During a meeting between the different sets of Grove Street Families, the police suddenly raid the hotel where the meeting is taking place.CJ rescues his brother and they escape, but shortly afterward, Sweet is lured into a Ballas ambush beneath a highway intersection.Ryder is often seen mocking CJ for running away to Liberty City and for his apparent lack of driving skills. Following CJ's exile from Los Santos and Sweet's imprisonment, Ryder is now openly in league with the Ballas.Shortly after his return to Los Santos, CJ aids Ryder in acquiring firearms and weaponry for the Grove Street Families from a variety of locations including the home of a heavily armed war veteran (Colonel Fuhrberger), a forcibly stopped ammunition train and a National Guard weapons depot. As a result, the Grove Street Families lose power and influence and subsequently relinquish all of their territory to their rival gangs.CJ and the rest of his crew examine the body, and CJ moves in with his pistol to "make sure it's over".Sweet stops him, saying that there's no need to leave any evidence."Just a cop killed in a traffic accident" says Sweet.
CJ is forced on a journey that takes him across the entire state of San Andreas, to save his family and to take control of the streets. Frank Tenpenny is the primary antagonist in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. They leave him in the countryside with orders to kill an FBI witness. He has plans to flee the city by plane with the help of some new recruits in the force who are ready for him to "open their eyes" to his way of thinking.Game Pro ranks Frank Tenpenny 35th on their list of most diabolical video game villains of all time, saying “You gotta respect a guy who takes a stand and says, ‘No, man.We can't all just get along.’” Melvin "Big Smoke" Harris is an antagonist in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Big Smoke is introduced as a high-ranking member of the Grove Street Families and one of CJ's childhood friends.Prior to the events of the game, Smoke had tried to convince Sweet to allow the Grove Street Families to sell hard drugs, but Sweet refused to do so as he did not want his gang and community to suffer the consequences. A green sabre was also seen during the meeting, suggesting that Smoke and his new associates had been involved in the murder of Beverly Johnson, CJ's mother. H and projects a positive public image by establishing an orphanage.However, Smoke does succeed in swaying Ryder (another high-ranking member of the Grove Street Families) to his side during a private meeting. During CJ's exile from Los Santos, Smoke formed an alliance with the Loco Syndicate (San Andreas' largest drug cartel) and became OG Loc's manager. At the height of his power, Smoke lives in a large, heavily fortified crack den, referred to as a "crack fortress", located deep within Ballas territory.Five years ago Carl Johnson escaped from the pressures of life in Los Santos, San Andreas ... Tenpenny and his associates confront Carl "CJ" Johnson shortly after his return to Los Santos. Sometime later, Tenpenny is charged for racketeering, corruption, possession and use of narcotics and numerous sexual assaults.a city tearing itself apart with gang trouble, drugs and corruption. His mother has been murdered, his family has fallen apart and his childhood friends are all heading towards disaster. They tell him that they intend to frame him for murdering Officer Ralph Pendelbury and force him to work for them by threatening his safety and the safety of his loved ones. Whilst in Las Ventuas, CJ is contacted by Tenpenny and asked to meet him in the desert. However, due to a lack of evidence, all charges are dropped, resulting in a citywide riot in Los Santos.When CJ returns to Los Santos, he is initially unaware of Smoke's betrayal. H appeared twice at his home in Idlewood and he was constantly involved in confrontations with other gangs such as the Russian Mafia. He hides his criminal activities through his alliance with C. He lives in luxury and has the full protection of the Ballas and Vagos, who have unrivaled control over the streets.However, there were several signs suggesting that Smoke had become disloyal to the gang. CJ eventually discovers (through Cesar Vialpando) that Smoke has double crossed the gang after witnessing a meeting between him, Ryder, C. However, as time progresses, Smoke becomes increasingly paranoid and stops leaving his home because he believes that someone will try to take over his business.He moved out of Grove Street to live in a new house in Idlewood (Ballas territory) and rumours suggested that he had purchased the house with drug money. Amid a citywide riot, CJ confronts Smoke in his crack palace, where the pair engage in a lengthy gunfight which eventually ends with Smoke's death.When he, CJ, Sweet and Ryder were ambushed by a Ballas car, he did not aid his allies in fighting against their attackers. As he dies, Smoke explains that he betrayed the gang because he finally saw an opportunity to become rich and famous, and took it without caring about the consequences; Smoke says that because of his greedy nature, he had no choice in the matter.