3 passengers in SUV in Vegas attack found
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Police say they have talked with all three passengers who were in an SUV with a triple murder suspect when he fired shots that triggered a fatal chain-reaction crash on the Las Vegas Strip.
Las Vegas police Capt. Chris Jones said for the first time Thursday that suspect Ammar Harris was in the vehicle with three women.
Jones says only Harris is a suspect in the pre-dawn shooting on Feb. 21 that led to the deaths of a self-promoted rapper in a Maserati, and two people in a taxi that exploded in flames.
Late Wednesday, police found SUV passenger Tineesha Lashun Howard in another state. Howard's from Miami and also uses the names Yenesis or Yani Alfonzo.