Documents outline troubled past between once missing Norfolk woman and boyfriend

Posted at 9:01 PM, Nov 01, 2015

Chesapeake, Va. - Chesapeake Police confirm that the body found inside a car on Sunday, November 1st is that of a missing Norfolk woman.

Officers began investigating at 4:35 p.m. in the 1100 block of Old Wood Street.

Kelly O'Sullivan, a spokeswoman for Chesapeake Police, says the body was found in a Grey Nissan.

The family of 20-year-old Jequil Holloway, a missing Norfolk woman, was at the scene as police investigated. Holloway's cousin tells NewsChannel 3 that police called Holloway's grandmother and said that they found the car she was last seen in.

Norfolk Police reported that Holloway was missing on Friday and that she was last seen in a 2004 Grey Nissan.

On Monday, the Medical Examiner's office confirmed that Holloway's body had been found. Police confirmed Tuesday that the body found in the car was Holloway.

NewsChannel 3 found that police arrested Holloway's boyfriend, 18-year-old Neal Bolden on Sunday.

Police searched his home and charged him with having a gun as a convicted felon.

He has not been accused in Holloway's death.

His criminal history however does show that the couple had a troubled past.

Court records show that Bolden admitted to assaulting her. He was charged with strangling her and damaging her property during the same incident.

Those charges were dropped.

He was sentenced to one month in jail to be served on the weekends and he was ordered to have no hostile contact with Holloway.

Follow more on this developing story here: Medical Examiner confirms they have body of missing Norfolk teen