Staggering, naked man covered in blood arrested in Southern California

VICTORVILLE — A naked man covered in blood was arrested after he staggered through traffic and tried to get into cars as parents waited to drop their kids off at a school in San Bernardino County.

KCBS-TV ( ) aired cellphone video of the man wandering into lanes and being confronted by angry motorists Monday morning in Victorville.

The video shows one driver getting out of his vehicle and shoving the man away.

Witnesses say the man screamed incomprehensibly for about 10 minutes before police arrived and arrested him.

Officers say the suspect also tried to steal their patrol car.

He was later identified as 19-year-old David Anglin. He is accused of being under the influence of drugs, carjacking, and breaking into a nearby apartment.

It wasn't immediately known if Anglin has a lawyer.


Information from: KCBS-TV,

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