LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- Suspected Strip shooter Ammar Harris is due back in court this morning.
Harris is being arraigned on multiple charges for two separate cases today -- the Strip shooting and crash in February and a sexual assault case from 2010.
A grand jury indicted Harris on nearly a dozen charges related to the shooting on the Strip -- including one count of murder for each person killed.
The shooting and subsequent crash killed cab drive Michael Bolden, his passenger Sandra Sutton-Wasmond and Maserati driver Kenny Cherry Jr.
That same grand jury also indicted Harris on three charges of sexual assault from an incident that happened three years ago.
Authorities eventually dropped the charges because the victim could not be located, but after the shooting in February, authorities tracked that woman down and she testified against Harris in front the grand jury.
Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson announced last week that he will be seeking the death penalty in the strip shooting case.
There are 21 exhibits from the grand jury proceedings, including witness accounts and photos of the crash scene.
Wolfson was asked about the possibility of a plea deal for Harris.
“It takes two to make a deal, and we would have to agree to something, and we have not been approached about a plea deal,” Wolfson said. “If Mr. Harris approached us, we would say three counts of first-degree murder. That would be our starting point.”