This may have been mentioned before, likely has but here goes;
I was watching a glorious TV show from the early 2000s called The Shield and one of the measures that came up in the ongoing fight against street crime was enacting civil asset forfeiture. Essentially, if a vehicle, property, or business is used in the sale of narcotics or alternatively, if one cannot prove that their property or business was not purchased via legal means, then the courts can move forward to seize that property, and auction it later.
This is a way for the PD and DOJ to work together in busting gangs, families, and associations for more than just the fine and prison time outlined in the penal code. However, it would require actual detective case work to prove that illegal activity is happening on a property, illegal goods are stored there, and that illegal money is being used to cover the cost of items. Typically by a seizure of a large sum of dirty money.
Secondly, auctioning the vehicles/properties can help that are seized would be a blast I think. Especially the homes, as every few complaints seem to revolve around the cost of houses and availability.
Carson Ave, Los Santos
The West Side (W/S) Carson Ave BBand Gang are an enormous and long standing African-American street gang whose roots can be followed back toward the western part of Carson, Los Santos. Otherwise called the "Carson Ave BBand Gang" (BBand Boys), the significant pack once possessing their region was known as the "Chain Gang" at one time. The gang had been around before the development of the Crips, alongside the L.S. Brims. It is accepted that the Inglewood Family's was begun by a man by the name of Jan Brewer and was authorized into the Bloods as a West Coast Bloods set in 1972. This gang has the qualification of being the biggest street gang in Carson. Their turf runs from Forum Drive. to Carson Avenue, around 77th Street to 94th Street. The greater part of their territory is policed by the Chamberlin Police Office yet a little bit of their turf lies in the 77th Division of the LAPD.
Present day people from the BBB's are unquestionable criminals and are undeniably more cutthroat, while attempting to keep up with being one of the most dominant blood gang in Inglewood. The people moreover base on keeping a consistent plan to keep up the forces in the Inglewood territory. The BBand Boys furthermore have subsets and various gatherings outside of Los Santos. In Texas, Alabama, and Georgia, they have the BBand boys . They've made a gun and drugs pipeline where they traffic them across city and state lines. Los Santos Police today are at this point analyzing each set and recording their lifestyle generally. Anything from their tattoos to the tagging's put around the territory. They're at this point dynamic and have a prevalent presence in Chamberlin they really take an interest along these lines of life.
3-story corner property with a large backyard with full-sized in-ground pool. Asking $65M government not included (government cost is approximately $3M-$4M). Weekly cost is $30k. Contact via text if interested 425-9101.