Baltimore Man Charged with Killing Bar Security Guard

Police have charged a suspect for allegedly stabbing a a Tee Bee's Bar bouncer to death.

A Baltimore man has been charged with stabbing a security guard to death, according to Baltimore County police. 

Haywood Trice, 25, of the 1500-block of N. Wolfe Street, is currently being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center. 

Trice  Tavares Jones, a Tee Bee's Bar security guard, who was attempting to break up a fight at the Parvkille bar last Saturday. 

"Just after 1:30 a.m. on Sept. 1, 2012, County Police responded to the bar for a fight call," police spokesman Shawn Vinson wrote in a release. "Upon arrival, officers learned that a fight between two women escalated into a fight between several people. During the incident, one of the security guards was stabbed multiple times, while attempting to break up the fight."

Jones, of Essex, was prounced dead at Good Samaritan Hospital.

Trice was charged with first-degree murder and possession of a dangerous weapon with intent to injure, the release states. 

Stay with Patch as we continue to update this story. 

Parkvillehoney September 09, 2012 at 04:25 AM
It started with two women fighting and ended up with an innocent man dead. What is going on in this world? Why would anyone want to go out and be subject to possibly losing your life. Weren't these uneducated people ever taught to "walk away." Why does a slight towards someone have to end up in a fight or death?
Red Dolphin September 18, 2012 at 01:26 AM
good questions. good points, now dont take this the wrong way but do you hold the woner of the business responsible,,,,,,,,,,,,, in any way ? these people wouldve fought in a K-mart,,,,,,,,,, in a super market,,,,,,,,,,,,, they are just violent people from a violent culture,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,why close the business down ? do you really think there will be less violence near Mclean Blvd and Perring park ?( in the surrounding area?) to refresh your memory a man was murdered at the exxon station right there on MClean blvd ( oppostive side of the Home depot from Tee Bee's) and man named Neverdon was aquitted for murdering a student going to his friends house to study, the jury found him not guilty even after learning he had lthe victims property on him ( the jusge asked the jury "are you sure , youknowyou willhave this young mans blood on your hands" a very close quote so you see , its happening in or out of the businesses , do you want to shit dowm the exxon too ? ( jst playing the role of devils advocate here ) food for thought honey


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