Rollin 60s Neighborhood Crips

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The West Side (W/S) Rollin 60s Neighborhood Crips are a long standing and infamous African American street gang based in the Hyde Park area in west Los Angeles, California. In 1976, the Rollin' 60's formed as a faction of the original West Side Crips gang after it began to splinter into more geographically specific neighborhood groups. There are different theories on how the name of this gang came about since, at the time of its conception, many of the gangs were named after the streets within their respective neighborhoods. One theory was that 60th Street "rolled" through the entire neighborhood, which today extends 27 blocks from Slauson Avenue in the north to Florence Avenue in the south, and from Western Avenue in the east towards Overhill Drive in the west. Authorities believe the Rollin 60’s membership stands around the 1,600 mark, making them the largest African American street gang in all of Los Angeles County. Members are known to sport Seattle Mariners baseball caps with the letter “S” which represent Sixty or "60’s Crip". Members are also identified by tattoos and use a variety of different hand gestures (or gang signs) to represent their gang; the most common being the "deuces" but with a thumb (2 fingers and a thumb) [1]. Since their sheer numbers gave them an advantage in most conflicts, the Rollin 60's have gained a multitude of enemies over the years, their most heated and long standing rivalry being with the Eight Tray Gangster Crips to the East on Western Avenue. The war between the Rollin 60s and Eight Tray Gangster Crips is deep rooted in antipathy and has been going steady for over thirty years [2]. At one time, the Rollin 60’s and the Eight Tray Gangster Crips were close allies and often fought rival gangs together. However, by the early 1980s, they were engaged in all out warfare. In September 1979 a 15-year-old member of the Eight Tray Gangster Crips got into a fight with a teenaged member of the Rollin 60s Neighborhood Crips over a girl who had been dating both young men. In a subsequent fistfight between the two teenagers, a new recruit to the Eight-Trays, eager to make a name for himself, pulled a gun and shot the Rollin 60's member to death. The older brother of the 60's member who was killed, also a member of the Rollin 60's himself, demanded that the Eight Trays hand over the new recruit to be punished in order to prevent a war between the two gangs. The Eight-Trays were unable to find the new recruit (who was actually from an area now controlled by the Rollin 90s Neighborhood Crips) for he had already turned himself in to the police. The Rollin 60's, feeling that the "Trays" weren't being honest, murdered a member of their gang in retaliation. Although a meeting was called by the leaders of both gangs in an attempt to end the fight, tensions were so high between them that the meeting erupted into a gang rumble, after which the Rollin 60's and the Eight Tray Gangster Crips engaged in a gang war that still exists to this day. This rivalry is responsible for being the first Crip on Crip rivalry in history. Over time, the feud spilled over into surrounding neighborhoods, forcing other gangs to chose sides in the conflict. Gangs who aligned themselves with the Rollin 60’s adopted the "Neighbor Hood Crips" or Deuce(2x) card while those who aligned themselves with the Eight Tray Gangster Crips adapted the “Gangster Crips” or Tray(3x) card. In addition to their Gangster Crip rivalries, the Rollin 60s Neighborhood Crips are naturally hostile towards all Bloods. Their closest Blood rivals are the Van Ness Gangster Brims, whose neighborhood is located directly north of 60's turf. The 60's are also considered enemies of the Inglewood Family Gang to their south and the Centinela Park Family Bloods to their west in the neighboring city of Inglewood. Other Blood rivals include the Crenshaw Mafia Gang, Inglewood Neighborhood Pirus, Harvard Park Brims, Fruit Town Brims, Rollin 20s Neighborhood Bloods and the Black P Stones. Among the Crips, the Rollin 60's have waged war against the 52 Hoover Gangster Crips, 59 Hoover Criminals Gang, 83 Hoover Criminals Gang, 74 Hoover Criminals Gang, 43 Gangster Crips, the 51 Trouble Gangster Crips, 99 Mafia Crips, Grape Street Watts Crips, all Avalon Gangster Crips, the Mansfield Gangster Crips and the School Yard Crips. The Rollin 60's are friendly towards most gangs under the Neighbor Hood Crip and the Rollin 0's card such as the 67 Neighbor Hood Crips, 46 Neighbor Hood Crips, 48 Neighbor Hood Crips, the East Coast Crips, Raymond Avenue Crips, Osage Legend Crips, the West Boulevard Crips, Rollin 20s Long Beach Crips, Rollin 30s Harlem Crips, Rollin 50s Neighborhood Crips, Rollin 90s Neighborhood Crips and the Rollin 100s Crips. The Rollin 60's and all the Rollin 0's were allied during the 1980s but that is not the case today as they are considered enemies of the Rollin 40s Neighborhood Crips [3]. In 2003 City Attorney filed a gang injunction against the Rollin 60's Crips and they had specified 31 men that were members of the 60's, but some have suggested that the Rollin 60's were being unfairly targeted and some mentioned that the injunction included individuals that had not had police contact in years [4]. The Rollin 60's are considered the largest and most powerful set in the Neighbor Hood Crips alliance.


