Bartender won’t be charged for over-serving suspect in Plano mass shooting
PLANO, Texas - A Plano bartender will not face charges for over-serving a man who later killed eight people.
A Collin County grand jury refused to indict Lindsey Glass. She served Spencer Hight at the now-closed Local Public House bar.
Glass later texted a friend about his drinking and bizarre behavior. She said co-workers notified police about his threatening remarks.
After leaving the bar, Hight killed his estranged wife and seven other people at a Cowboys watch party.
He was shot and killed by the first officer who arrived at the murder scene.
His blood-alcohol level was four times the legal limit for driving.