REVEALED: Bartender, 33, 'who lured 19-year-old pizza shop worker on date, took ... trends now

REVEALED: Bartender, 33, 'who lured 19-year-old pizza shop worker on date, took ... trends now
REVEALED: Bartender, 33, 'who lured 19-year-old pizza shop worker on date, took ... trends now

REVEALED: Bartender, 33, 'who lured 19-year-old pizza shop worker on date, took ... trends now

A 33-year-old man has been charged over the brutal murder of a Wisconsin pizza shop worker who was found dismembered after their first date. 

Maxwell Anderson, a bartender who previously worked for his father's insurance companies, appeared in court Friday after allegedly butchering 19-year-old Sade Robinson on April 1.  

The long-haired accused murderer, who owns a criminal history including convictions for battery and domestic abuse, had taken Robinson - 14 years his junior - on a date at a seafood restaurant where he reportedly worked for a time.

A former high school football star, his employment history also includes work at two of his father's insurance companies, who appeared to move to a $1.4 million Florida apartment around seven years ago while his son remained in Wisconsin. 

Sade Robinson, 19, disappeared on April 1 after spending an evening on a first date in Milwaukee. Only her leg has been found, and cops ruled that evidence suggests she is deceased

Sade Robinson, 19, disappeared on April 1 after spending an evening on a first date in Milwaukee. Only her leg has been found, and cops ruled that evidence suggests she is deceased 

Maxwell Anderson, 33, is accused of killing Robinson the night of their first date before dismembering her, going through 'tremendous' effort to cover up the alleged crime

Maxwell Anderson, 33, is accused of killing Robinson the night of their first date before dismembering her, going through 'tremendous' effort to cover up the alleged crime 

Anderson is facing charges of murder, arson and mutilating a corpse, and came under suspicion after it emerged that he had met up with Robinson for a first date the night she vanished. 

She was reported missing the day after when she failed to show up for work, which her manager Justin Romano told WDJT-TV 'wasn't like her at all.'

'We kind of knew something was up, we had been calling her all day,' he said. 

The day after she disappeared, the Milwaukee Fire Department also responded to a vehicle fire, with investigators finding that it was Robinson's Honda Civic that had been set ablaze.  

Investigators were able to find pieces of Robinson's ripped jeans and white shirt that she was wearing, alongside the singed remains of her phone. 

That same day, cops were called to the discovery of a human leg at Warnimont Park, which was noted as having been 'sawn off' just below the hip. 

The leg was ruled to have belonged to a black female, with pink nail polish still on the toes, and a DNA test found that it belonged to the 19-year-old. 

More remains were found days later on April 5 and 7 around the city of Milwaukee, including a human foot and 'what appeared to be human flesh', cops said. 

Body parts, including a leg confirmed as belonging to Robinson, were found at several locations around Milwaukee after her disappearance

Body parts, including a leg confirmed as belonging to Robinson, were found at several locations around Milwaukee after her disappearance 

Phone records found Robinson (pictured) had texted her date that she was 'feeling seafood' hours before she was last seen alive. Her phone was then tracked to Anderson's home, and a park where her leg was found

Phone records found Robinson (pictured) had texted her date that she was 'feeling seafood' hours before she was last seen alive. Her phone was then tracked to Anderson's home, and a park where her leg was found 

Anderson had previously worked for two of his father's insurance companies. He had recently been working as a bartender, where those that knew him said he had a 'creepy' and 'weird vibe'

Anderson had previously worked for two of his father's insurance companies. He had recently been working as a bartender, where those that knew him said he had a 'creepy' and 'weird vibe' 

Anderson owns a criminal history including charges for battery and domestic abuse

Anderson owns a criminal history including charges for battery and domestic abuse 

The alleged killer (seen top right) was previously a star high school football player on his varsity team

The alleged killer (seen top right) was previously a star high school football player on his varsity team 

An investigation of phone records zeroed in on the night Robinson disappeared, finding that she had initially been messaging Anderson about their date, where she told him she was 'feeling seafood.' 

Anderson used to work at the restaurant, and a bartender there said that he had originally arrived to pick up a W-2 form, but told others that he was staying for a first date. 

The duo were seen dining at the restaurant in surveillance footage, and a location sharing app between Robinson and her mother showed that Robinson then went to a nearby sports bar and then to Anderson's home in Milwaukee. 

The phone next pinged in the park where the leg was discovered. 

Detectives searched Anderson's home on April 4, and found blood on a bed and walls leading towards his basement, according to the court filing against him. 

Multiple gasoline canisters were found in the basement, and Anderson was arrested later that day during a traffic stop. 

On Friday, cops said they were still investigating a motive for the alleged murder, and the rest of Robinson's remains are unaccounted for. 

Milwaukee County Assistant District Attorney Ian Vance-Curzan added at a press conference that Anderson had gone to a 'tremendous' effort to remove any traces of Robinson. 

'The facts mentioned in this complaint cause Complainant to conclude that the

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