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The Shultz Organization (4 Pocket Hustlers/4PH)

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The Four Pocket Hustlers (4PH) also known as The Shultz Organization are a active Caucasian-American street gang. Their neighborhood spans the area of Calton Heights, San Fierro, an area plagued with a past history of street gangs. "4 Pockets" or "Fours", is a gang of mostly Caucasian ethnicity that operates like a Drug Trafficking Organization (DTO) with a fierce reputation for defending the territory.

 

The Fours consists of several cliques inside of the street gang or "pockets". The "Four Pockets" span the neighborhood of Calton Heights giving the street gang comprised of mostly Caucasian ethnicity various options to conduct illicit activities. The fairly new street gang has gained control of their neighborhood in a short span of 22 months due to extortion and intimidation.

 

 


"T H E   F O U R"

 

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The Calton Heights neighborhood is a pre-dominantly Asian-American neighborhood which is considered to be amongst many neighborhoods, just above the poverty rate. Although, the area has various ethnicities that inhabit the Heights, the area as a whole promotes low-income housing. The area of Calton Heights is a small neighborhood which is situated on one of the highest points of the city.

 

 The area was once a Caucasian area, mainly consisting of French-Americans, until the early 1960s, when the Job Boom of Los Santos produced work for the influx of immigrants who were flooding the areas of San Fierro; thus causing “White Flight”. The Asian community looking for affordable housing moved in and the decline of the neighborhood started from there.

 

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Saint Mary's ParkChilli Avenue, Downtown

 

Saint Mary's Park is a memorial park dedicated in honor of the Virgin Mary, but the park has since turned into a hot-bed for gang activity in the Calton Heights area. SFPD Gang units believe the 4PH conduct most of their illegal activity in the park, including meetings, and other gang functions.Constructed in the late 1980s, the park was donated to the Saint Francis Catholic Church which sits on Interstate 26. The park was soon took over by the surrounding gang members who guard the park like a fortress. The believed birth place of "The Fours".

 

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Saint Mary's Memorial Park, Chilli Avenue, Downtown

 

Saint Mary's Memorial Park sits in the middle of the Financial District. The second donation that was made to the Saint Francis Catholic Church in 1991. The memorial park has become a central begging spot for the poor demographic of San Fierro. Once a sacred prayer place, the park has become a shelter for mostly drug abusers. In January 2, 2013, the SFPD launched a program to clear the area of the homeless and drug abusers resulting in the small decline of drug sales for the street gang. 

 

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Saint Francis Blvd., Calton Heights "The Bottoms"

 

The Calton Heights neighborhood is split in half by the residency that inhabits the area. Saint Francis Blvd, also known as "The Bottoms" is considered to be the most ethnically diverse area in San Fierro. The area is believed to be a central gathering spot for the Four Pocket Hustlers and the main "pocket of operation". The 4PH are believed to protect this area with extortion of residents, convincing the inhabitants of "The Bottoms" that police obstruction of their criminal activities will result in death. "The Bottoms" is a "pocket" that hosts the younger generation of the street gang. Heights residents as young as 13 start to become influenced by the elders gang members. Although, the "Pockets Lifestyle" is considered to be a life commitment, the oath can't be taken until the individual actually becomes of age to purchase tobacco.

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Windy Street, Calton Heights "The Windy Heights"

 

The Windy Heights is considered to be the richer half of Calton Heights. The area is believed to be gaurded by the Hustlers but law enforcement agencies have yet to uncover the extent of the street gang. It is believed that the street gang is reckless and involved in all kinds of criminal activities ranging from murder to credit card scams, and money laundering. The Windy Heights hosts the richer residents of the Heights who refuse to give up their lavish lifestyle in the Heights to the criminal element of the area. 

 

 


 

The 4 Pocket Hustlers faction strives to portray an accurate modern day community which is plagued with all types of adversity and circumstances in a general low-income housing area. This faction welcomes all races but is pre-dominantly Caucasian. With that being said, Character Development is expected from any and everyone who is interested in joining the faction. Upon joining the faction, you have agreed to an unwritten agreement with the faction's leader(s) which simply states we can Character Kill (CK) you if deemed fit and/or necessary depending on the situation. It is imperative that all member(s) of the faction have a good general knowledge of the King's English.
 

  • Follow all server/faction rules.
     
  • All members of the faction are expected to join and participate in the private forums.
     
  • Remain In-Character at all times. If you must have an OOC conversation, feel free to use the /pm feature provided.
     
  • We strive to maintain a high-standard of In-Character roleplay. Trolling and/or any other form of unrealistic actions/roleplay will not be tolerated.
     
  • Any questions/concerns regarding the faction can be directed to myself.

 


 

Currently, our main form of communication is utilizing a Discord group where you have access to various chats regarding rank. Discord also allows text-chat only channels, which are way better than both Skype & IRC combined. At the moment our private forums are in the works, if we even decide to use them anymore as they may not be needed. Feel free to PM JayAce or myself to get invited.