West Side 60's. Beside it, a hand throwing up the traditional gang sign for "Neighbor Hood Crips", which is what the letters "N" and "H" stands for. Beside it is a list of their enemies: "BK" stands for "Bloods Killer", "HK" for "Hoover Criminals Killer" and "3K" for Tray Killer


The Avenues



The Dime


Rolling 60s Crips Feeds Needy in Los Angeles.

Bloods' Infighting Pulls In Some Crips--to Stop the Killings

Terror in Streets

L.A. Seeks Injunction on Gang

A Murder That Woke Up L.A.

25 Years For 'Vicious' Crips Gang Member

Li'l Scooby from Rollin 60s Shot and Killed; 2 More Killed Nearby


Nipsey Hussle



  • NappyHeads
  • Napps
  • Sisses
  • Roller Skates
  • Strollin Sissies
  • Six Hoes
  • Rice Crispies

Deceased members

1. Tyrone, 1979
2. Big Scoldie, 1980
3. Big Daddy, 1980
4. Maniac, 1983
5. Lil Muggs aka Lil Muggzy, Nov. 1983
6. Mumbles, aka Wino, 1984
7. Lil Mumbles, 1984
8. Lil Maniac, 1984
9. Big Ken Bone, 1984
10. Big Kidd, 1984
11. Big Maniac, 1985
12. Tiny Ken Bone, 1985
13. Lil Slim, 1986
14. Lil Casper, 1986
15. Lil Weasel aka Big Low Down, Aug 1986
16. Big Mar Rock, 1987
17. Baby Shorty, 1988
18. Baby Crazy Boy, Aug 1988
19. Squally De, 1989
20. Joe Stone, 1989
21. Tiny Droopy, 1989
22. Big Old'Man, Dec 1989
23. Lil Mumpy aka Poochie, 1989
24. Cudoo, 1989
25. Te Mack, 1990
26. Big Fee aka Drake, 1990
27. Chico, 1990
28. Scatterbrains, Jan 1990
29. Lil Ron'Ron, April 1990
30. Big Earl Dogg, aka Lil Looney, aka Ripper, aka Crimm, aka Lil Charleston Blue, aka Legs Earlston, Dec 1990
31. Big Rudy Mack, 1990
32. Pat Wack, 1990
33. O/G Pinky, 1990
34. Baby Weasel aka Lil Low Down, 1991
35. Lil Boobie Clark, 1991
36. Le Macc, 1991
37. Big Crazy Boy, 1991
38. Big Casper, 1991
39. Key Stone, (Keith Cardel Thomas), 1992
40. Kay Dee, 1992
41. Baby Crip Crazy, 1992
42. Lil Peanut, 1993, sat on gun
43. Lil Tadpole, 1993
44. Bosco, 1993
45. Lil Insane, aka Bozzo 1993
46. Lil Ice Man, 1993
47. Big Cyco, 1993
48. Bird, 1993
49. Lil Boxer, 1993, killed by Riverside Police
50. Baby Fee, 1993, accidental self inflicted gun shot wound
51. Lil Peanut, 1995
52. Tiny Crip Crazy, 1994
53. De Dog aka Dexter, 1994
54. Lil Ive Dogg, 1994, accidental self inflicted gun shot wound
