Ammar Harris, the suspect of a multi-state manhunt and driver of the black Range Rover charged with the murders of rapper Kenny Clutch and two other innocent bystanders on the Las Vegas strip on Feb. 21, was arrested today in North Hollywood, according to The Daily News.
Police say that Harris, 26, “a self-described pimp” fired at least 5 bullets into the Maserati driven by Kenny Clutch last Thursday in Las Vegas. In addition to being charged with the murders of Kenny Clutch, taxi driver Michael Boldon, and Boldon’s passenger, at least 5 others were injured in the multi-car crashes on the strip.
By late yesterday, police had caught up with and interviewed all of the passengers, three women, who were riding in Harris’ Range Rover last Thursday during the shootings. None of those women have been charged with any crimes.
Las Vegas police Capt. Chris Jones said that “there is no other person wanted in this case other than Harris.”
“No one else faces charges.”
Harris has a lengthy history of dealing with the judicial system, including an arrest in a 2010 prostitution case when he was charged with robbery, sexual assault, kidnapping and coercion with a weapon, in a case that was eventually dismissed.
He was convicted of a 2004 felony possession with intent to sell a stolen pistol in S.C., plus another 2004 conviction in Atlanta for misdemeanor marijuana possession.
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