Man charged in collision outside bar South City, leaving owner dead | St. Louis News Headlines

SYD ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – A man has been charged with a fatal collision outside a bar in South City.

Court records show 26-year-old William Warden from Imperial, Missouri has been charged with the murder of bomber O’Brien’s owner James Wors. Warden is also charged with armed crime and assault.






William Warden mugshot

William Warden is charged with murder, armed crime and assault.


Police told News 4 that there was a fight inside the O’Briens bomber around 1:00 a.m. Friday, which overturned outside. Several people then got into a car and hit two employees before fleeing. The car was later found in the 4800 block in Oletha, where two of the four suspects were arrested. A third suspect was later found and the fourth reported himself.

Two victims were hit by a car overnight after a fight at a bar in South City ran outside.



The man who was killed was later identified as the 54-year-old Wors from Oakville. Family and friends told News 4 that Wors was the owner of Bomber O’Brien’s.

The other man who was hit by the car was driven to the hospital with broken bones and skin abrasions. A third victim was treated and released.

Police plan to seek collective orders for fourth-degree assaults on the remaining three suspects. Police have not released booking photos of the three other suspects.

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