(n) L.O.S. is an African-American street gang originating form Monticello, NY. It stands for the "Lynched-Out Soldiers", but was originally "Loced-out Soldiers" (see definition for Loc). They affiliate themselves with the Crips street gangs and the Folk Street Gang Nation (which includes the Black Gangster Disciples)
They wear black and blue as specific gang colors, and are know to wear black or blue bandanas, either on their head, or hanging out of their left-back pockets. They also wear Black and White colored beads with a pendant that has "LOS" inscribed on it. They also wear blue or black colored caps, which are twisted towards the left side of their heads.
Most members are African-American, however there are a few Hispanics.
They are allied with M.M.G., another street gang found in Upstate New York. Because of this, they may or may not wear green bandanas with dollar bills plastered on it (as M.M.G. members do)
"Did you hear about those teenagers that robbed the 7-11 in Monticello? I heard that they were L.O.S. members!"
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