LOCUST POINT VICTIM| Family and friends gather to celebrate the life of Alex Wroblewski

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BALTIMORE (WBFF)-- Tuesday marked the birthday of Alex Wroblewski, the bartender killed in Locust Point back in November.

Dozens of people gathered to celebrate and to give in their friend's name.

It was packed at the Rowhouse Grille in Federal Hill where Alex Wroblewski worked for 10 years.

On this night, his family and friends wanted it to be a full house...

"It's his birthday so, we're celebrating him and things he was passionate about.."

They say Wroblewski was passionate about the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS), his uncle passed away from the disease.

So, Patrick Dahlgren, owner of the Rowhouse hosted the fundraiser for his best friend with all proceeds going to LLS.

Patrick Dahlgren says, "It is his birthday tonight. So, the perfect time for us to celebrate his life after the last two months of mourning to bring some smiles to people's face..and also raise some money."

Police have arrested three people, accused of gunning down Wroblewski in November.

Investigators say it happened when he fought back during a robbery attempt outside a Royal Farms in Locust Point.

All three suspects remain in Baltimore City jails, held without bail.

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