Lindsey Glass Wiki
Texas bartender Lindsey Glass, 27, was arrested on April 27, 2019, and charged with over-serving mass shooter Spencer Hight. On the night of September 10, 2017, Hight entered the home he owned with his estranged wife Meredith, and went on a rampage, killing her and seven friends. The group had gathered for a party to watch a Dallas Cowboys game.
Glass was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of violating the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission’s (TABC) code pertaining to the “Sale of Certain Persons.” The code says that “a person commits an offense if the person with criminal negligence sells an alcoholic beverage to a habitual drunkard or an intoxicated or insane person.” The charge carries a punishment of $500 and up to a year in jail.
Lindsey Glass, 27, was arrested last Tuesday for allegedly violating a state beverage code that prohibited her from serving a “habitual drunkard or an intoxicated or insane person,” news station DFW-TV reported. https://t.co/cDNtGMc2ar
— Tamora Lee Jewelry (@TamoraLee) May 6, 2019
Hight’s victims included wife Meredith, 27, Anthony “Tony” Michael Cross, 33, Olivia Nicole Deffner, 24, James Richard Dunlop, 29, Darryl William Hawkins, 22, Rion Christopher Morgan, 31, Myah Sade Bass, 28 and Caleb Seth Edwards, 25. A ninth person survived the shooting but sustained injuries. Spencer Hight was shot and fatally wounded by a police officer who responded to the scene and confronted him in the home.
10 Fast Facts You Need to Know
- Lindsey Glass is charged with violating a Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code
- Lindsey Glass Knew Spencer and was Friends with Meredith
- She was arrested last month after Spencer Hight’s killing spree in 2017
- Glass Violated Texas Law by Over-Serving Hight
- Glass is said to have texted another bartender about Hight having a knife
- Meredith’s Mother Disagrees With Targeting Glass
- She is said to have only called police when he left and after serving him drinks
- Hight killed estranged wife Meredith and seven others at a football watch party
- He was then shot dead by police after the murderous spree
- Glass faces a fine of up to $500, up to a year in jail, or both, if found guilty
Following a TABC investigation, a bartender has been charged with serving alcohol to an intoxicated person. The server, Lindsey Glass, sold Spencer Hight alcohol the same night he shot and killed eight at a Plano party. https://t.co/HVnEqX8e9B
— WFAA (@wfaa) May 4, 2019