Camfield said the two argued over drugs, believed to be marijuana or K2, according to Rhodes.
After 415th District Judge Graham Quisenberry sentenced Camfield Monday for the murder, Doss’ family expressed their feelings of betrayal and anger to Camfield.
“Nick, when I held J.D. in my arms and named him after my father, it was a proud day,” the victim’s father, Gene Doss, said.
Gene Doss told Camfield that he was proud of his son because J.D. Doss was a good man.
“You are pathetic and my mistake was allowing you into my family’s life,” Gene Doss said, who said Camfield repaid them by taking a life.
“We once cared what happened to you,” Jennifer Doss, Gene Doss’ wife said.
She reportedly taught Camfield to balance a checkbook and helped teach him other life skills.
Jennifer Doss told Camfield she wanted him to listen to door being shut as he goes to prison.
Camfield will be locked away and forgotten and will have to live knowing he killed his best friend, she said.