55. Lil Wolfe, Feb 1994
56. Teita Rock aka Big Boo Boo, 1994
57. Banker Te, 1994
58. Cyco Mike, 1994
59. Amp aka Lil Al-Dog, 1994
60. Dee Money, 1994 or 1995
61. Lil Box Head, 1994
62. E-Mac, 1994
63. Big K Dogg aka Big CReep, 1994
64. Lil Bird, 1994
65. Baby Kenny Mac, aka Baby K Mac, 1994
66. Baby Ice Man, 1994
67. Tiny Creepy aka Boobie Clark, 1995
68. Bo-De, 1995
69. Big Boscoe, 1995
70. O/G Crip Cal, 1995
71. Lil Mudd, 1995
72. Baby Sniper, 1995
73. Lil Crimm aka Lil Mighty Moe, Dec 1995
74. E-Mac , 1995
75. Baby K-Mac, 1995
76. K-Dog, 1995
77. Lil Squeek, 1995
78. Baby Slim, 1995
79. Box Head, 1996
80. Lil Bird, 1996
81. Tiny Bogart, 1996
82. Ben, 1996
83. Baby Cee, 1997
84. Big Bird, 1997
85. Baby Cee, 1997
86. Tiny Ripper, 1997
87. Baby Gumby, 1997
88. Baby Bear Claw, 1997
89. Tiny Slim, 1997
90. Lil Rock, 1998
91. Tiny Bubba, 1998
92. Lil Bam, 1998
93. Lil Duke, 1998
94. Baby Al Dog, 1998
95. Nicki Bam, aka Lil Bam, 1998
96. Baby F Bone aka J.J., 1998
97. Tiny Bubbs, 1998
98. Baby Ge Bob, 1998
99. Lil Draws, 1999
100. Darnita Loc, 1999
101. Keda Mack, 2000, died of brain cancer
102. Boo Rock, 2000
103. Lil Boo Roc (Lloyd Brewer Jr.), July 25, 2000
104. Tiny wack (Jason Rowden), July 25, 2000
105. Baby Marco (Ernest Dabbs), July 25, 2000
106. B Jay, 2001
107. He Man, 2002
108. Lil Boscoe, 2002
109. Tiny Dev, 2002
110. Ge Be, 2002, overdose
111. J-Mack, 2002
112. Tiny Swantos, 2002
113. Baby Bone aka Big Crip'n Sam, 2003
114. Lil Shyster, 2003
115. O/G Hollister, 198?
116. DC, 198?
117. Dre Bone, 198?
118. Baby Face, 198?
119. O/G Chilly Capone ,198?
120. O/G Corneil Dog, 198?
121. J Blade, 198?
122. John John, 198?
123. K Fish, 198?
124. Pettie Wheat, 198?
125. Pimp, 198?
126. Pie Face, 198?
127. Popeye, 198?
128. Lil Ice Man, 198?
129. Lil J-Dog, 199?
130. Cee Cee, 199?
131. Benzo
132. Blazer D
133. Cow Boy
134. Big Dre
135. E Mack
136. Fat Rat
137. Baby Hoggs
138. Tiny J Stone
139. L F
140. Baby Moody
141. Big Nardo
142. Lil Nardo
143. Baby Nardo
144. Nate Dogg
145. Nelsie
146. Mudd
147. Nate Dog
148. Quarter Pound
149. Lil Ray Cat
150. Rat Loc
151. Reny
152. Slugger
153. Lil Slugger
154. Rico Suave
155. Steve Dogg
156. Sexy Foot