Craigslist, Mad Gangsta Style

In the sleepy and overpriced suburb of Walnut Creek, CA, some suburbos tried to sell hoodies in a Target parking lot to people they met on Craigslist. When it came time to do the deal, two asian teenagers pulled up in black Lexus, thrust a silver handgun in the seller’s faces and said, “this is how we’re gonna do this.” Reports the SFGate:

    “The first suspect, who was the driver, was described as 5 feet 6 inches tall, 130 pounds, and was wearing a white T-shirt, blue jeans and a gold “grill.”

    The second suspect was described as 5 feet 8 inches tall, 145 to 150 pounds, and was wearing a white ball cap with the word “Vietnamese” on it and a white T-shirt.”

As the teens pulled away with the eleven jackets, they flashed a gang sign and declared, “This is West Pittsburg.”

Lest you think the crooks are either unfamiliar with an atlas or are repping the steeler town on the west coast, there is a Pittsburgh northeast of Walnut Creek.

Wth the prudence of wearing hooded jackets dropping in face of the rising heat wave, Craiglist may have the last laugh.

Craigslist Posters Robbed at Gunpoint in Walnut Creek” [SFGate]


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  1. Papercutninja says:

    were they selling Bape hoodies? Besides, those Southeast Asians are always causing trouble.

  2. Kos says:

    Sounds like “Better Luck Tomorrow”

  3. I don’t know what’s more pathetic…selling hoodies out of a trunk in a Wal-Mart parking lot, or robbing people selling hoodies out of a trunk in a Wal Mart parking lot…No wait, robbing them is definately more pathetic.

    Sounds to me like these punks are suffering from inferiority complexes…5’6″ 130 lbs? 5’8″ 150 lbs? I bet the gun and the stolen hoodies makes them feel like big men.

  4. Davey G. says:

    Pittsburg, Antioch and Bay Point are the collective wrinkles on the anus of Contra Costa County. I actually used to shop at that Target, and would’ve loved to have seen that go down. The “This is West Pittsburg!” line is fucking classic.

  5. Dustbunny says:

    As a former Bay Area resident, all I can say is that this must be the most exciting thing to happen in Walnut Creek since…well, forever.