There doesn’t seem to be any confusion about the fact there was a fight, but after that the consensus falls apart on what exactly happened in the early hours of Aug. 24, 2014, which happened to be the last day of Justin Cancelliere’s life.
The unconscious Pennsylvania man was pronounced dead at Atlantic General Hospital early that morning.
As part of the plea agreement between Christopher Kendall, Caleb Ochse and the State of Maryland, the pair conceded a number of points. The two were only charged with “affray,” or public fighting, and all other charges were either dismissed or nolle prosequi, where the prosecutor voluntarily agrees to not pursue a particular charge or charges.
State’s Attorney Beau Oglesby described, perhaps for the first time in public, the results of the investigation into the case.