FALMOUTH – No suspects have yet been named in the murder of Jaswinder Singh, a dishwasher at the Golden Swan Restaurant in Falmouth
Jaswinder Singh, 46, had his throat slashed in the alleyway behind the restaurant on September 4.
Cape and Islands District Attorney Michael O’Keefe said a grand jury has been convened in the case.
Meanwhile, last Friday, a Superior Court judge reduced bail for the two men still being held in the case. Both Salwinder Singh, 60, a cook at the restaurant, and Karamjit Singh, 24, a waiter at the restaurant, were being held on $100,000 cash bail.
Salwinder Singh’s bail was reduced to $5,000 and Karamjit Singh’s bail was reduced to $15,000. Neither men has met bail and both are still being held at the Barnstable County Correctional Facility.
Both men are Indian nationals and had to surrender their passports. They were living in apartments above the restaurant, as was the victim.
The third man charged with obstructing the investigation, Malkit Thind, 48, the owner of the restaurant made bail soon after being arrested. He also lives above the restaurant with his family.
The restaurant was open this weekend.