Milwaukee Bartender Maxwell Anderson: 33 year old man connected to severed leg case

Milwaukee Bartender Maxwell Anderson
Milwaukee Bartender Maxwell Anderson

Milwaukee authorities are investigating Maxwell Anderson, a local bartender, in connection with the discovery of a severed leg in a park.

While police haven’t publicly identified a suspect, they have confirmed they are holding a person of interest matching Anderson’s description.

Public records show Anderson resides at the address where the arrest occurred.

Additionally, a victim notification service confirms his arrest on April 4th at the Milwaukee County Jail, though he isn’t listed in their inmate search system at this time.

Social media profiles indicate Anderson has worked as a bartender at both the Rave/Eagles Club and, more recently, Victor’s Nightclub.

He is 33 years old and goes by Maxwell Steven Anderson, Maxwell S. Anderson, and Max Anderson.

According to, the family has ties to Waukesha County; Anderson’s father runs a major group of insurance agencies in multiple states, according to LinkedIn.

Max Anderson has not been charged in the severed leg case.

To be clear, sometimes persons of interest are questioned, and it’s determined they had nothing to do with the crime. That’s unclear in this case.

What we know so far

The Milwaukee Police Department is currently investigating unidentified human remains that were found in the vicinity of North 30th Street and West Galena Street.

This discovery follows the finding of an unspecified body part a few blocks away near North 30th Street and Lisbon Avenue, as well as a severed leg near Warnimont Park in Cudahy on Tuesday.

Although officials in Milwaukee have not confirmed if these three incidents are connected, there are concerns that the remains could potentially belong to the missing teenager, Sade Carleena Robinson.

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On Saturday, Robinson’s family dedicated a significant amount of time searching an area close to 30th Street and Lisbon Avenue, as she had gone missing on April 1.

There, they discovered her blanket, and said the area where the remains were discovered was in the same place Robinson’s car was found torched the morning of April 2.

Milwaukee Police and the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office responded, quickly setting up a crime scene.

Robinson’s cousin told TMJ4 that following the discovery of the missing woman’s car, there was no sign of the student anywhere.

‘When we came to look for her, we didn’t come looking for body parts. We were just coming to look for her, yelling her name. We hear about the body part and there’s a little less hope,’ she said.

The teen’s family grew more and more concerned as the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office revealed that more remains had been unearthed on April 6 – just across the street from where Robinson’s car was found.

Robinson’s mother, Sheena Scarbrough told WISN that her daughter texted her the afternoon of April 1 and asked for $15, which she thought was ‘very unusual’.

Written by K Oteng

K.Oteng is a reporter and editor for based in Accra-Ghana

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