Arrest Video of Tupac Shakur Murder Suspect Shows Him Saying It’s ‘Biggest Case in Las Vegas History’

Video of Arrest of Tupac Shakur Murder Suspect Shows Him Saying It's 'Biggest Case in Las Vegas History'
Duane “Keefe D” Davis, Tupac Shakur.Photograph:

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Days after the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Division arrested a suspect in reference to the 1996 homicide of Rock and Roll Corridor of Famer Tupac Shakur, the division has launched footage of the arrest.

The footage, shared by native community KLAS-TV and Regulation & Crime Community, exhibits suspect Duane “Keffe D” Davis approached by authorities close to his Las Vegas house on Sept. 29, when he was instantly handcuffed and cooperated with police.

After about two minutes, Davis — who has since reportedly been charged with one depend of homicide with a gang enhancement — is put into the police car and given water. In a later little bit of footage, an officer requested Davis what police “acquired” him for. He responded: “the most important case in Las Vegas historical past.”

Whereas partaking in small speak with the officer within the entrance seat, Davis then defined that he wasn’t “apprehensive” in regards to the arrest and that he “ain’t did s—.”

“Effectively, that is what the courtroom’s for, proper?” the officer responded.

Elsewhere within the footage, Davis requested police why the media wasn’t current at his arrest. “So why y’all did not deliver the media,” he requested, per KHLAS-TV. “They’d my complete home lit up,” Davis mentioned, seemingly referring to when authorities executed a search warrant on July 17 on a house linked to him.

Video of Arrest of Tupac Shakur Murder Suspect Shows Him Saying It's 'Biggest Case in Las Vegas History'
Las Vegas Sheriff Kevin McMahill discusses arrest of Duane “Keefe D” Davis throughout a press convention.

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As beforehand reported, Davis was taken into custody late final month for allegedly being what Chief Deputy District Lawyer Marc DiGiacomo referred to as the “on-ground, on-site commander” who “ordered the loss of life” of the influential rapper, in keeping with  the Related Press.

The Shakur household was “happy with this information” that authorities shared at a press convention 27 years after Tupac was shot 4 instances in a drive-by capturing on Sept. 7, 1996 at 25 years previous.

In a 2019 e-book, Compton Road Legend, co-writer Davis is described as one in all three “dwelling eyewitnesses” to the homicide, which passed off when Shakur was on his method to a nightclub in Las Vegas. Shakur died practically per week later, after shedding a lung within the hospital. Davis, 60, has beforehand made public statements about being within the automobile that fired the pictures at Shakur.

An affidavit beforehand reviewed by PEOPLE famous that an iPhone, a desktop pc, 4 laptops, tablets, a Vibe journal concern about Shakur, tubs of images, and extra objects had been found within the search of Davis’ house — which got here practically three many years after Shakur and Dying Row Data boss Marion “Suge” Knight had been shot at following a Mike Tyson match in Vegas. Knight was grazed within the head by a bullet and survived the capturing.

Rapper Tupac Shakur poses for photos backstage after his performance at the Regal Theater in Chicago, Illinois in March 1994
Tupac Shakur poses for a photograph on the Regal Theater in Chicago, Illinois in March 1994.

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A number of of Shakur’s friends have spoken out in regards to the arrest since, together with each Public Enemyrapper Taste Flav and childhood pal Jada Pinkett Smith, who wrote on her Instagram Story that she hopes the general public can now “get some solutions and have some closure.”

Flav expressed his personal ideas on the matter solely to PEOPLE on the Brent Shapiro Basis Summer time Spectacular final week.

“I am so completely satisfied proper now that they lastly discovered Tupac’s shooter,” he mentioned. “It was certain to occur in the future if he did not flip his personal self in, as a result of he instructed on himself, I heard.”

“He wrote a e-book about it and all of these items, but when he did not do it, I felt the streets would flip him in in the future,” Flav added. “So I am so completely satisfied that they discovered him.”

As reported by KTNV, Davis requested on Wednesday for his arraignment to be delayed so California legal professional Edi Faal might symbolize him, which might require a petition by the Nevada Supreme Courtroom.

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