Las Vegas police identified a suspect in a Las Vegas strip shooting that left three people dead, according to a Feb. 23 ABC News report.
26-year-old Ammar Harris has been named a suspect in Thursday’s shooting that caused a multiple car pile-up on the strip, including a car fire and the death of three people, including rapper Kenny Clutch.
An altercation between Harris and Clutch, 27, led to the belief that Clutch was the intended victim of the shooting. Harris and the rapper got into an altercation in the Valet area of a Las Vegas hotel, according to police reports, and then Harris eventually fired gunshots into Clutch’s Maserati as they both drove down the strip.
The rapper’s car slammed into several cars, including a taxi, which burst into flames, killing the driver Michael Boldon and a female passenger. “He was a number one guy,” Carolyn Jean Trimble, Boldon's sister, told ABC News. Boldon was a single father who raised a 36-year-old son and was a new grandfather, with a grandson named after him, Trimble told ABC News. “Of all the people to take from this earth,” she said. “But I guess the Lord needed him.” The female passenger has not yet been identified.
As we previously reported, Clutch’s family is devastated. “Right now my heart is breaking,” the rapper’s aunt Pat Sims told the Oakland Tribune. “This has really been a tragedy. Kenny was just a delightful kid.”
“I can tell you this ... the world has lost a good man,” Sims said. “I'm not saying he didn't have his faults, but he was very kind, especially to older people. Whatever happened in Vegas, I don't know about, but he was a very kind soul.”
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