Vagos - Gang Inhaltsverzeichnis: 1. Aufnahme2. Regeln/Ts Rängeordnung4. Unsere Kleidung/Waffen5. Was wir machen werden6. Inhaltsverzeichnis: Geschichte der Los Santos Vagos - Unser Viertel - Unser Barrio - Fraktions Garage - Unsere Bewohnbaren Wohnungen. Das Vagos Ganghaus existiert in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas und befindet sich in East Los Santos. In der Mission Burning Desire geben die.
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The year is Thirteen bikers meet on the corner of Eighth and Davidson in San Bernardino, California to form the Vagos Motorcycle Club, beginning a history that would involve drug trafficking, clashes with the police and a violent rivalry with the Hells Angels.
The elected president was Rudy Esparza, nicknamed Puro, who led the new club in selecting their name. Bikers would often move between clubs or find their club being absorbed into a larger club.
The question of whether the Vagos would absorb or be absorbed was very quickly answered as more Chapters sprang up across California.
Drug related arrests have been made throughout their colourful history. The innocent defendants could have faced life in prison if they were wrongfully convicted under RICO of conspiring since to deal drugs and commit violent crimes including killings, robberies, extortion and kidnappings in California, Arizona, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah and Nevada.
On March 17, , amid allegations that Vagos members had fabricated home-made booby traps to maim and kill police detectives in Hemet, California ,  police arrested at least 30 Vagos members in a multi-state raid of Utah , Nevada , Arizona , and California, involving police officers from 60 law enforcement agencies.
The police raided 73 locations in Southern California, seizing weapons and drugs, and discovered a meth lab. In March , the club sued Riverside County law enforcement for defamation and damages caused by implicating the group to the attacks on the Hemet police officers.
Meanwhile, they had arrested two men that had no ties to the club. The club's attorney, Joseph Yanny, stated he was pleased with the result: "This was never about money.
What was important was that the club clear its name and take this shadow off them. The next day, a Vagos member was wounded at a rally by a drive-by shooter.
In , four Vagos members were convicted and sentenced to death for murdering University of New Mexico student William Velten.
In October , police arrested more than a dozen Vagos members for kidnapping, drug and weapons crimes, following a two-year undercover investigation.
On March 9, , law enforcement conducted "Operation 22 Green", which involved personnel from Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and local police and sheriff's departments.
A member of the Hemet Gang Task Force returns to his unmarked police car which was parked outside of a convenience store. He discovers that there is a homemade pipe bomb which has been hidden underneath the car.
As part of these arrests there were also raids in Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah across 73 locations. Multiple weapons were found in the raids, along with the discovery of a meth lab.
On August 1, the case was settled and ties between the club and the attacks removed. Law enforcement arrested two people unrelated to the club for the attacks.
Four Vagos gang members jump onto the train just leaving the station, and are chased and killed by Smoke and Carl. Officer Frank Tenpenny and C.
With the Ballas, they become extremely powerful and influential after the downfall of the Grove Street Families and the Varrios Los Aztecas.
In doing so, they also work with the San Fierro Rifa, Russian Mafia and the Ballas without hostilities for the interest of drugs.
However, Vagos and Ballas will still fight on the streets. The Vagos are then forced to leave Little Mexico, Unity Station and El Corona, and return to their north-eastern territory in the city.
If the player chooses, they can take over all of Vagos territories in Los Santos through the gang war mini-game as with the Ballas , thus ending the Vagos gang for good, and they will never appear in the game again.
The Vagos do not make a prominent appearance in the main storyline for Grand Theft Auto V, however they are present for a few missions, and are easily located in Los Santos.
They appear more in Grand Theft Auto Online, involved in multiple drug deals that the protagonist interrupts for various criminals in Los Santos and Blaine County.
At one point the online protagonist s rescues former Vagos member Gustavo Mota from a prison bus while he's being transferred to Bolingbroke Penitentiary.
He is later available as a heist member in GTA V. Franklin ends up in a gunfight and escapes with the vehicle. Anmelden Du hast noch kein Benutzerkonto?
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A few days later, during church—what outlaw motorcycle gangs call weekly chapter meetings—a bunch of Armenian guys came to the clubhouse when I was watching the gate.
Everything was cool. A few months later, in the parking lot of a nearby restaurant where they all hung out, the Armenian guys showed me a trunk full of machine guns.
On another church night, I was outside by the gate when I looked up and saw a car rolling by. Then a hand with a gun emerged from the sunroof.
I heard the zing of a bullet as it went past my ears. We never figured out who it was. My Harley had California plates, and I had a truck registered to my undercover name.
Sometimes Vagos would come by to hang out or see what I was up to. It was a coincidence, but we used it to our advantage. Being an Italian American from a Rust Belt city with a mafia presence, Frank portrayed himself as a connected guy with side hustles across the country.
He told them that he had a business associate from back East named Koz who was hanging around with Vagos in Hollywood, and I told the Hollywood Vagos about Frank.
We would talk at night to keep our stories straight. Pretty soon Frank and one of his informants were making runs to L.
We knew better than to ask what was in the packages; it was way too soon for that. The head of the entire Vagos organization was a scraggly-haired, bald-domed guy called Whitey who was in his fifties and wore a cowboy hat and Fu Manchu.
He lived in the San Gabriel Valley. I remember one time he made me and Frank try to sell a bunch of videos of him riding around on a motorcycle.
Anything to make money for the gang. We took the tapes to ATF, got some cash, and brought it back to Whitey. I watched and listened and filled out reports as I got to know some of the Vagos.
Big Rick would have me to his house in Covina, where he had a lot of weapons. He was kind of my sponsor, my main point of contact, not unlike Al Pacino in Donnie Brasco.
My original contact—Chuck from the tattoo shop—wound up moving away. I liked Rick, and I have to admit it felt good to have his confidence in me.
People ask if I ever felt conflicted about tricking these guys. They ride in tight formation, wheel to wheel and basically shoulder to shoulder—ranking members up front, rank-and-file in the middle, followed by prospects, and finally the hang-arounds in the back, choking on exhaust and dust.
And they ride fast. Whitey, Lars, Chuck, and Big Rick were there. So was Frank, since he was local. They do background checks. By chance, I met the PI vetting me.
We sat in another room, waiting to be called in. I believe I went first. As I walked in, I was facing all the high-ranking officers.