There was a deadly Las Vegas strip shooting this morning that has left three people dead and four people injured and the suspects are still at large.
At approximately 4:20 am this morning, there was some type of argument in the valet area of the Aria Hotel and the argument continued as both parties drove away.
One group was in a brand new Black Range Rover SUV and two other individuals were in a Maserati.
As the cars were heading north, after exiting the Aria valet area, approaching the intersection of Las Vegas Blvd and Flamingo Road, someone in the Black Range Rover shot at the occupants in the Maserati.
The driver of the Maserati, a Las Vegas aspiring rapper Kenneth Cherry Jr, better known as Kenny Clutch, lost control of the car after being shot, careened through a red light and collided with a taxi, which burst into flames. He was 27 years old.
Kenny Clutch, who is originally from Oakland, California, is a reportedly well-known alleged pimp who was very proud of his silver Maserati and can be seen on Clutch’s facebook page and his twitter page posing with the car that costs in upwards of $100,000.
Kenny Clutch, the taxi driver, who has been tentatively identified as Michael Bolden, and a passenger in the cab all died in the deadly Las Vegas Strip shooting. That accident caused a chain reaction accident involving numerous cars and leaving 4 other people injured, including the occupant of Clutch’s car.
The Black Range Rover sped off and the occupants, who are believed to be at least three male back individuals, are considered armed and dangerous.
The Las Vegas Strip at Flamingo Road, and surrounding areas located both east and west of the strip, have been closed since the accident the morning while police gather evidence and should reopen sometime in the early evening.
Surveillance video from nearby Casinos, as well as taxi cab footage from cabs that were in the area, are being reviewed for any clues as to the occupants of the Range rover, which had dealership temporary paper plates.
There is a multi state manhunt for the Range Rover and Sheriff Doug Gilepsie has urged anyone who has seen the vehicle to contact authorities at once and not approach the vehicle or occupants.
If you have any information regarding the deadly las Vegas Strip shooting, you are urged to contact local authorities at once or contact the LVMPD Homicide Division at (702) 828-3521 or to remain anonymous contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 702-385-5555 or on the internet at www.crimestoppersofnv.com.