NEW Police Video As Keefe D’s Home Is Raided In Las Vegas

New video released by LVPD containing 13-hours of footage when a SWAT team raided the home of Duane Davis aka Keefe D.

Weeks after news broke that a home in Las Vegas had been raided in connection to the murder of Tupac Shakur, a new video has been released with further details. ABC News obtained exclusive video and showed seconds of the footage in which Keefe D and a woman are seen walking down the driveway.

“We have a search warrant for the residence. You need to come out with your hands up and your hands empty,” said Police, ordering Davis out of the home at around 10 p.m. that evening as SWAT time quickly moved in. “Walk backwards to the sound of my voice.”

Police seized phones, laptops, tablets, photographs and other items they believe could tie Keefe D to the murder of Tupac Shakur. As reported by ABC News, ammunition was also retrieved and tested. Later testing showing the bullets did not match the shell casing from the 1996 crime scene.

Keefe D’s 2019 autobiography Compton Street Legend, which includes details of Tupac’s murder while waiting for a red light near the Vegas strip. Keefe D has not shied away from detailing the infamous night in Vegas, as he had previously appeared on VLAD TV and Death Row chronicles.

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Although it is strongly believed Keefe D’s nephew, Orlando Anderson who is deceased, pulled the trigger that night on September 7th. The investigation is reportedly looking into something like an accomplice.

As of this writing no charges have been charged. The case is currently in the hands of a grand jury who will decide the fate of the case.

What did Las Vegas Police take from Keefe D’s home?

  • Electronics
  • Phones
  • 4 Laptops
  • 4 Tablets
  • 2 Black tubs with photographs
  • Copy of Keefe D’s autobiography


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