A 19-year-old has now been charged in the murder of a 72-year-old gas station employee. Our Greensboro lawyer was advised that surveillance video of the incident showed the young man pull a gun and demand money from the employee. The cashier is alleged to have refused to give the money to him according to a top rated criminal lawyer in Greensboro.
The man is then alleged to have shot at the woman which later killed her. Our wrongful death lawyer in Greensboro was advised that the man then fled the scene. Police used a K-9 unit to trace him back to his home. Our top rated lawyer in Greensboro was told that law enforcement found the murder weapon and a stolen phone stashed in a drain at the front of the driveway.
Our lawyers in Greensboro was then advised that his mother lives at the home and denied he lived at the residence. The young man is alleged to have gang affiliations and was convicted in 2019 in a string of robbery with a dangerous weapon charges. He has been charged with first degree murder, possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of a stolen firearm and robbery with a dangerous weapon.
Our bond motion lawyer was advised that he’s being held under no bond and could face 28 years in prison and possibly the death penalty.