LAS VEGAS -- LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Colleagues of a taxi driver killed in a shooting and fiery crash on the Las Vegas Strip are posting a $35,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of an ex-convict police say is responsible for three deaths.
Brent Bell of the Whittlesea Bell cab company says fellow taxi drivers hope the money helps police find 26-year-old Ammar Harris.
Police allege that Harris is the shooter who caused the deaths of Las Vegas cabbie Michael Boldon and his passenger, Sandra Sutton-Wasmund of Washington state.
Aspiring rap musician Kenny Cherry also died after being hit by gunfire.
The Maserati he was driving accelerated and slammed into Boldon's taxi early Thursday morning.
Police say Harris was behind the wheel of an SUV that sped away from the fireball and the resulting six-vehicle crash.
Anyone who believes they are eligible for the mentioned reward must meet the eligibility requirements of the Reward Trust. For more information on this trust, contact call (702) 433-4455.