LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) – A grand jury had handed up an indictment against Ammar Harris, the man suspected of a shooting on the Las Vegas Strip that led to the deaths of three people.
The indictment was returned Thursday and made public today in Judge Linda Bell’s courtroom.
Police say Harris opened fire on the Strip at a Maserati driven by Kenny Cherry Jr. on Feb. 21. That set off a chain reaction crash that killed Cherry, cab driver Michael Bolden and his passenger, Sandi Sutton-Wasmund of Maple Valley, Wash., near Seattle.
Harris was captured in suburban Los Angeles a week later and fought extradition back to Nevada. He was returned to Las Vegas on April 16.