Criminal Law

A Teenage Boy Pleads Guilty to Killing a Virginia Beach Restaurant Employee

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — A teenage boy pleaded guilty in court on Tuesday in the murder case of a Virginia Beach restaurant employee.

Cameron Barclift was in court Tuesday where he entered guilty pleas to second-degree murder and a weapons charge.

The charges stem from a shooting outside Croc’s 19th Street Bistro in 2019 where 23-year-old Cole Grant was killed.

On May 8th of that year, Grant, who was an employee at Croc’s at the time, was leaving the restaurant late that night with some of his coworkers. One of those employees testified that they were in a truck pulling out of the restaurant’s parking lot when one of them smelled marijuana.

They spotted three teenagers and one worker told them they couldn’t smoke there.

That’s when someone opened fire on the truck and fatally shot Grant in the head. 

Read the source article at Norfolk’s Leading Local News

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