Alamance County murder suspect turns himself in
Cameron Romero Graves
BURLINGTON, N.C.–The suspect wanted in connection to the murder of an Alamance County man found on Louis Graham Road last month, turned himself in to authorities on Thursday afternoon, according to Alamance County Sheriffs.
Cameron Romero Graves, 24, turned himself in to the Alamance County Sherriff’s Office at 5:30 p.m. Authorities obtained a warrant for Graves, charging him with first-degree murder in the March 29 death of Kenneth Joel Clapp.
Graves is being held in the Alamance County Detention Center without bond, pending his first court appearance.
The suspect is a validated gang member, according to authorities.
The Burlington Police Department, along with the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, City/County Gang Unit and the U.S. Marshall’s Fugitive Task Force assisted with the investigation.
The investigation remains active. Additional leads are being pursued, according to authorities.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office at (336) 570-6300.