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Calton Heights, San Fierro

 

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General Information

 

The Calton Heights neighborhood is a pre-dominantly Asian-American neighborhood which is considered to be amongst many neighborhoods, just above the poverty rate. Although, the area has various ethnicities that inhabit the Heights, the area as a whole promotes low-income housing. The area of Calton Heights is a small neighborhood which is situated on one of the highest points of the city.

 

 The area was once a Caucasian area, mainly consisting of French-Americans, until the early 1960s, when the Job Boom of Los Santos produced work for the influx of immigrants who were flooding the areas of San Fierro; thus causing “White Flight”. The Asian community looking for affordable housing moved in and the decline of the neighborhood started from there.

 

Demographics & Location

 

The area of Calton Heights is divided into half by the "crookedest street" conveniently named the Windy Windy Windy Windy Street. On either side of the street are projects; the supposed birthplace of the  4 Pocket Hustlers subset in San Fierro. The lower half of the projects is called "The Bottoms" and the upper half "The Windy Heights".

 

In the area of Calton Heights, Asian Americans account for 63 percent of the population, 23 percent African-American, 12 percent Caucasian, and 2 percent Other. The average household in the Heights is expected to be 4.1 with the average family size being 4.4 members. Percentages for these households are as follows: 48.2 percent of households are married-couple families, 35.5 percent of households are married-couple families with children, 19.1 percent of households are single-mother households, 21.7 percent of households are never married males 15 years old and over, 17.8 percent of households are never married females 15 years old and over, 30.0 percent of households cannot speak proper English, 47.0 percent of households house residents born of this state, and 45.0 percent of households house residents who are foreign born.

 

Along with cramped living spaces and households filled with immigrants, the Heights is a known breeding ground for gang activity; with the education rate being fairly low and the "melting pot" of races. The average education statistics in the Heights are as follows: 66.2 percent of residents have completed less than high school, 18.8 percent have completed high school or the equivalent (GED), 3 percent have completed less than 1 year of college, 5.8 percent have completed 1 or more years of college, 2.7 have completed their Associate degree, 2.1 percent have completed their Bachelor’s degree, 0.63 have completed their Master’s degree, 0.78 have completed their Profess. School degree, and 0 percent have completed their Doctorate degree 

 

Criminal Activities Within The Area

 

 

The area of the Heights and surrounding areas became known for violence after 1985 when prostitution, drug dealing, shoot-outs, and the occasional rumored drowning became commonplace, with as many as 30 murders in 1990; Gang violence being the leading cause for all these murders.

 

Gang-on-gang violence still occurs in the area today, especially in the neighboring Juniper Hollow and Paradiso area(s). In the mid to late 1990s, a gang war over drug territory ensued between rivaling gangs from the Heights and Juniper Hollows; the “Get Money Boyz” or (G.M.B) a homemade gang that focused mainly on the sell and distribution of crack-cocaine who claimed the top half of Heights, and the Dark Side Assesinos, a Mexican street gang which claimed the East Side of Juniper Hollows. Once a place of attraction, the area of Heights was once a vibrant main attraction for new mothers and their children, until the summer of ’95, when a drive-by performed by four members of the Assesinos started civil unrest and guerilla warfare between the East and West areas of the neighboring hoods.

 

On June 5th, 1995, Law Enforcement Officers received several calls of gang violence in the Heights area. The area of the Heights and Hollows, particularly, were once areas that were “children-safe” and considered “friendly zones” for people of all ages. Now, the streets were riddled with gangbangers throwing their sets and laying claim to their side of the neighborhood. In 2001, gang violence had increased from last year’s percentage of 60 % by a whopping 20 %, causing the LSPD to launch a special program targeting the drug-trade and gang violence in and around the areas of Juniper Hollows & Calton Heights, called Operation “Watch and Patrol”.

 

Although, violence in the area slowed, the presence of gangs was still around in the surrounding areas.

 

In 2002, members of the Dark Side Assesinos 13, which had evolved from it’s previous form to fall under the Sureno moniker, saw a member of a rival gang and beat the victim until he was in critical condition. A day later, members of the victim's gang, the G.M.B., approached members of the Dark Assesinos gang and started firing with semi-automatic pistols. This event led to the death of two Dark Assesinos gang members and an injury to an innocent bystander.


In 2008, a shooting occurred while a birthday party was being held. Members of the Dark Side Assesinos 13 gang started firing toward a crowd filled with rival gang members. This led to the death of three people: a rival gang member and a mother and child.

 

In late 2009, a joint gang injunction was constructed by the Gang Taskforce Unit in San Fierro built to target mainly the Assesinos, and G.M.B, but other street gangs which polluted the areas, as well. In 2010, the gang injunction convicted 50 gang members of each respective subset of Assesinos and G.M.B, and over 100 gang members of various other subsets that inhabited the surrounding areas, dismantling most gangs in the area in the process; 20 high-ranking members of the G.M.B and 30 members of the Dark Side Assesinos 13 were all indicted on charges ranging from Murder to Rape, including members of various other street gangs which operated in and around the Calton Heights/Juniper Hollows area.

