Transcript for Bartender charged for serving man who killed 8
Next tonight, to the bartender facing possible prison time in Texas, accused of overserving a customer who then went on a shooting rampage. But the bartender says she did tell people about the customer. Here's ABC's will Carr. Reporter: Tonight, authorities charging the woman who served alcohol to this man, seen twirling a 6 1/2-inch blade on the bar, before he committed the worst mass shooting in play know's history. Authorities say Spencer hight's blood alcohol level was four times the legal limit in September of 2017, when he stumbled into his exwife's home, where he shot and killed eight people before he was killed by authorities. And if the right decisions would have been made, my son would still be alive. Reporter: Police just arrested Lindsey glass, the bartender, charging her with a misdemeanor for selling alcohol to "An intoxicated or insane person." According to the affidavit, glass texted a co-worker before the shooting, calling him a "Psycho" and also saw him carrying a gun. Glass claims she did the right thing. She called the bar's manager and said he told her to not call police. She eventually called 911, but that call came in just minutes before the shooting started. David? Will Carr tonight. Thank you, will.
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