Who killed Trigz tattoo artist?
Robert Andrew Falcon
Robert Andrew Falcon, 32, of Sylmar pleaded no contest in November to one count of voluntary manslaughter and admitted to using a firearm when he killed Pebley last year during a fight in a North Hollywood tattoo parlor in the 6300 block of Laurel Canyon Boulevard, Deputy Dist. Atty.
What happened to Trigz the tattoo artist?
Police said Michael Pebley, 40, known widely as Trigz, was shot after he was involved in a confrontation about 5:50 p.m. Thursday. Punches were thrown inside the Black Derby smoke shop on Laurel Canyon Boulevard in North Hollywood, where Trigz frequently visited. Police said Pebley was pronounced dead at the scene.
Who was Trigz?
Trigz was a famed tattoo and graffiti artist, actor and model. He also became part of an exclusive worldwide group of artists called The Seventh Letter, fellow member and friend Willie T told Eyewitness News. Willie T called Trigz a “nice guy” and a father who loved his family.
Where is Trigz from?
Trigz was born in Tijunga in LA. As a member of the MSK graffiti crew he rose to fame for his pieces in the 1980’s.
Who are the Toonerville?
First known as the Latin Souls, this gang would only get its current name in the late 1940s. Possibly due to the fact that their early life took place during World War II, not much is known about the Toonerville’s activities at the time.
Who are the Toonerville Rifa 13?
The Toonerville Rifa 13 are a primarily Mexican-American gang hailing out of Atwater Village, in North-East Los Angeles. According to some, the group has been around ever since the 1930s, when several Mexican immigrants came together to face the challenges of their new life in the United States.
What are the 13 cliques in Toonerville?
The Toonerville 13 cliques included the Vagos, Chevy Chase Locos, Night Owls, Jokers, Tokers, and the Gangsters. Loading…
What happened to the original Toonerville 13?
Sporadic crimes are still being reported throughout their former territories, but the gang lost its original power. Most of its members either quit, died, or were captured by police. The Toonerville 13 cliques included the Vagos, Chevy Chase Locos, Night Owls, Jokers, Tokers, and the Gangsters.