A self-described pimp was indicted Friday in Nevada state court on charges that could bring the death penalty if he is convicted in a fatal shooting and fiery crash that killed three people, including a man originally from Oakland, on the Las Vegas Strip in February.
A self-described pimp suspected of a deadly shooting that caused a fiery crash on the Las Vegas Strip stood silently in court Monday while the grief-stricken brother of a taxi driver killed in the mayhem glared at him from the courtroom gallery.
The man suspected in a deadly shooting and crash on the Las Vegas strip has been arrested in Southern California following a multi-state manhunt, according to authorities.
In multiple online postings, the man accused of killing three people, including aspiring rapper Kenneth Cherry Jr., boasts of a high-rolling lifestyle of luxury cars, prostitutes and boat trips with scantily clad women.
A 22-year-old Miami woman with a history of prostitution arrests was identified Tuesday as a person of interest in a Las Vegas Strip shooting that triggered a spectacular fiery crash and left three people dead.
Police say they have a warrant for the arrest of a 26-year-old ex-convict identified as the prime suspect in a shooting and fiery crash that killed three last week on the Las Vegas Strip.
According to court documents obtained by a Las Vegas newspaper, the Oakland native who was gunned down during a deadly shooting and crash on the strip last week had a violent criminal past and lived a life of luxury earned through pimping.
As investigators Friday tried to find the gunman in a black Range Rover SUV who triggered the shocking chain of events, families and friends tried to grasp the blink-of-an-eye finality of it all.
Sources have confirmed with the CBS station in Las Vegas that a man who was shot to death while driving his Maserati on the Las Vegas Strip was an aspiring rapper from Oakland.