Latino gang lifestyle. When these young men reached middle school age, they were already pre-programmed to be gang members. They called their Bullhead gang the Southside Boyz in honor of the father's 18th Street gang "Sureño" soldier lifestyle and for their pre-programmed admiration of the Mexican Mafia.

Drug use, vandalism and bicycle thefts were the gateway crimes committed by the fledgling gang. By recruiting new members, jump-ins and gang violence would soon help escalate their acts to more serious crimes, including murder.

Look around your jurisdiction. Do you have gangs with names such as "South Side Locos," "Sur 13," or "Kanpol?" Do you see graffiti such as "SSX3," "LA 13," "SoCal 13," or "V-XIII?" Or maybe you just have Florence (F-13), 18th Street (XV3), or Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) active in your area. These are all signs of Sureño gang activity. But maybe this activity did not migrate to your city directly from California.

This non-California-born Sureño gang phenomenon is happening across the United States and has even infected our neighbors in Canada, Central and South America. Many pseudo-Sureños have never even been to Los Angeles or California. Even the illegal immigrants recently coming from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador are now sometimes claiming to be "Sureños." These Central and South American pseudo-Sureños have even less understanding than the U.S.-spawned pseudo-Sureños do about what real Sureños are supposed to be. Sometimes they barely know that they are supposed to be at war with their enemies, the "Norteños." They don't understand what the North vs. South rivalry is all about.

When I travel around the country, I sometimes hear from local gang cops in whatever city I'm visiting that the Sureños are not really a big problem. They often describe Norteños and Sureños as "getting along." If this is what you think, either you are seeing these pseudo-Sureños want-to-bes who were recruited locally, or the California Sureños are there in so few numbers that they are forced to associate with their California rivals the Norteños to avoid being victims of your local gangs. When this happens, these mixed gang members will call themselves "Califas," the Calo word for California.

Real hardcore California Southsiders will seek out rivals and quickly mark their territorial turf claims with Sur 13. And your unsophisticated pseudo-Sureños will eventually be schooled by hardcore Sureños and Mexican Mafia prison gang members on Sureño codes of conduct. This is likely to occur when these pseudo-Sureños are eventually arrested and sent to jails and prisons.

That is what happened in Arizona. Bullhead City had experienced some gang crime in recent years but it had been several years since a homicide occurred. On Feb. 7, 2008, gang-banger Jaime Ramos Banuelos was found dead near Silver Creek Road and Bullhead Parkway. The Southside Boyz were the suspected murderers.

Boyz gang members in their early 20s — Adalberto Lua Jr., Santiago Sanchez and Jorge "Wicked" Guerreo — became the primary suspects. Adalberto Lua fled to Mexico where he's believed to be hiding. Santiago Sanchez and Wicked Guerreo were charged in a gang-motivated drive-by shooting of a residence on Feb. 2, 2008, a few days before the murder. Sanchez was convicted and sentenced to 38 years in prison but the jury acquitted Guerreo in November of 2009. Southside Boyz gang violence continued.  

On Feb. 24, 2010 more than 100 police from six agencies served a series of search-and-arrest warrants targeting the Southside Boyz gang that had made several attempts to murder Jonathan Louis Gutierrez on orders from the fugitive Adalberto Lua, Jr., who remained on the run in Mexico. It seems that Lua's ex-girlfriend had been involved with Gutierrez while the murder suspect was gone. Most of the Southside Boyz would eventually be arrested and convicted. Even the father from the Los Angeles 18th Street gang would be arrested and convicted for a robbery and sent to prison. The ranks of this pseudo-Sureño gang had been decimated. But it was not over yet.

On Aug. 6, 2010. Bullhead Police responded to a report of vandalism at the River Springs Apartments on Arriba Drive. This location is a usually well-kept large apartment complex that's not a source of gang-related calls. The apartment manager stated that the laundry room had been vandalized during the night. Someone had damaged the apartment's washing machines and had taken the electronic card readers from the washers. They also damaged a vending machine. They signed their work on the east wall of the laundry room. The word "BOYZ" was spray-painted in large black letters.

