But the bag of marijuana was left at the scene, prosecutors said, and Anglin’s fingerprint was found on the bag. Anglin and a co-defendant, Daniel Squires, were identified as members of the Bloods gang.
“This case couldn’t be a better example of a drug deal gone bad,” assistant district attorney Marc Cella said in an emailed statement. “But there’s a twist, with the $1,000 bag of marijuana left at the scene.” Gang members, he said, “are more concerned with their code of violence than the drugs. They confront violence with violence.”