Duane “Keffe D” Davis, the, is ready to make his first court docket look Wednesday morning in Las Vegas.
Davis, 60, has been charged with one depend of homicide with use of a lethal weapon with a gang enhancement. He was arrested on Friday, Sept. 29, shortly after being indicted by a.
The rapper was 25 years outdated when he was killed in a drive-by capturing on the Las Vegas Strip on Sept. 7, 1996. Chief Deputy District Lawyer Marc DiGiacomo described Davis because the “on-ground, on-site commander” who “ordered the demise” of the hip-hop icon.
has beforehand described himself as a witness to the homicide, writing in his 2019 memoir that he was within the automobile that gunfire erupted from, and implicating his nephew Orlando “Child Lane” Anderson as certainly one of two folks within the again seat the place the photographs had been fired. Anderson died two years after the capturing.
Officers stated Davis has been. His spouse’s house was raided by police in July, with paperwork stating that police had been on the lookout for gadgets “regarding the homicide of Tupac Shakur.” Electronics, images and a replica of the memoir had been collected by officers.
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