Yenesis Alfonzo no longer sought in Las Vegas strip shooting


Yenesis Alfonzo no longer sought on Las Vegas strip shooting

Yenesis Alfonzo, also known as Tineesha Howard is no longer considered to be a missing person and is no longer a person of interest, surrounding the homicide investigation involving wanted murder suspect, Ammar Harris.

Las Vegas is one of worst for shootings in the US. Three people were killed when a black Range Rover opened fire, striking the car’s driver and passenger. The car lost control, and caused a fiery crash at the intersection of Flamingo. Both drivers and a passenger in the taxicab were killed.

Later we learned that the altercation is believed to have originated in the valet parking area of the Aria Hotel and Casino. As the two vehicles involved in this incident exited the valet. The driver of the taxicab and the cab’s passenger were pronounced deceased at the scene. Both the driver and passenger of the Maserati were transported to the UMC Trauma Center where the driver was pronounced deceased. Additionally, three occupants of other vehicles involved in this event were transported to area hospitals with minor to moderate injuries.

Kenneth Cherry rapper, known as Kenny Clutch was killed along two innocent people. Kenny Clutch was a Vegas resident. Bay Area FOX affiliate KTVU spoke with Cherry’s family in Oakland, who confirmed his identity. In one of his music videos, he is seen in what’s believed to be the Maserati from the crime scene. Cherry has a number of rap videos on YouTube.

The shooter was identified as Ammar Asim Faruq Harris, dangerous and on the loose. The 26-year-old was identified by authorities Saturday night as their primary suspect.

Yenesis Alfonzo no longer sought on Las Vegas strip shootingAmmar Harris had previously been arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of kidnapping, sexual assault, being an ex-felon in possession of a gun and robbery, police said. And that’s just in our jurisdiction,” Las Vegas police spokesman Marcus Martin was also reported to have said. “He has a habit of not appearing in court, too.” Harris’ black Range Rover was found Saturday afternoon at an apartment complex east of the Vegas Strip and was impounded as evidence.

The Las Vegas Taxicab Industry has made a monetary donation of a $35,000 reward Trust, in an attempt to assist in the apprehension, arrest and conviction of Ammar Harris.

“To anyone who is aware of his location, or is assisting Ammar Harris in any way, you will be arrested and prosecuted,” Las Vegas Metropolitan Captain Chris Jones said at a news conference earlier this week. “You may think you’re being a friend, but keep in mind Ammar Harris is wanted for the murder of three citizens.”

A funeral was held Wednesday for the taxi cab driver killed after a shooting led to a crash on the Las Vegas Strip last week. The funeral for Michael Bolden took place at noon at Holy Trinity Church on Lola Avenue.

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