The surrounding dumpsters had also been vandalized. In thick black marker could be read gang graffiti — "BOYZ," "XV3 ST," "X8 ST," "18 ST," "LOS ANGELES," "MAFIA GANG," and most disturbing "F**K TASK FORCE WE RUN THIZ" and "FUK VILES." The gang graffiti writer was referring to the Bullhead Gang Task Force GIITEM (which I am a part of), and the Bullhead City gang cop on that task force was Det. Jeff Viles, who had been on the forefront of targeting and prosecuting the Soutside Boyz.

What's the moral of this story? Just because a gang may seem unsophisticated and maybe it's just a pseudo-Sureño gang, don't ignore their potential for violence.

They may start slow on the gang learning curve but some of them will get tough just trying to survive. Jail and prison will further harden and train them. And they may just have an older real Sureño to make them into dangerous advisories.

 


 


 NOVELTY MOTORCYCLE HELMETS ARE INJURING THE RIDERS


 U.S. SEES SPIKE IN METH COMING ACROSS BORDER

Drugs drive Kingman crime statistics in 2013

(Thanks to the Kingman Daily Miner and KPD for posting this.)

2013’s crime statistics present a mixed bag for the Kingman Police Department. Some crimes were down, while others increased, most notably crimes involving dangerous drugs. The department also had to deal with staffing cuts, meaning that some categories of enforcement declined. The number of juveniles arrested dropped, but not the number of adults. (MICHAL KNOWLTON/Miner)

Doug McMurdo
Miner Staff Reporter

KINGMAN - Drug crime, and especially crimes involving dangerous drugs, increased sharply in 2013, according to an annual review by the Kingman Police Department.

There were 315 arrests for drug crimes, a 32 percent increase over the 2012 figure of 238.

And dangerous drug crimes - with methamphetamine, heroin and prescription drugs, mainly painkillers - rose nearly 77 percent.

"Drug-related complaints continue to be a concern in the community," said Chief Robert DeVries in his letter announcing the release of the report.

The department is the lead agency of the multi-jurisdictional Mohave Area General Narcotics Enforcement Team, known by its acronym, MAGNET.

Other agencies with personnel assigned are the Arizona Department of Public Safety, the Mohave County Sheriff's Office and the police departments of Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City.

While MAGNET operates throughout Mohave County, many of the 513 county-wide drug-related arrests were of people who lived either inside or just outside the city limits.

Drug seizures

About 35 ounces of cocaine was seized in 2013, as well as 67 ounces of heroin, more than 2,600 pounds of marijuana and 1,200 marijuana plants, and nearly 1,600 pills.

Methamphetamine, however, remains the drug of choice in Mohave County, at least for adults. According to the report, more than 32 pounds of the drug were seized or purchased in controlled drug buys last year.

Additionally, more than $676,500 in currency was seized, along with about $281,000 worth of vehicles and roughly $94,400 in weapons, jewelry and other items.

The report did not provide statistics specific to MAGNET activity in Kingman.

Juveniles choose painkillers

And as meth is the most popular drug for adults in Mohave County, youthful abusers have apparently chosen prescription drugs.

DeVries said while the number of juveniles arrested decreased dramatically in 2013 from the previous year - 426, down 24 percent from the 559 in 2012 - the number of juveniles arrested for possessing or using prescription drugs is so significant that the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission identified Mohave County as the state leader in prescription drug abuse by youth.

"The department is actively working with the Arizona Criminal Justice System," said DeVries.

Part of the effort to address prescription drug abuse quickly paid dividends.

According to DeVries, a drug drop box that was put in the Kingman Police Department lobby late last year collected eight pounds of unwanted or outdated prescriptions. The medicines were destroyed. Access to the drop box is available 24 hours.

Good news, bad news

On the good news side: incidents of aggravated assaults, burglaries, car theft, DUIs and traffic accidents were down last year compared to 2012.

On the bad news side: incidents of sexual assaults, robberies, thefts, arson, domestic violence and drug crimes were up.

According to the report, there were 17 sexual assaults in 2013, one more than in 2012, a 6.2 percent increase. Robberies more than doubled, from eight in 2012 to 19 in 2013, a 137 percent increase.

While the jump was dramatic, a four-year comparison shows robberies were actually down in 2012 compared to other recent years. There were 12 in 2009, for example, 21 the following year and 15 in 2011.

Arsons jumped from one to three. Again, however, 2012 numbers were down as five, three and four arsons were committed in Kingman in 2009, 2010 and 2011, respectively.

