On Friday, Las Vegas authorities arrested one of the last living witnesses of the 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur in what is a major breakthrough in the 27-year-old case.
According to The Associated Press, Duane “Keffe D” Davis was taken into custody by Las Vegas PD early Friday morning. A grand jury handed down an indictment against David, charging him with murder.
The police previously raided Davis’ wife’s home on July 17th in the search for items that could connect him to Tupac’s murder.
The authorities reportedly confiscated several computers, .40 caliber bullets, a cellphone, a Vibe magazine that featured Tupac, a copy of Davis’ memoir “Compton Street Legend,” and a plethora of photographs.
Davis has been known to authorities for years and has been the subject of an ongoing investigation to find the culprit who gunned down Shakur at the age of 25.
Davis has said publicly that he was in the passenger seat of the Cadillac that pulled up alongside Tupac’s vehicle and left the famous rapper with four fatal gunshot wounds.