Skott Park Pirus - Carson

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Skott Park Pirus - Carson

Unread post by donedeal » February 8th, 2006, 10:52 am

Does anyone have info on this Carson set.Mostly there Boundaries and beefs.

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Re: skott park piru

Unread post by H572DSTA » September 8th, 2009, 4:18 pm

they north of scott park and active

they samoan and beefin with ECC SOS WSP and a couple of mexican hoods

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Unread post by gautier » June 23rd, 2010, 9:28 pm

yea they beef with the carson crips but they main beef is with carson varrio 13.

June 10, 2009

THE PEOPLE, PLAINTIFF AND RESPONDENT,
v.
DANIEL MILLAN, DEFENDANT AND APPELLANT

APPEAL from a judgment of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County. Arthur M. Lew, Judge. Affirmed. (Los Angeles County Super. Ct. No. TA085825

FACTUAL BACKGROUND

On June 13, 2006, John Nicholas Gaoa (Gaoa) and Vaiagiga Kaowili (Kaowili) were walking on Marbella Street, in the City of Carson, when a red, two-door car, with two occupants, drove by them going in the opposite direction. Gaoa greeted the car, saying, "What's up," but the car did not stop. It drove by two more times. After the car passed the last time, Gaoa saw appellant get out of the passenger side of the car and approach them, with his hands in his pocket.

Appellant asked Gaoa "where [he] was from" and whether he was from Scott Park, meaning what gang did he belong to and was he a Scott Park gang member. Gaoa responded that he was "from nowhere." Appellant said, "`Yeah, you are. I see your tattoos.'" Gaoa had an "S" tattoo on one hand and a "P" on the other. He was an "inactive" gang member, and "SP" stood for "Samoan Filipino."

Appellant then pulled out a gun from his pants pocket and pointed it at Gaoa. Appellant and Gaoa began to fight over the gun.*fn2 Appellant swung at Gaoa and missed. Gaoa then hit appellant's shoulder on the side on which he was holding the gun. They punched each other several times in the chest and face. Gaoa threw appellant to the ground and also went to the ground where they wrestled. Gaoa got on top of appellant trying to get the gun and punched him twice. Appellant then shot Gaoa in the neck, got up and ran. Gaoa fell backwards, bleeding from the neck. Forty seconds later, a car "screech[ed] off." Kaowili ran around the corner to Gaoa's house where she called 911. The shooting left Gaoa paralyzed.

Police recorded appellant and his co-defendant, Francisco Orozco (Orozco), while they were in the police car after their arrest.*fn3 The recording was played for the jury. In it, appellant said that he had no idea what shooting the police were referring to when they mentioned a shooting. But he told Orozco, "This, whatever happens, we were not 18 at the time when it happened, it's not anything serious, you know . . . Remember, everything happened before we were 18." Their conversation later continued,

A gang expert opined that appellant and Orozco were members of the Carson Varrio 13 gang and that appellant had the moniker "Malo." At the police station, after receiving his Miranda warning,*fn4 Orozco admitted membership in that gang, which was a rival of the Scott Park Piru, a Samoan gang, which claimed territory in the middle of Carson Varrio13 territory. The expert testified that in a hypothetical based upon the factual scenario presented here, the shooting was for the benefit of a criminal street gang.

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Re: skott park piru

Unread post by buLLetxx2 » October 9th, 2010, 7:26 pm

They went at it with Catskill Street Locos and ended up losing Scott Park to those fools in the long run.
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Re: skott park piru

Unread post by wizdom » December 16th, 2010, 10:11 am

they dont control scott Park no more? and why they beefing with WSP?

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Re: skott park piru

Unread post by yellowbob77 » May 19th, 2017, 12:17 am

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Re: skott park piru

Unread post by LakotaSioux » May 20th, 2017, 3:31 pm

gautier wrote:yea they beef with the carson crips but they main beef is with carson varrio 13.

June 10, 2009

THE PEOPLE, PLAINTIFF AND RESPONDENT,
v.
DANIEL MILLAN, DEFENDANT AND APPELLANT

APPEAL from a judgment of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County. Arthur M. Lew, Judge. Affirmed. (Los Angeles County Super. Ct. No. TA085825

FACTUAL BACKGROUND

On June 13, 2006, John Nicholas Gaoa (Gaoa) and Vaiagiga Kaowili (Kaowili) were walking on Marbella Street, in the City of Carson, when a red, two-door car, with two occupants, drove by them going in the opposite direction. Gaoa greeted the car, saying, "What's up," but the car did not stop. It drove by two more times. After the car passed the last time, Gaoa saw appellant get out of the passenger side of the car and approach them, with his hands in his pocket.

Appellant asked Gaoa "where [he] was from" and whether he was from Scott Park, meaning what gang did he belong to and was he a Scott Park gang member. Gaoa responded that he was "from nowhere." Appellant said, "`Yeah, you are. I see your tattoos.'" Gaoa had an "S" tattoo on one hand and a "P" on the other. He was an "inactive" gang member, and "SP" stood for "Samoan Filipino."

Appellant then pulled out a gun from his pants pocket and pointed it at Gaoa. Appellant and Gaoa began to fight over the gun.*fn2 Appellant swung at Gaoa and missed. Gaoa then hit appellant's shoulder on the side on which he was holding the gun. They punched each other several times in the chest and face. Gaoa threw appellant to the ground and also went to the ground where they wrestled. Gaoa got on top of appellant trying to get the gun and punched him twice. Appellant then shot Gaoa in the neck, got up and ran. Gaoa fell backwards, bleeding from the neck. Forty seconds later, a car "screech[ed] off." Kaowili ran around the corner to Gaoa's house where she called 911. The shooting left Gaoa paralyzed.

Police recorded appellant and his co-defendant, Francisco Orozco (Orozco), while they were in the police car after their arrest.*fn3 The recording was played for the jury. In it, appellant said that he had no idea what shooting the police were referring to when they mentioned a shooting. But he told Orozco, "This, whatever happens, we were not 18 at the time when it happened, it's not anything serious, you know . . . Remember, everything happened before we were 18." Their conversation later continued,

A gang expert opined that appellant and Orozco were members of the Carson Varrio 13 gang and that appellant had the moniker "Malo." At the police station, after receiving his Miranda warning,*fn4 Orozco admitted membership in that gang, which was a rival of the Scott Park Piru, a Samoan gang, which claimed territory in the middle of Carson Varrio13 territory. The expert testified that in a hypothetical based upon the factual scenario presented here, the shooting was for the benefit of a criminal street gang.
So pretty much the Scott Park Piru ranked it then got paralyzed.
He said his SP tat stood for Samoan Filipino????? Lol thats BS.

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