Las Vegas cops make arrest in connection to rapper Tupac Shakur murder in 1996


An arrest has been made in Las Vegas in connection to murder of rapper Tupac Shakur in 1996, as reported by CNN.

As per the sources, who is aware of the investigation, the man arrested on Friday morning is Duane Keith Davis, aka “Keffe D,” whose wife’s home in Henderson was search during the on going investigation in the shooting.

Las Vegas Metro Police Department are planning onto holding a press conference later today, as per the sources.


Rapper Tupac was shot and killed while he was leaving a boxing match on the Las Vegas strip. His untimely death at the age of 25, has been the subject of conspiracy theories and a decades-long investigation.

Davis has long place himself at the scene of the crime, saying that he was seated in the front seat of the white Cadillac which stood next to Tupac’s vehicle and shots were fired from the backseat. The musician was shot 4 times and died six days later.

While searching the house of Davis’ wife in July, the cops seized a copy of the memoir Davis authored detailing street gang life and the murder of Shakur. In the memoir, Davis mentioned that he is among the only two witnesses of Tupac’s murder, the other being former CEO of Death Row Records, Marion Suge, who is currently imprisoned for manslaughter in an another case.