MURDER USA: CACTUS FLATS BARFIGHT TO THE DEATH; CROWD OF SPECTATORS DID NOTHING TO STOP BRUTAL BEATING OF ROBERT ALAN SWANN
JEFFERSON, MD. Frederick County Sheriff’s Department reports that the man killed in a parking lot brawl at the Cactus Flats Bar & Grill located on Hansonville Road in Frederick is identified as Robert Alan Swann Jr, 45, of 9902 B Gravel Hill Road, Woodsboro, Md.
While police say that the investigation continues into the circumstances surrounding Swann’s death, one comment on the Facebook page of the Cactus Flats Bar & Grill notes that a crowd of people stood around as spectators and did nothing to stop the aggressors while Swann was beaten to death. The comment also stated that Swann’s face was pummeled so badly that an open casket was not possible.
The bar was holding a Halloween party, so devils and demons could celebrate the ghoulish antics of partiers – with the night ending in a very real dead end that should result in murder charges against one or more persons at the bar which is popular with bikers.
Police report that on Friday evening, November 2, 2018, Frederick County Sheriff’s Office Deputies were dispatched, at approximately 10:41 pm, to the Cactus Flats Bar & Grill on Hansonville Road in Frederick for an assault in progress in the parking lot area.
WHO AMONG THIS CROWD OF HALLOWEEN
PARTIERS STOMPED ROB SWANN TO DEATH?
When Sheriff’s Deputies arrived at the scene of the brawl, they found an adult male with serious injuries. Bystanders, deputies and EMS staff performed life savings efforts, but the adult male was pronounced deceased at the scene.
The body of Swann was transported to the Maryland State Medical Examiner’s Office in Baltimore for an autopsy. Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Section of the Sheriff’s Office are conducting an ongoing investigation.
Anyone who has any information on this incident is encouraged to contact Det. Sisson at 301-600-7141 or the Sheriff’s Office Tip Line at 301-600-4131.
Swann was charged with malicious property destruction by Frederick County Deputy Eyler on March 1, 2018 which resulted in his attorney, David Elliott Kinderman arranging a plea deal with the Frederick County States Attorney to put the charges on the Stet Docket, which required Swann to not run afoul of the law for one year or the charges would be resurrected in District Court.
Swann entered a guilty plea to a charge of possession of a handgun in a vehicle while a charge of reckless endangerment was dropped in a plea deal on Dec. 15, 1998, in Frederick County District Court.
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