MURDER USA: Video shows suspect in murder of bartender in Canton
MURDER # 160 FOR 2017 IN
CITY OF BALTIMORE
A man was shot and killed at 2:45 a.m. Tuesday, June 12, 2017, in Canton, police said. Police said the victim was discovered bleeding from the forehead in the 2500 block of Boston Street. The victim was taken to a hospital, where he died.
Video of two persons of interest in murder of Sebastian Dvorak in Canton
Southeast District Homicide Investigation
On June 13, 2017, at approximately 2:45 a.m., Southeast District patrol officers responded to the 2500 block of Boston Street for a report of an injured person.
Upon officer’s arrival, they located a male, later identified as Sebastian Tucker Dvorak, 27, bleeding from the upper body.
Medics responded to the location and transported Dvorak to an area hospital where he was pronounced deceased.
Anyone with information is asked to call Homicide detectives at 410-396-2100, Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7lockup or text a tip to 443-902-4824.
The individuals in this video are considered persons of interest in the murder of Dvorak.
The person of interest is described as an African- American male, thick curly hair, medium complexion, gray tee-shirt with a white tank-top underneath, blue jeans and gray New Balance sneakers. The person of interest can be observed in the surveillance video placing eyeglasses on his face while walking down Eastern Avenue.
Sebastian Tucker Dvorak, 27 years of age, born in Versailles, France, and raised in Boston, MA then Baltimore. Sebastian died unexpectedly on Tuesday, June 13, 2017.He is survived by mother, Lisa Richard, father, David Dvorak, stepmother, Lisa Dvorak and siblings, Shelby, Matilda, Peter and Augustine all of Baltimore, MD. He is also survived by grandparents, Bernard and Penelope Dvorak also of Baltimore, Maryland as well as grandfather, Gerald Richard and his wife Ann-Marie Richard of Seminole, FL along with aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends
He was an alumnus of The Calvert School and Calvert Hall College High School and studied at Salisbury University as well as the University of Baltimore. Having bartended summers in Ocean City and later in Baltimore, Sebastian, or Sebass as his friends knew him, used his personality and power of presence to establish himself as a vibrant and memorable figure in the Baltimore restaurant community. He could often be found at Ryleigh’s Oyster House serving Natty Bohs or his favorite new bourbon to a bar full of loyal customers, playing one or two of them in a game of chess while never letting a drink go dry.
Sebastian was popular, having many friends and known as a somewhat Gatsby-like figure for his parties and magnanimous nature. He explored the world, visiting countries throughout Europe, North America and Asia. An athlete, Sebastian loved to snowboard, and had “shredded” mountains from the Swiss Alps, to British Columbia, and everywhere between, even living and working in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for a winter. But of all the places he had been, anybody that knew Sebastian could tell Baltimore had his heart. He loved the Ravens, the Orioles, the history of the City, and knowing every good dive bar and late night food spot in town. Genuine and well-spoken, he would jump at any opportunity to debate over topics from sports to history to science or philosophy. He was funny and brilliant—unapologetically Sebass—and he will be sorely missed.
Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc. 1050 York Rd. (Beltway exit 26) Monday, June 19 from 12 to 3 and 6 to 9 pm. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Tuesday, June 20 at 11 am with interment at Garden of Faith Cemetery in Baltimore.
In lieu of flowers please donate to the Oyster Recovery Partnership (ORP) oysterrecovery.org, the Baltimore Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound School https://outwardboundbaltimore.org/giveback or the National Outdoor Leadership Program (NOLS) www.nols.edu in honor of Sebastian.