Las Vegas police release bodycam video showing arrest of Tupac Shakur murder suspect

This still from bodycam video shows Duane “Keffe D” Davis being arrested by Las Vegas police on...
This nonetheless from bodycam video exhibits Duane “Keffe D” Davis being arrested by Las Vegas police on Sept. 29. Davis is accused of being concerned within the homicide of Tupac Shakur.(LVMPD)

Duane Davis’ arrest came 27 years after the drive-by shooting off the Las Vegas Strip that...
Duane Davis’ arrest got here 27 years after the drive-by taking pictures off the Las Vegas Strip that killed Shakur.(Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Division)

LAS VEGAS (KVVU/Grey Information) – Newly launched Bodycam video and an arrest report from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Division have supplied extra particulars concerning the arrest of Duane “Keffe D” Davis, who was charged with the 1996 homicide of Tupac Shakur.

Davis’ arrest got here 27 years after the drive-by taking pictures off the Las Vegas Strip that killed Shakur.

WARNING: The next video comprises uncensored profanity.

GRAPHIC LANGUAGE: Las Vegas police launched bodycam video displaying the arrest of Duane “Keffe D” Davis in reference to the homicide of Tupac Shakur.

In accordance with the police report, a Clark County grand jury returned an indictment charging Davis on Sept. 28.

Detectives with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Division Felony Apprehension Workforce took Davis into custody round 7 a.m. the following day as he was strolling down the road close to his home.

Physique-worn digital camera video exhibits officers strategy Davis and shortly take him into custody. Davis was cooperative with police, asking for water earlier than he was put in a close-by automobile.

Duane Davis’ arrest came 27 years after the drive-by shooting off the Las Vegas Strip that...
Duane Davis’ arrest got here 27 years after the drive-by taking pictures off the Las Vegas Strip that killed Shakur.(Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Division)

He was taken to the murder division workplace to be interviewed. One body-worn digital camera greater than 47 minutes lengthy confirmed the journey from Davis’ residence to the police headquarters. After his interview, he was photographed and booked into the Clark County Detention Middle.

Davis appeared in courtroom Wednesday, and his arraignment was continued to Oct. 19.

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