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Newly unsealed search warrants say teen was shot and killed over $350 worth of drugs

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Newly unsealed search warrants describe the moments that led up to a Chesapeake High School student being shot and killed.

Police say Bryant Cueto was shot outside of the Applebee's parking lot on General Booth Blvd on May 1, 2016. According to the search warrants, he was shot over $350 worth of Xanax.

In the documents, Cueto's friend, who was in the car when the shooting happened, told police Cueto and him planned to meet the the two suspects outside of the restaurant. One of the men got into the back of the car, while the other leaned in through the driver's side window.

As Cueto allegedly counted out the 108 pills, one of the suspects pulled out a gun and demanded the drugs, according to the search warrants. Cueto's friend told police Cueto refused to hand over the drugs. The documents claim that one of the men ordered the other to "Pop him". Police say Cueto was shot once in the back.

The two men arrested and charged with Cueto's murder have been identified as Andarion McInnis and Jaquan Wilson their trials will be separate but are both scheduled to begin later this month. Both men face murder, robbery and firearm related charges.