Angus "Sledge" Martin is a central character in the original fan-fiction "Episodes From San Andreas: Brotherhood Reborn" by Enigma24. He is a former senior member of The Lost MC and the President of the Waylon chapter of the Devils Chosen Motorcycle Club.
Events of The Lost and Damned
In 2008 Angus was a close friend of Johnny Klebitz, the acting-President and later President of the Liberty City chapter of The Lost MC, regularly calling and emailing him offering advice on club matters. During the bloody civil war that ultimately destroyed the chapter Angus remained staunchly loyal to Johnny frequently voicing his hatred for Billy Grey and Brian Jeremy.
During the days of the Liberty chapter Angus was a business partner of Jim Fitzgerald in his motorcycle theft racket. He was one of only four survivors of the Acter sub-chapter and was present when Berners Road Clubhouse was deliberately burnt down to "put it out of its misery."
Life after The Lost and Damned
The collapse of his chapter had a deep impact on Angus and he joined the recently formed 'Nomad' chapter to "...take a step back for awhile." Early in 2009 Angus had major and highly radical surgery, paid for by an undisclosed benefactor, to restore his ability to walk after it was discovered that his paralysis was reversible.
After months of intense physical therapy and personal challenges Angus was finally able to walk again. Being able to walk, and more importantly ride, again gave him a new lease of life and his gloomy outlook quickly evaporated. At the very first opportunity Angus was back on his dark blue Nightblade riding triumphantly across Alderney City.
It didn't take him long to get in trouble with the law. In mid-2009, while enjoying a night out at Honkers Gentlemen's Club, he was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication. Despite his very vocal protests, which earned him a further resisting arrest charge, he was sentenced to three months incarceration in Alderney State Correctional Facility.
Arrival in San Andreas
In 2010, out of a desire to reconnect with his old friends from the Acter, Angus rode across the country to San Andreas. Making his way to Blaine County he rejoined Johnny, Terry, Clay and their new Blaine County chapter. Several months after joining the chapter, disgusted with the widespread drug abuse and back-stabbing among members, Angus voiced his frustration to Johnny and was further dismayed to learn that his old friend was in fact a heavy drug user himself.
By 2011 he had again become a nomadic member wandering San Andreas carrying out club business as required. In what he strongly believes was a deliberate set up by the club, due to his arguments with Johnny, Angus was ambushed by officers from the Los Santos County Sheriff's Department while violently "disciplining" a small-time drug dealer who hadn't been giving the club a share of his profits. After a speedy trial Angus was convicted of gang related violence and sentenced to a years incarceration in Colinas Valley State Prison.
While serving his sentence Angus developed a friendship with four other members, who just like him, had been set up and betrayed by The Lost MC. After their release in mid-2012 the group agreed to form their own club and burned their old patches as a sign of disrespect. With a new three-piece patch the Devils Chosen MC was formed with Angus as its first President.
First Name: Angus
Place of birth: Acter, Alderney City
- Former member of the Blaine County chapter of The Lost MC. Former senior member of the now defunct Alderney City sub-chapter of The Lost MC.
- Suspected President of the Waylon chapter of the Devils Chosen Motorcycle Club.
- 2009 - Disorderly Behaviour
- 2009 - Public Intoxication
- 2011 - Gang related violence
- Believed to be the President of the Waylon "mother" chapter of the Devils Chosen Motorcycle Club.
- Long-term friend of the late Johnny Klebitz, Terry Thorpe and Clay Simons. Believed to have had a heated disagreement with Johnny Klebitz for unknown reasons.
- Former member of the US Army Reserves who retired from active service in 2004 after serving for five years.