February 4, 2019
Marquese Winston, Tivontre Gatling-Mouzon and Tonya Hayes.
Popular or not, this bartender still worked in a city that’s over 70% black.
What are whites still doing in that shithole?
There was a guilty plea today for one of three people charged with murdering a popular Baltimore bartender.
Alex Wroblewski was shot and killed during an attempted robbery at the Locust Point Royal Farms in November 2017.
On Friday, Tivontre Gatling-Mouzon pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery with a deadly weapon. He will serve eight years, with five years probation. As part of his deal, he agrees to testify in other trials if needed.
He will testify against his mother, Tonya Hayes. She rejected a deal to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery with a deadly weapon and serve 15 years. Her trial begins Monday.
FOX45 will also find out Monday if Marquese Winston, her boyfriend and the accused shooter, will accept the state’s offer to serve 60 years for pleading guilty to murder. If not, his case will go to trial with Hayes.
“It’s good to have a little bit of closure, but the trial, in some respects, will begin on Monday,” said attorney Thiru Vignarajah, a family friend of the Wroblewskis. “They’re just looking for justice and making sure that people are held responsible for this horrific tragedy.”