Date of Birth: 15 years old.
Residence: Hyatt Complex, Alandele Avenue, Ganton.
- Mother - Isabella Carrasquillo
- Father - Hector Carrasquillo.
- Brother - Luis Carrasquillo.
- Uncle - Santiago Gonzales.
Weight: 114.6 lb (52 kg)
Eye Color: Dark brown.
Hair Color: Black.
Likes: Reading, basketball, cooking, hunting.
Dislikes: Officers who treat him as a gangster, goverment, his father.
Respects: His uncle.
Mentality: Conscientiousness, decisiveness, intellegent and confident.
Clothes: Blank T with a pair of random shorts.
Weapon: An Uzi sub machine gun.
Pet: Grey and white blue eyed Pitbull puppy.
Hugo has grown up in a poor family in Hyatt Park, throughout the years his family struggled in poverty but did manage to get food and basic clothes to the table. Hugo is known to be a great student and often recives A's in tests and school work. He attemttps to avoid interacion with the nearby gang member and police forces but its not that easy and not once he was fronted by gang members and cops who mistook him to be a gang member himself. He usually makes jokes about the nearby gangsters(they way they speak and act).
Two weeks ago Hugo's father has lost his job and instead of searching for a new job he comes back drunk everyday and abuse his family. This dramatically changes the course of actions and Hugo now thinks about dropping from school in order to find a job and bring food to the table.
Hugo cannot find a job and the local stores doesn't hire him due to his young age and lack of experience, he has gotten so hungry that he was forced to commit his first petty crime and steal a package of meat from the local supermarket.
Hugo introduced himself to a whole new world, he understands that the only way he can put food on his table is by illegal means which eventually draws him into the drug selling world by using his tight releationship with the local Brims gang.
Besides takimg care of himself he is looking out for his homies aswell and instead of keepinv the drugs to himself and selling it on his own he shares it with his homies and slowly develops a small drug trafficking ring that becomes more and more complex as the days goes past. Hugo tastes the enjoyment and thrill in committing crimes and running his own drug trafficking ring, he simply gets addicted to that feeling of power and easy money making. The only problem he was facing at the time was that Brims are controlling the area which means he needed to agree to their terms in order to begin slanging.
Hugo learned from Brims that if he is going to use their corners he cannot be caught slacking so he was given an UZI to protect his corners.
Hyatt Park Community
Hater. wrote: ↑Sat Jul 29, 2017 4:25 pmHyatt Park is located in South Central which is known to be an heavily infested gang area with Circle Town Brim controlling the area around the park itself. Circle Town Brim has been very plausible in their interaction with the Hyatt Park teenagers but with 4 other gangs surrounding its perimeter the teenagers often face harassment by the local gang members.
The area is ridden with violent crimes, drug trafficking and murder. Even though Hyatt Park itself isn't marked as a gang territory, the government does not invest any resources to flourish the area and instead the teenagers who live there are often labeled and treated as gang members by the police forces. Due to the hard lifestyle these teenagers are facing they often find it convenient to stick together while growing up in a place where innocent lives are taken by crossfire and every day is a struggle due to the poverty.
Teenagers are known all over the world for their under developed sense of right and wrong, their impulsive decision making, their overly emotional responses and their unavoidably reckless behavior. The reward centers of the teenagers’ brains, which anticipate approval and pleasure are highly active when observed by their peers.
Young people are likely to engage in violence mostly due to poor family functioning, lack of attachment to school, substance misuse and impulsivity but a study found that poverty is a significant and direct effect and young people who were living in a family where the head of household was unemployed or in low status manual employment and those who were growing up in communities with high levels of deprivation were much more likely to engage in violence. Systems of youth and adult justice attempts to tackle violence but they entrench poverty, thereby reproducing the very conditions in which violence can flourish.
Teenagers' unemployment and under employment have always been an issue because young people typically don’t yet have the experience or education to get well-paying jobs and the financial differences between the wealthy and the poor had an huge impact: The homicide rate among the poorest teenagers was 18 times higher than it was among the wealthiest.
“Under this revised theory, young people do not ‘age out’ of crime, they ‘wealth out.’”