 

Crime rates, since the crackdown of past streets gangs in the area, have been lowered significantly. In the Heights, 6.91 per 1,000 residents accounts for Murders, 0.28 per 1,000 residents accounts for Rape, 1.8 per 1,000 residents accounts for Armed Robbery, 2.35 per 1,000 residents accounts for Strong-Arm Robbery, 0.14 per 1,000 residents accounts for Aggravated Violent Assault, 2.9 per 1,000 residents accounts for Residential Burglary, 2.07 per 1,000 residents accounts for Non-Residential Burglary, 3.87 per 1,000 residents account for Theft under $400, 2.21 per 1,000 residents account for Theft over $400, and 7.81 per 1,000 residents account for Car Theft.

 

Although, today, the SFPD has placed a handle on most of the criminal activities in the Calton Heights area, drugs are still present and circulating in the area amongst the youth community. As of now, the area of Calton Heights has been put under the “WAP” program or “Watch and Patrol”. A program started by the Gang Unit of the SFPD for areas that well-known for drugs and crime. As of today, the youth of the Heights have started to attend school more, but there are a few who are believed to have connections to gang affiliated members.

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Kingpin brought to trail, Heights residents overjoyed

DA Roger Wilkinson seeking lengthy sentence

By Jennifer Ngo | August 05, 2015

 

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Watching Mr. Shultz’s general disregard for his brazen actions of criminal activity on Thursday was appalling. The SFPD C.R.A.S.H. unit has been watching Mr. Shultz’s for a lengthy amount of time now. They have been at their investigation of his criminal activity for two years.

 

“He’s just like any other gangster around the Heights. It doesn’t really matter if he’s White, Black, or Asian,” said Sgt. Thomas Knox, leading patrol commander of Operation Big Bird.

 

 

 

(PHOTO: Roscoe E. Shultz Jr mugshot, circa 2015)

 

Operation Big Bird was an extensive criminal investigation targeting the 4 Pocket Hustlers of the Calton Heights area. The street gang, mostly of Caucasian ethnicity, were believed to have a violent strong-hold on the residents of Calton.

 

“They are involved in a large percentage of the drug distribution and shoot-outs in the area. We had to put a stop how brazen they were. Although shoot-outs are nothing new to the Bay area… it was nothing like this.”

 

Residents of the Calton Heights area conveyed their concerns through SFN reporter Kimberly Nghia: How was the area like under his control?

Ms. Gladius King, a 75-year-old resident who has lived in Calton most of her life said that the neighborhood was much quieter when she first moved in. King expressed how members of Shultz’s gang would stand outside of their apartments with handguns intimidating certain residents and selling to others.

 

“The Bottoms was pretty much under their control. They took whatever they wanted,” said King.

 

Wednesday night, the SFPD C.R.A.S.H. unit raided a home believed to be used by the 4 Pocket Hustlers as a stash house holding twelve automatic assault rifles, fifteen handguns, and twenty-five semi-automatic machine guns. Knox’s team also discovered large amounts of money in a safe in the wall.

 

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Knox believes that the 4 Pocket Hustlers are hiding a drug stash within the house, but have yet to find any peculiar smells or traces of drug distribution.

 

Roscoe Eugene Shultz Jr., nicknamed Big Bird by his associates, is being charged with conspiracy to heading a criminal organization, drug trafficking, arms trafficking, and conspiracy to commit murder.

 

                                                               

 

                                                                                     

 

The Shultz family has a history of being involved in criminal activity dating as far back as the 1940s. Shultz Sr. is believed to be the now deceased founder of the drug trafficking in the Calton Heights area; but not the 4 Pocket Hustlers. Shultz Jr. is facing about 40 years, but the DA is pressing for lengthier sentencing.

 

“The Bird is going in the cage for a long time,” said Wilkinson.

 

Others arrested with Shultz have yet to been charged, but the SFPD believes they have dismantled the gang completely. Although Shultz Jr. has been brought to trial, the SFPD’s C.R.A.S.H. unit have yet to discover all the gangs inner-workings and criminal activity; mostly related to shoot-outs and other gang-related crimes resulting in murder.

 

“We know we’re not done with them yet. They think their tough, but I assure you my men are tougher,” says Knox.

 

Shultz Jr. had no words for reporters as he was escorted away from the Heights in a SFPD cruiser.

Roscoe E. Shultz Jr. is being held in San Anne Correctional Facility in Maximum Security as he awaits trail. When asked how he felt about everything, Shultz responded “Comes with the life. 4 Pockets, dog.”

 

Shultz gave no further comments.

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Thread updated. Wanted a brand new concept. More will be added as the faction progresses, etc.

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Looks good, take it far.

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More information added. Enjoy the read.

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This seems very appealing, I'll keep my eyes on this.

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Perfect, you got this.

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This is very interesting. I can see it going well, good luck! 

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Added a news article. Enjoy the read.

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