More is being said about Tuesday’s search of a Nevada home linked to the late death of Tupac Shakur. Like The Shade Room Earlier, Las Vegas Metro Police confirmed that a search warrant was served at an undisclosed residence in Henderson.
Related: UPDATE: Police Confirm Search of Las Vegas Home in Connection with Unsolved Tupac Shakur Murder Case
New Details About Las Vegas Home & Its Connection to 2Pac’s Alleged Killer
According to TMZThe house being searched Tuesday is said to belong to the wife of a man who was allegedly in a car with the man suspected of killing Tupac when the rapper was shot.
In addition, the store allegedly “verified” the address of the home that was searched. TMZ adds that it belongs to a woman named Paula Clemons, who is said to be married to Duane “Keefe D.” Davis.
Duane Davis aka Keefe D, also a Southside Crip, was Orlando Anderson’s uncle. According to his confession that he gave as part of a plea deal on drug charges (withholding), Keefe was in the car when Orlando shot Pac’s BMW. He later came out in public in 2018 after being diagnosed with cancer. pic.twitter.com/LorhxBnCPu
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The story says Davis has been rumored to be Orlando Anderson’s uncle.
Like 8 News Now reports, Anderson and Davis took part in a workout with Tupac Shakur hours before the shooting on September 7, 1996. In addition, the fight was caught on surveillance cameras at the MGM Grand Plaza.
Shakur was hospitalized after the shooting. However, he died on September 13, 1996. According to VIBEAnderson died two years after his involvement in the shooting.
Tupac was killed by Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson, a southern crip Tupac and co. punched in the MGM lobby after the Mike Tyson fight. He was in a car driven by his uncle and fellow southerner “Keefe D”. Orlando was killed less than 2 years later in an unrelated shooting. pic.twitter.com/k3WjzPxpwa
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Search Details & Facts About Tupac’s Family
According to TMZ, the search warrant that was issued shows “significance” before Tupac’s murder for a long time. The agency says that in order to obtain a search warrant, police convinced a judge that there was evidence at the home related to the rapper’s murder.
8 News Now reports that the Henderson, Nevada home was searched for “personal documents, photos and other documents” related to the rapper’s death. However, everything seized by the police during the search has not been made public so far.
According to TMZthe rapper’s brother feels that the search is “too late in the game.”
In addition, the representative of the rapper’s sister, Set, also agrees with the same opinion.
“We are learning about the matter as you are and we have nothing to say.”
Additionally, no arrests have been made in the investigation as of Wednesday.