Woman no longer sought in deadly shooting on Nevada’s Las Vegas strip
Las Vegas, NV, United States (4E) – Police announced Wednesday that they are no longer seeking for a 22-year-old woman in connection to the fatal shooting and fiery crash on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada that resulted in the death of three people last week.
According to authorities, Tineesha Lashun Howard, aka Yenesis Alfonso, is no longer missing and no longer a “person of interest”.
Laura Meltzer, a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department spokesperson, said Tuesday that Howard is not a suspect but detectives would like to talk to her about what happened.
Police are still looking for the 26-year-old suspect, Ammar Asim Faruq Harris and a black Range Rover he was driving early Thursday morning has been impounded.
Police said Harris, who is considered armed and dangerous, has “an extensive and violent criminal history.”
The suspect has several tattoos, including a small heart -shaped one below his right eye and a large one of an owl that covers his neck and part of his chest.
Kenneth Cherry Jr., an aspiring rapper also known as Kenny Clutch, died when someone in a Range Rover fired on the Maserati that Cherry was driving around 4:20 a.m.
The Maserati then crashed into a taxi, which caught fire at the intersection of the boulevard and Flamingo Road, killing 62-year-old taxi driver Michael Boldon and his passenger, identified by the Clark County coroner’s office as 48-year-old Sandra Sutton-Wasmund from Washington.
According to the coroner’s office, the three deaths have been ruled homicides.