Orlance Sangster, a convicted drug dealer, is accused of killing a rival dealer.
Florida authorities say they have solved a cold case homicide with the arrest of an inmate drug dealer who sports a tattoo of a spiderweb on his forehead and a tattoo of the words “bold world” under his eyes.
Orlance Sangster, 27, is accused of trying to rob another drug dealer of marijuana and then to shoot and kill him if he resisted the Pensacola News Journal Friday.
Investigators with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office found Damion Allen dead on the back seat of his car in a cul-de-sac, where Architects had allegedly dumped after the killing, according to the paper.
The murder turned into a cold case if no one was arrested for the murder.
The case was reopened in May as a prison snitch in time, in Arkansas a federal prison, told the researchers that in 2011, Sangster told him that he was an accomplice killed Allen, the paper reported.
The informant said that he had heard that Sangster and his colleague drove to meet All in a gold Nissan.
The researchers used the data to track the accomplice, who is in prison, and heard that his mother is in possession of a gold Nissan in 2010, the paper reported.
The researchers said they also found Sangster’s DNA in Allen’s vehicle, according to the paper.
Sangster is behind bars in a Florida prison for drug trafficking charges. His sentence in that case, runs until 2024, online records show.