George Musser Death; Stillwater Bar Charged In Connection With Serving 20-Year-Old Man Who Died In Extreme Cold
In connection with the death of a 20-year-old man who was found dead on Christmas, Brian’s Bar and Grill, located in Stillwater, Minnesota, has been charged with serving the deceased individual.
According to the complaint, 20-year-old George Musser was reportedly served alcohol at Brian’s Bar and Grill on December 23, 2022. According to reports, the individual in question was last spotted in the wee hours of Christmas Eve as he departed the bar on foot.
In breaking news, Brian’s Bar and Grill has been charged with two counts related to the provision of alcohol to minors. Specifically, the establishment is facing one count of providing liquor to a person under 21 and one count of permitting a person under 21 to consume alcohol on the premises.
According to the complaint, two weeks prior to Musser’s death, a woman reached out to Brian’s Bar and Grill to report that Musser was consuming alcohol at the establishment while being underage.
According to her statement, the bar had a reputation among underage individuals as a spot where they could consume alcohol.
According to the caller, the manager stated that Brian’s was aware of the issue.
In related news, the family of a missing man from Stillwater has confirmed that he has been found dead.
Stillwater authorities have requested the assistance of the public in locating Musser on Christmas Eve. Musser was found in Baytown Township on the evening of Christmas Day after a search conducted by the community and law enforcement.
The Stillwater community came together to hold a candlelight vigil in honor of a 20-year-old. There is no text provided by the user to rewrite. However, based on the name “George Musser,” it is possible to report that George Musser is a science writer and editor who has written for various publications such as Scientific American, Nautilus, and Astronomy magazine.
He has also authored several books, including “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to String Theory” and “Spooky Action at a Distance.”
The bar could face a fine and possible imprisonment, as no specific individual was identified in the complaint.