Grape Street Watts Crips (gang)

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Grape Street Watts Crips
Founding locationWatts, Los Angeles, California,
United States
Years active1980s - present
TerritoryUnited States
EthnicityAfrican American
Criminal activitiesDrug trafficking, robbery, extortion, murder, burglary, identification theft, car theft
AlliesCompton Crips
RivalsBloods, Pirus
 
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Grape Street Watts Crips
Founding locationWatts, Los Angeles, California,
United States
Years active1980s - present
TerritoryUnited States
EthnicityAfrican American
Criminal activitiesDrug trafficking, robbery, extortion, murder, burglary, identification theft, car theft
AlliesCompton Crips
RivalsBloods, Pirus

The Grape Street Watts Crips is a black street gang from the Watts section of Los Angeles, California, named after a north-south street in Watts near 103rd street[citation needed].

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The Grape Street Watts Crips have appeared in the documentary Crips and Bloods: Made in America,[1] directed by Stacy Peralta. They have been interviewed on several television shows, including Gangland[2] on the History Channel, and several National Geographic specials[citation needed] about Los Angeles gang wars.

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