Charges were dropped Friday against Jonathan Miller, who had been accused of participating in a deadly stabbing last month after a party at the Great Blacks in Wax Museum. "This kid was a victim. ... He didn't stab anyone," said Miller's defense attorney, Jack B. Rubin. Miller, 18, admitted to police that he was involved in a group fight at the Baltimore museum during which Joshua Hargrove, 20, was stabbed and killed. But Miller wasn't armed, his attorney said, and the teenager had also been stabbed that night. Police had arrested him on murder, assault and weapons charges, which were dropped last week. A preliminary hearing in Baltimore District Court had been scheduled for this morning. "There was no evidence to hold him," Rubin said. Margaret Burns, spokeswoman for the Baltimore State's Attorney's Office, said there was "probable cause" for the charges, but they were ultimately dropped after "investigative leads did not pan out."