A man has been arrested in Las Vegas in connection with the fatal shooting of 2Pac in 1996. The man previously admitted that he was in the car from which the iconic rapper was shot.
According to the Associated Press, authorities arrested Duane “Keffe D” Davis on Friday morning. It is currently unclear on what exact charges he is being held. In July, the home of Davis’ wife, Paula Clemons, was searched by Las Vegas police in connection with the murder of Tupac Shakur. Seized during this raid were several computers, a cell phone, a hard drive, a Vibe magazine containing 2Pac, multiple .40-caliber bullets, two boxes of photographs, and a copy of Keefe D’s 2019 memoir, Compton Street Legend . .
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Keefe D previously admitted that he was in the car where the bullets were fired that killed 2Pac. The shooting took place just steps from the Las Vegas Strip on September 7, 1996. In interviews with DJ Vlad, Keefe spoke openly about 2Pac’s murder. Last year, the former security chief at Death Row Records said there was increased activity from authorities surrounding 2Pac’s murder case. He suggested that “Keefe D has been nervous the last few weeks…because they were knocking on doors and there was movement.”
Detectives identified Davis early in the investigation as one of four prime suspects. Although he is not the accused shooter, he was identified as the group’s leader during a news conference on Friday and in court. In Nevada, you can be charged with murder if you assist someone in committing it. The now 60-year-old must appear in court next week.
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