And statistics can be misleading when not taken in context. For instance, homicides went up by 100 percent, but only one alleged murder occurred last year while none were reported in 2012.

Kingman police detectives arrested Robert John Adkins, 51, and charged him with second-degree murder in the Christmas Eve death of his roommate, Michael J. Sudkamp, 53. Adkins was the victim's caregiver.

In a statistic that will raise eyebrows, 740 fewer traffic citations were issued in 2013 (994) than the previous year (1,677). DUI arrests also dropped from 144 in 2012 to 124 in 2013.

DeVries said the sharp reduction could partially be attributed to the traffic unit working at a two-thirds staffing level for most of the calendar year.

Instances of aggravated assault dropped nearly 5 percent, from 41 to 39.

In a somewhat contradictory pair of statistics, burglaries dropped by 216, from 787 to 571, but thefts increased by 126, 1,025 to 899.

The biggest increase in thefts regards shoplifting, which increased from 380 in 2012 to 554 last year.

Incidents of domestic violence increased fairly significantly, from 672 to 718, a nearly 7 percent rise. Motor vehicle thefts were down by 20, from 101 to 81.

And while juvenile arrests were down by 133 - 559 to 426 - adults were holding the line in arrests as the percentage dropped less than half a percent, from 2,448 to 2,439.


To those of you who think selling Oxy pills is no big thing......

Oxycodone trafficker is sentenced to 15 years in federal prison

A Las Vegas man was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for trafficking prescription drugs between here and Alaska, Nevada’s U.S. Attorney Daniel G. Bogden announced Thursday.

Nicholas Ghafouria, 28, had pleaded guilty to conspiracy, drug and money laundering charges, officials said. Federal authorities said Ghafouria organized the distribution of more than 4,000 oxycodone pills in Alaska and laundered at least $1.2 million in cash proceeds between May 2009 and October 2010.

Ghafouria, one of 27 defendants charged in the scheme, shipped or transported the pills on airplanes from Las Vegas to Alaska, where the pills sold for $65 each, officials said. In turn, co-conspirators in Alaska would send money back to Ghafouria via couriers or deposit proceeds into a bank account. At Ghafouria’s direction, people in Las Vegas would withdraw the money.

Nineteen of the defendants charged were from Alaska, while the other eight resided in Las Vegas, officials said. Most received a prison sentence.

Ghafouria must also forfeit more than $1.2 million in cash and property and serve three years of supervised release upon completing his prison sentence.

“Over the last several years, we have been working with state and local law enforcement and health care providers to attack the growing prescription drug abuse problem in Nevada,” Bodgen wrote in a statement. “Since January 2010, over 100 individuals, including four doctors and a pharmacist, have been charged in Nevada with unlawfully distributing highly addicted prescription painkillers.”

Multiple law enforcement agencies in Nevada and Alaska investigated this case. 


FOUND PROPERTY LIST, KINGMAN — A list of property that has been found, turned in and unclaimed is now viewable to the general public.  The list provides a general description of the found property along with the date, time and location the property was found. Each property owner would be required to contact the Kingman Police Department’s evidence division and provide further detailed information before reclaiming items. Anyone with questions or wanting to make a claim can contact the evidence sivision by calling 928-753-2191. A list can be viewed on the KPD website at www.kingmanpolice.com and clicking “Found Property List” under “Quick Links. Found property will be posted for a period of 30 days.  All found property requires proof of ownership before a claim is approved.

 
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CITIZENS ACTION TEAM RECOVERS STOLEN MOTORCYCLE

Citizens Action Team members recovered a stolen Harley Davidson late Wed night, MCSO was called and an attempt to contact the owner was unsuccessful, so the bike was picked up by Mikes Power Tow and taken to the yard. CAT member said “we offered to keep it overnight to save the owner tow charges but the officer said that would not be possible since it was stolen.” The bike had been repainted from yellow to the "spray can" blue. Vin number was still intact.

The bike did get back to the rightful owner, I guess he was happy, we never heard anything..

