UPDATE: Victim identified in Beach homicide

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UPDATE: Police have now released the name of the person who was found dead on Red Horse Lane in Virginia Beach last weekend. 

The victim has been identified as Cyle Strahl, 29. 

They are now treating this case as a homicide. 

Virginia Beach, Va. – Police are investigating a suspicious death in Virginia Beach.

Officers told NewsChannel 3 the call originally came in as a rescue case around 11:00 pm on Saturday.

Once they got to the scene they found a person dead.

At this time they have not released any further information but said they are treating the suspicious death as a homicide until proven otherwise.

Stay with NewsChannel 3 for updates.


  • John Smith

    You don’t know the man, so you shouldn’t comment and speak such horrible lies about a man who was not a drug dealer. He actually was a past drug user but had cleaned up and had just started working a good job with a very responsible position overseeing contracts and subcontractors. He was loved by all the children in the neighborhood and everyone that I know in the neighborhood. You should be proud of your hateful judging of others when you have NO KNOWLEDGE! ;)

  • John Smith

    Rest in peace brother! You are missed by many and God will repay the individual or people responsible for this egregious act.

  • Kimberly Holloway


    Burkett next called Arwwen Eckenroad Strahl of St. Marys to testify.
    She said she had met Rebert in 2009 through her ex-husband Cyle Strahl, and that both she and her ex had sold Oxycontin for Rebert several times.

    People really need to learn to be better judges of character. He was a dealer and it’s that simple. Just because he moved from Pennsyvania doesn’t mean that changed.

  • Valerie

    Even if he was a drug dealer, past or present, fact is that he is someone’s son, grandson, brother, father, and friend and they do not need your judgmental nose butting in to drag him through the mud during their time of grief. Show some respect!

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