By: Michael Campbell, News Editor
Posted On: August 14, 2017
PRINCE GEORGE – Just over a week after a Richmond teenager was gunned down inside a restaurant inside a Prince George travel center during the Labor Day holiday, authorities confirmed they have made additional arrests in connection with the deadly shooting.
In a statement, Prince George Police said four individuals, including one juvenile, have been charged in connection with the September 4 shooting inside the Wendy’s restaurant at the Pilot Travel Center near the intersection of Rives Road and County Drive that left 19-year-old Coron Bond of Richmond fatally wounded.
According to police, Tuesday, Prince George Police arrested 18-year-old Norma Glover of Petersburg without incident and charged her with first-degree murder.
Investigators said Glover was an employee at the restaurant and a sister of the alleged gunman, 25-year-old Jules Moultrie of Petersburg. Moultrie, who is also charged with first-degree murder, was arrested one day after the deadly shooting.
Glover is being held at Riverside Regional Jail without bond.
In addition to Glover’s arrest, 23-year-old Prince George resident Whitney Johnson was arrested and charged with being an accessory after the fact.
19-year-old JaQuan Brown of Hopewell and an unidentified juvenile from Petersburg were both charged with obstruction of justice in connection with the shooting.
Bond was inside the Wendy’s restaurant on Labor Day when authorities said Moultrie walked into the business and “within seconds” shot the victim before fleeing the area. The 19-year-old Virginia State University student was pronounced dead at the scene by first responders.
Prince George Police said their investigation into the deadly shooting remains ongoing. A motive for the shooting has not been revealed by police.