Asian Gangs in Los Angeles County | Wah Chings | Pinoy | Jeffrox | Satanas


According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department, there are approximately 20,000 Asian gang members in Los Angeles County. Based on a survey conducted by in 2009, we have estimated that number to be substantially smaller, between 9,000 and 12,000 members county wide. We found that many of the gangs that the County regards as active have become defunct as members have matured out the gang, and other gangs were just much smaller than originally estimated.

We also found that Asian gangs that are identified as being affiliated with Hispanic and Black gang structures (i.e. Bloods, Crips or Surenos) are included in the tallies of those gangs, while also being identified a second time in the Asian category. Most Asian gangs are composed of several independent identities that are mostly either Chinese, Filipino, Cambodian or Vietnamese.

In Monterey Park, is where several Chinese gangs have formed which mostly included different “sides” of Wah Ching, a gang that has its roots in San Francisco. In Long Beach several Cambodian gangs are active including the Tiny Rascals Gang (TRG), Asian Boyz (ABZ), & Crazy Brothers Clan (CBC).

Below is a list of cities and places within Los Angeles County where Asian gangs are currently active.

  • Alhambra
  • Arcadia [5 gangs]
  • Baldwin Park
  • Carson [7 gangs]
  • Cerritos [8 gangs]
  • Diamond Bar [2 gangs]
  • Gardena [1 gang]
  • Glendale [4 gangs]
  • Eagle Rock [2 gangs]
  • Hawthorne [2 gangs]
  • Long Beach [10 gangs]
  • Los Angeles- South & Central region [30 gangs]
  • Los Angeles- San Fernando Valley region [17 gangs]
  • Monterey Park [3 gangs]
  • Palmdale
  • Pomona [4 gangs]
  • Rosemead
  • Rowland Heights [5 gangs]
  • Torrance [5 gangs]
  • West Covina [7 gangs]

About the Author
KING RICH is the President and Ceo of Street Illustrated Inc. From the Street to the Corporate World, he is committed to bringing the Urban Life Style to the Mainstream.

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