CHESAPEAKE, Va. - The boyfriend of a woman who disappeared in October 2015 has pleaded guilty to her murder.
Jequil Holloway's body was found inside a car in Chesapeake just a few days after she was last seen in Norfolk.
Her boyfriend, Neal Bolden, was eventually arrested and charged with her death. On Friday morning, he pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.
When Bolden was originally arrested he was charged with first-degree murder, robbery, credit card theft and credit card fraud. In exchange for a guilty plea the Commonwealth agreed to lessen the murder charge to second-degree murder. The other charges were also taken off the table.
Bolden faces a maximum of 40 years behind bars for the murder charge. His sentencing is currently scheduled for March 16, 2018.