Tempo staff: Missing UVA student not served, did not enter bar

Hannah Graham

Hannah Graham

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — The owner of a bar where a missing University of Virginia student was last seen with the man charged in her disappearance says his staff told him she could barely walk without the man’s support. Tempo Restaurant owner Brice Cunningham told The Associated Press on Thursday that his staff told police about Hanna Graham’s condition as she walked away with Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr. that night. Cunningham said Matthew briefly entered the bar where credit card records show he ordered what appeared to be two beers before rejoining the teenager outside. His staffer then watched them walk off with Matthew’s arm around her. He said Graham never tried to come inside and that no one saw Matthew take any alcoholic beverages out to her. “She was not served” inside the restaurant, he said.

 

 

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