Tupac Shakur’s murder investigation continues, and the raid in Las Vegas Monday night (July 17) ended in a police face-off. According to video footage obtained by TMZ, a home was raided in connection to Tupac’s murder nearly 30 years ago. In the video, the Vegas Metro Police Department went to nearby Henderson, NV. It was around 10 p.m. when police asked for the people inside the home to come out with their hands up.
The house is owned by Paula Clemons, who’s married to a former Crip named Keefe D. Keefe D., whose full name is Keefe Davis, claimed that his nephew, Orlando Anderson, was the one who pulled the trigger that ultimately killed Tupac on the Vegas Strip in 1996. Keefe D. said that he was in the car with him at the time of the murder. Marion “Suge” Knight, head of Death Row Records, was in the car with Tupac the night he was killed. They were leaving a boxing match at the MGM Grand in a black BMW.
A woman and a man appear to leave the home in the video. An officer requested that the woman drop her cigarettes. It’s unclear who these people were as they have not been identified, nor has it been reported that they were detained or arrested.
Police were at the home for two hours conducting a search. According to ABC News, police seized electronics such as computers and hard drives. They also took magazine articles and photos from the 1990s of individuals who could be connected to the care directory or indirectly. They also seized copies of Davis’ 2019 book Compton Street Legend, in which he discusses 2Pac’s murder.
No arrests have ever been made in connection to the rapper’s death. Las Vegas police have said that witnesses refused to cooperate with law enforcement which led to the case never being solved. Nevada does not have a statute of limitations for prosecuting homicide cases.