An arrest has been made in the killing of Sebastian Dvorak, a popular bartender who was killed in Canton in June 2017.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh held a press conference Monday to announce the indictments of gang members working in Baltimore City and Baltimore County.
The indictments are for drug, organized crime and other charges, including the killing of Dvorak.
“We know that any justice Sebastian receives will not bring him back to us,” father David Dvorak said at a press conference. “He was robbed of his life, a loss which impacts all of us who knew and loved him for the rest of our days.”
David Dvorak thanked authorities and a woman the family recently learned held their son in her arms “for being with Sebastian as he worked hard to cling to life.”
According to Frosh, a member of the “500 L,” a subset of the Bloods gang, killed Dvorak after robbing him. The offshoot operated throughout the state, including the 500 block of North Rose Street in Baltimore, prosecutors say.
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