From the local cops/news:

Several vehicles in an Apopka neighborhood were vandalized last month with inappropriate slurs and images. The phrase “CKM” — likely meaning “Certified Kutt Mafia,” which is an Apopka-based clique — was also spray-painted onto one of the vehicles, police said. Detectives said that members of CKM are young juveniles and some adults who live in the Apopka area, several of whom have extensive criminal histories.

So they aren’t criminal gangs any more. We now call them “cliques”

Categories: Crime


Steve · August 3, 2023 at 10:12 am

First time I have seen that word used, but I saw the same thing here in Atlanta many years ago when a “loosely associated group” robbed a Marta train. Politicians hate to admit they have a gang problem. First stage is denial.

Click Clack Goes the Slide · August 3, 2023 at 3:03 pm

The Icy Hot Stuntaz need to make a comeback.
They are probably working for the man by now.
It was internet suburban white boys “clique” from early 2000s.

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