 


CAT would like to thank these individuals for attending or speaking at our previous meetings:

 
Allen Palomino Assistant Chief Probation officer with Mohave County Probation Dept, for a detailed explanation of the workings of the Probation Dept.
Terry Flanagan, Chief Investigator for the County, for the very informed talk and power point presentation on Identity theft.
The Honorable Judge Robert Moon who gave us a very informed talk on our court system.
Trish Groe, State Represenative and her husband Frank,
Constable Jean Bishop Spoke on the duties of Constable.
The Honorable Judge John Taylor, Cerbat Justice Court
ERACE Team enforcement officer, Sonny O'Hara. "Enviromental Rural Area Cleanup and Enforcement"
Jack Ehrhardt Planning and economics development director for Hualapai Nation and candidate for Supervisor.
Dana Hlavac, Public Defender and candidate for Superior Court Judge Division 5. 
RON WEAVER, Enforcement for Davis Camp and Candidate for MOHAVE COUNTY SHERIFF
Susan Williams, Project director for MCTUPP. 

 

THE PHOTOS OF OUR CRIMINALS THAT HAVE BEEN ON OUR FRONT PAGE FOR A WHILE HAVE BEEN SENT TO OUR "MUG SHOTS" PAGE. WE WILL CONTINUE TO PUT THE MORE RECENT PHOTOS ON THE FRONT PAGE. AND THE "DEAD" FILES WILL BE PASTED ON THE MUG SHOTS PAGE. WE DO WANT TO KEEP THE PHOTOS ON THESE PAGES, BECAUSE WE BELIEVE ALL  THE CRIMINALS NEED TO HAVE THEIR PHOTOS PASTED ON OUR WEB SITE. TOO MANY OF THEM JUST KEEP DOING THE SAME THING OVER AND OVER AGAIN. THEY WALK AROUND OUR COMMUNITY LIKE THEY ARE GOOD CITIZENS AND CONTINUE TO CHEAT, STEAL. SELL DRUGS AND CON THE GOOD CITIZENS OF MOHAVE COUNTY INTO THINKING THEY ARE "OK". WELL,.... CRIMINALS,.... "HERE'S YOUR SIGN" AND ITS A BIG ONE. YOU COMMIT A CRIME AND YOUR PHOTO WILL BE POSTED HERE FOR EVERYONE TO SEE FOREVER, SO YOU CAN NO LONGER BE INVISIBLE.
 
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Reverse Mortgage Fraud Aims at Stealing Seniors’ Homes

ATTEMPTED MURDERER BENNIE MASTERED CAPTURED IN CALIF.

TROY ELLIS GAYER CAPTURED

 

CAPTURED! KURT LOUIS OXOS. JR.

 

VICTIM SUFFERS HEART ATTACK AFTER DISCOVERING THEFT

 

ROBERT COTA ARRESTED

 

SEPTIC COMPANY NAILED

Drug smugglers using ultralights to bring drugs into USA again.

 

Tony stewart donates bulletproof vest to police dogs. 

 

Mohave County Animal Control, New Program

 

Get Involved in National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month

HERSHEY SUES MARIJUANA FOOD MAKER

PARENTS NOT TALKING ENOUGH ABOUT DRUG DANGERS TO THEIR KIDS

TEEN DRUG SLANG: A DICTIONARY FOR PARENTS

DRUG DEALERS TARGET YOUNGER CUSTOMERS

CAT GETS THEIR CONVICTION!  Michael Dwight Bomar, "thief" gets 10 years in Prison

$3,000.00 Reward for cattle shot in Kingman

CAT announces the acquisition of a patrol aircraft.

2 white  supremacy members arrested

The sad story of Steven Wusstig

Sheriff Joe Arpaio authorizes reward system to catch copper thieves.

Welcome to meth country......Mohave County!

Mexico's gangs take over U.S.Mexico's gangs take over U.S. meth trade

Mexico meth raid nets $205 million in U.S. cash

 

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BULLHEAD CITY POLICE

ARIZONA RANGERS

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ARIZONA MISSING CHILDREN.

AMERICA'S MOST WANTED

 

FBI 10 MOST WANTED.

 

KINGMAN METH COALITION

 

NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN.

 

AZ. SEX OFFENDERS ABSCONDERS

 

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US MARSHALLS MOST WANTED.

 

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CITY OF KINGMAN

Arizona MADD

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www.drugfree.org

www.drugfreeaz.org

www.thetruth.com

http://www.methproject.org/

www.arizonamethproject.org

www.jointogether.org

Mohave County Tobacco Use Prevention Program MCTUPP

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                                                            http://www.cesar.umd.edu/ 

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